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This so-called "agenda" was created by shamelessly plagiarizing MadDog's "food for thought" message to gnhlug-org (dated 5 Feb 2004, Message-Id: <20040205211757.C538F428D4@shamet.li.org>).

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See also: MeetingMinutes05Feb2004

This so-called "agenda" was created by shamelessly plagiarizing MadDog's "food for thought" message to gnhlug-org (dated 5 Feb 2004, Message-Id: <20040205211757.C538F428D4@shamet.li.org>).

  • most people come to GNHLUG meetings for
    • comradery
    • community
    • knowledge-sharing with peers
    • interesting presentations
    • meeting other "local geeks"
  • several people did not like meetings that talked about organization or "promoting Linux" or "politics" or "philosophy"
  • we have a range of talent and knowledge from beginner to "It is hard to tell me anything new"
  • no one has heaps of time
  • no one likes traveling a lot
  • some people might like weekend "big meetings", so they can have the time to travel to them and back
  • People liked the "fix and break" idea. I would prefer to have more of "how to set up and tune", but that is just me.
  • Linux is more than just the kernel...it is perl, python, Apache, embedded Linux
  • FUN is definitely part of the package
  • Some people are willing to volunteer, but it has to be in manageable chunks of time, and a directed function.
  • We have often talked about doing things like video taping talks and putting them up on the net, but somehow it never gets done.
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