Re: SCLUG Fall InstallFest
> I think you mean 11am - 5pm, not 1am.You mean you don't want to install machines for 16 hours ;). Sorry, typo
on my part, the official time is 11am-5pm.
> Erik Hovland wrote:
> > The recently formed USC Linux User Group is holding it's first Fall
> > Semester InstallFest and what is our first InstallFest as a group.
> > It will be a 6 hour event with plenty of on-site help to get linux
> > installed on your box. Those familiar with InstallFests are welcome to
> > come help out.
> > Details:
> > When: 1999-09-09, 1am-5pm.
> > Where: TSC-206, University Park Campus
> > We will have give aways of some CDs, t-shirts, posters and other tacky
> > techno items.
> > If you want to help I would appreciate a heads up so I can have a good
> > idea as to who will be there. Also include any items you plan on bringing
> > (power strips, NICs, etc.).
SC Linux User Group President
- USC LUG.
We need to sort something out. My group, Simi/Conejo Linux User Group
has been around for about two years now calling ourself SCLUG. You guys
came into existence recently and your calling yourself SCLUG. This
normally wouldn't be a problem except for that fact we are both in the
Since this list is for the LA groups I figured it was a good place to
Could you guys possibly use USCLUG?
> Could you guys possibly use USCLUG?How about externally? Internally we would still like to use SCLUG. There
are about 4 LUGs currently using the acronym SCLUG, so we were hoping that
it wouldn't be a problem, but we are agreeable to some sort of compromise.
USC Linux User Group President
> How about externally? Internally we would still like to use SCLUG. ThereIt's not a big deal to me. I'm more worried about people who get
> are about 4 LUGs currently using the acronym SCLUG, so we were hoping that
> it wouldn't be a problem, but we are agreeable to some sort of compromise.
confused when there is two groups in LA area with the same name. This is
why I suggested the name.