[opensource] Re: Opensource Digest, Vol 4, Issue 4 (OSUOSS Hangout)

JOHN LANGKALS langkals.1 at osu.edu
Sun May 22 12:57:45 EDT 2005


Anyone interested in meeting later this week for a creative chat and grub at Bernie’s Bagels?  How does Thursday 6:00pm sound?  If other days and/or times are better, please suggest!  



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From: opensource-request at cse.ohio-state.edu
Date: Saturday, May 21, 2005 12:00 pm
Subject: Opensource Digest, Vol 4, Issue 4

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>   1.  This is your club :) (Isaac Jones)
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> Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 09:57:19 -0700
> From: Isaac Jones <ijones at syntaxpolice.org>
> Subject: [opensource] This is your club :)
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> Greetings.  Can someone please forward this to appropriate cis.*
> newsgroups?  cis.general perhaps?  I'd also be interested in reaching
> any open-source software developers around.
> For those of you who don't know me, I was the dictator of the
> open-source club a few years ago.  Since then I've graduated and now
> live in Portland, OR.
> The year is almost over, and it would normally be time to pick a new
> open-source club president.  I don't know whether Chris is 
> planning on
> holding elections this year; nothing much has happened in the club.
> The web page has still never restored the lecture archives that we
> started, the club has not held many (any?)  meetings this year.
> We used to hold a meeting, talk, or hackathon almost every week, with
> the officers meeting mid-week to plan a few weeks ahead.  We
> established a lab in Dreese Labs, which we shared with the robot
> class.  We released a Resolve/C++ CD for Linux.  We participated 
> in /
> hosted the first meeting of the Ohio Linux User Groups, InterLUG.
> I hope that someone can take the reins of the club starting now or
> starting next year so that the club doesn't die out altogether.  Free
> and open-source software has gained a lot of momentum in the last few
> years, and sadly the club has lost all of its momentum.
> Think about yourself and your friends, and whether you would like to
> get together to run this club, build it up again from scratch with
> your own ideas of what it should be.  The club still has very useful
> resources, like a mailing list, a login / web / CVS server for
> projects, and an IRC chat room.  Use them to rebuild a fun and useful
> organization.
> peace,
>  isaac
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