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Re: Linux for Small Business SIG?

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  • Ismet Kursunoglu
    Ok chat about this and other issues starting at 8 pm this evening? over at irc.dal.net #lilax
    Message 1 of 7 , Sep 26, 1999
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      Ok chat about this and other issues starting at 8 pm this evening?

      over at irc.dal.net #lilax

      Charlie Blanchard wrote:
      >
      > From: Charlie Blanchard <charlie@...>
      >
      > Whew! Dan, you moved fast on this one! I was planning to call Chris first thing
      > Monday morning in a bid for StudioMediaServices to discuss this project...
      >
      > Oh well, we can discuss another time the grey area of our Lugs competing with
      > members for projects, count me in on this one. <g>
      >
      > Before we go too far on this, I would suggest we have a clear understanding of
      > why Chris is using FrontPage at all. And how best to meet his needs for what may
      > be a rather large web management project. Is it possible that the web pages he
      > will be creating can be built to advantage "on the fly" from a database using
      > templates? This will give the advantage of not having to create a new page for
      > each new client he represents - simply adding records to database files to add
      > pages can easily be set up using Minivend or some other application.
      >
      > Of course this all depends on what is actually going to be done, and the only
      > way to know that for sure is through a "needs assesment meeting." I used to use
      > FrontPage for web site design and am very happy to no longer be stuck with it...
      >
      > --charlie
      >
      > On Sun, 26 Sep 1999, Dan Kegel wrote:
      > > From: Dan Kegel <dank@...>
      > >
      > > jal@... wrote:
      > > > Great idea Dan! It sounded like a good gig, I just didn't feel
      > > > I knew Samba or IPMASQ well enough to do it. This would give
      > > > me an opportunity to learn that stuff, and for the LUGs to
      > > > provide good service to the community.
      > >
      > > John Wenger <JohnWenger@...> wrote:
      > > > This is a great idea.
      > >
      > > Frank Keeney wrote:
      > > > I'd be happy to assist with this. I have over a dozen small businesses in
      > > > So Cal connected to the Internet in this manner. IP_MASQ for internal
      > > > Internet Access (plus ipfwadm and ipchains), Squid for caching,
      > > > Sendmail/POP/IMAP for Windows mail clients, Apache and SAMBA. I have one
      > > > Linux server with almost 1200 domains in it's name server.
      > >
      > > Cool! I've started a mailing list for the SIG; it's
      > > lalugs-smallbiz@onelist.com. To subscribe, send a message to
      > > lalugs-smallbiz-subscribe@onelist.com
      > >
      > > I've put up a web page
      > > http://www.kegel.com/linux/fpext.html
      > > with some info about the Front Page extensions for those
      > > curious about how one gets started with them.
      > > I just downloaded them for the first time this afternoon,
      > > so caveat lector. (Not sure I really want to use them, but...)
      > > - Dan
      > >
      > > --
      > > (The above is my opinion alone, and not that of my employer)
      > >
      > > > Los Angeles Linux User Groups
      > > http://www.lalugs.org
      > --
      > ========================================
      > Charlie Blanchard
      > direct: 626-447-3092
      >
      > Studio Media Services
      > 951 North Ontario St. Burbank, CA 91505
      > 818-840-8294
      > ========================================
      >
      > > Los Angeles Linux User Groups
      > http://www.lalugs.org
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