[NCLUG] ANN: NCLUG Hacking Society, February 06, 2007

James DeWitt jdewitt at verinet.com
Sun Feb 4 18:08:17 MST 2007

Hi Heidi,

Welcome to the NCLUG. All you need to do to join is to sign up for
the mailing list, which you have done.  Please join us at College
America at Harmony Road and Mason Street in Fort Collins on the
second Tuesday of each month at 6pm for our regular meetings.

For more information or maps, please go to www.nclug.org.

Other Tuesdays, please join us for Hacking Society at various 
eating places at 7pm and then the Bean Cycle  at 8pm in downtown
Fort Collins. It's best to bring a laptop, but all you really need is
something to read or work on.

Let me know if there is anything else I can help with.

James DeWitt,
NCLUG president/janitor  :)

On Sunday 04 February 2007 3:18 pm, heidi hudson wrote:
> It sounds like the 'Hacking Society' might be a little too advanced for my
> beginning computer skills. I am interested in getting some information
> about  joining the 'nclug' group, but I can't contact them at all.  My
> emails keep coming back, and there is no phone number-would you have any
> info on how I can go about contacting them?  Thanks, Heidi
> Sean Reifschneider <jafo at tummy.com> wrote:
>   Dinner: The Crown Pub, 1 block south, 7pm.
> Meeting: Bean Cycle Coffee Shop, 144 N College Ave, 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 Bean Cycle at 8pm for the main event.
> We will be meeting for dinner at 7pm at The Crown Pub, 1 block south of
> the Bean Cycle.
> 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
> meetings).
> More information on Hacking Society, including some ideas for projects to
> work on there, can be found at:
> http://www.hackingsociety.org/
> Sean

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