[clug] August Canberra Linux Users Group meeting

Matthew Dormer mattd at aie.edu.au
Mon Aug 25 16:34:59 MDT 2014

Hi all,

For the 8th month in a row, I wont be able to make it to the CLUG 
meeting.  And Ill miss this one badly as Im in the US and wont be back 
till the 31st.

However I would love to show off my NAS and Laptop that I run Linux on.

Also I have a Job coming up that Id like to give people heads up on.

I work at the Academy of Interactive Entertainment.  I am in need of a 
Windows / Linux Admin.  The Primary role will be supporting our students 
and staff, but as a secondary Network Administrator to look after the 
systems whilst I am traveling.

If anyone wants some more information, Please e-mail me and I will get 
it to you.

Ill endeavor to make the September meeting.


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On 26/08/14 08:00, Paul Wayper wrote:
> 	Canberra Linux Users Group Meeting - 28th August 2014
> 	=====================================================
> Date:		28th August 2014 (Fourth Thursday of the month)
> Time:		19:00 - 21:00 (or when it finishes)
> Speaker:	Paul Wayper
> Abstract:	
> 		It's demo time!
> 		At the July meeting George suggested he could bring the
> 		server he's been working on to the meeting. Other people
> 		suggested they'd like to show their machines off too,
> 		and others still wanted to see what people were using
> 		and how they had their systems set up.
> 		So bring in your Linux system - small or large, modest
> 		or outrageous, homely or high powered - and give us a
> 		short (five minute) talk-through of your system: what
> 		you use it for, what you've got installed and any things
> 		you've done to customise it to your tastes.
> Venue:		Room N101
> 		Computer Science and Information Technology Building
> 		North Road
> 		The Australian National University
> 		See http://clug.org.au/ for more directions and a map
> Food/drink:	Pizza and soft drink/juice. Come hungry, and bring
> 		about $6 to cover the cost of your share if you
> 		want some.
> If you would like to give a talk at a future meeting, please email me.

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