[norcal-hug] Re: Time to plan our next meeting?

  • From: "scott mc" <scottmc2@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: norcal-hug@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2008 22:21:37 -0800

correct site is norcal-hug.org
I'm in Rohnert Park, so not too far from Santa Rosa when you're up this
way.  Have you ever been to any of the NBLug meetings?  I go to about 2-3 a
year, when I'm not busy with other things.  Did you take any classes at
SRJC?  I've taken quite a few computer and math classes there the last few
I switched over to using Ubunutu on my home laptop a few months ago and am
happy with it for the most part.  I have an older laptop so luckily Haiku
runs on it just fine.  I need to check newer builds on my newer laptop to
see if it boots on that one yet.  I last checked it a few weeks ago and it
was still a no go, although it works in a vm on there.  I'm guessing it's
the IDE driver.

On Jan 30, 2008 2:13 PM, William Tracy <afishionado@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> On Jan 30, 2008 10:06 AM, Jorge G. Mare (a.k.a. Koki) <koki@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
> > William, please, stay delurked. :) As you can see, we are a small group,
> > and we need more people to contribute in order to make the HUG more
> > lively. :)
> I've played with Haiku under a VM, but right now I'm pretty much sold
> on Linux for all my day-to-day tasks (you can pry Bash away from my
> cold, dead fingers). However, I'm enthusiastic about anything that
> increases the diversity in Open Source operating systems. Lots of
> people I know aren't ready for Linux, and probably never will be. I'm
> looking forward to the day when either Haiku or ReactOS is complete
> enough that I can recommend them.
> Somebody remind me to poke around in the Haiku kernel after I finish
> the operating systems class at school...
> > PS: William, may I suggest that you register to nocal-hug.org? That
> > would give us a better idea of where you are located. :)
> Hmm, that site seems to be down right now. Anyway, I am from the
> greater North Bay (Santa Rosa, to be exact) and am going to school in
> central California (Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo). So where I am depends
> on whether school is in session or not. :-)
> --
> William Tracy
> afishionado@xxxxxxxxx -- wtracy@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Assembly language experience is [important] for the maturity and
> understanding of how computers work that it provides.
>                -- D. Gries

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