Christopher Smith wrote:
> --On Friday, April 27, 2001 22:44:13 -0700 John Wenger
> <johnwenger@...> wrote:
> > Christopher Smith wrote:
> >> I thinking I posted to 1 or both of these lists. I just want to see how
> >> many parties out there are interested in getting Alpha Centauri and/or
> >> Tribes2 for Linux. There is a substancial discount for them if we can get
> >> 10+ people to order through a LUG (not to mention that both games are
> >> more fun when you can play against someone else ;-).
> > I suggested elsewhere that the LALUGS.Org metaorganization be used to
> > aggregate across the various lugs in the area. Should be a lot easier
> > to attain the magic number ten. UCLA, USC and SCLUG all have gamers
> > wondering if they can make the quota.
> I tried finding the LALUGS.Org mailing list, and I can't seem to find
> anything beyond LULA listed there. Is there a central point of contact?
I really haven't used it since we did the Eric Raymond talks, but I
think you just post there as in any list. Dan Kegel is the canonical
contact since he set it up. I tried adding a cc to the old address at
onelist.com. Let's see if that still works.
I found this:
People interested in coordinating efforts between the various Los
Angeles LUGs are invited to join the lalugs mailing list.
The orginal contains a clickable URL for joining.