[linux-muc] Re: I am new here

  • From: Wolfgang Stief <stief@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: linux-muc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 4 Apr 2004 16:39:09 +0200 (CEST)

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On 2004-04-04 11:14 +0200, Joachim Bauernberger wrote:
> On Sunday 04 April 2004 10:21,  Christiane Schröder  wrote:

> > I just moved to Gilching and subscribed to this mailing-list a few
> > weeks ago. I have used Linux since 1997 and was a member of the
> > Greifswald Linux User Group from 1999.
> >
> > I would be interested in your activities. Are there any regular
> > meetings?
> Not yet.

Well then... Let me do some advertising.

> I asked if there was any interest in a regular meeting some months back.
> [...]
> Judging from the domains the subscriptions are coming from, I'd make a
> wild guess and say that most of them deal with linux in their jobs.

This probably means: There are many administrators, not only 100% pure
users. For admins (ANY admins[*], yes, we're open :-)  there is the
local chapter of sage@guug (SAGE = System Administrators Guilde). We
usually meet once a month, every second monday (except in April, since
the second monday is Easter Monday, so the meeting is delayed for one
week). Being a member of GUUG isn't necessary. Being interested and open
minded is enough :)

We also try to have at least one talk with discussion every month. Find
more about our local group (in German) here:

And yes, the announcement on visiting Cray-Cyber is heavily outdated.
That's not my fault, sorry.

[*] It's an admin meeting, so every admin is welcome. Be it Linux, some
other Unix, Novell, Windows, Oracle, Informix, Storage Systems etc, as
long as it's IT related. Most of the people are Unix/Linux admins,


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