NCLUG Hacking Society, May 27, 2003
Curtis Bryan Albrecht
cbalbrecht at hotmail.com
Mon May 26 21:57:18 MDT 2003
I am a Linux novice and am looking for a group that might be able to provide a "small" amount of mentoring until I get up to speed. Would this be the group to best meet that goal?
Curtis Bryan Albrecht - CCNA, MCSE, MCP + I, CNE, A+
cbalbrecht at email.uophx.edu
cbalbrecht at netscape.net
(970) 222-1976 Cell
----- Original Message -----
From: Sean Reifschneider
To: nclug-announce at nclug.org
Sent: Monday, May 26, 2003 7:12 PM
Subject: ANN: NCLUG Hacking Society, May 27, 2003
NOTE: The meeting is no longer at Exasource/JYMIS by down-town.
Read below for more information.
Dinner: Hunan Garden, 7pm
Meeting: tummy.com space at Re/Max, 4703 Boardwalk (by Sam's), 8pm
This Tuesday from 8pm to 11pm we will be having another installment of the
Hacking Society. At 7pm we'll be gathering at a restaurant for dinner,
then heading over to the normal place at 8pm for the main event.
We will be meeting at 7pm at Hunan Garden, the Chinese place just east of
the Re/Max building. It's at the South East corner of the intersection of
Harmony and Boardwalk.
The goal of the Hacking Society is to foster geek community-building
through the shared experience of hacking. Of course, by "hacking",
I mean the more historic meaning of working on interesting projects
(Jargon File "hack" entry, sense 6). Not the "script kiddies trying to
compromise boxes" meaning which has become what most people think of in
relation to the term.
It's meant to be a sacred place full of positive hacking energy, if you
will. Hacking by osmosis...
Hacking Society is primarily meant for you to come and work on your own
projects, as opposed to soliciting others to solve your problems (which is
usually more what goes on at an Install Fest or at the main NCLUG
More information on Hacking Society, including some ideas for projects to
work on there, can be found at:
What no spouse of a programmer can ever understand is that a programmer is
working when he's staring out the window.
Sean Reifschneider, Inimitably Superfluous <jafo at tummy.com>
tummy.com - Linux Consulting since 1995. Qmail, KRUD, Firewalls, Python
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