[aclug-L] Re: [announce] Aclug Meeting 01/22/02
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We debated until the last minute about the meeting because we didn't
have a topic, hadn't told people either way, and were waiting to discuss
the future of aclug until we had a meeting with more advanced warning
(and more survey results where in).
We didn't realise about the ball game until we showed up (as we don't
even think about things like that normally). If we had we probably would
have postponed it.
We moved to tuesdays because there is a class in the room we use now
mondays, and we didn't have a way to reliably get another room on a
Once we figure out the future of aclug, we can see on how, when, and
where we meet.
As it was we had a pretty big turn out, possibly because people thought
we'd talk about the future (we didn't really).
On Wed, 2002-01-23 at 14:25, James O. Harms wrote:
> Dale W Hodge wrote:
> > Tonight's meeting will be just a Linux Q&A session, due to the lateness of
> > the announcement and our lack of a topic.
> I received the blurb about future plans for ACLUG, and thought perhaps this
> might be the topic of some discussion last nite. So I came down. After
> driving around for 20 minutes or so, and not finding a place to even park a
> bicycle within a half mile of Jabara Hall, I finally said "tell widdit" and
> went back to Newton.
> I assume there was a ball game last night, and that this was responsible for
> the even-worse-than-usual parking situation. Which raises some questions.
> --How many ACLUG meetings share dates with athletic events?
> --If ball games are on Tuesday, is it possible to go back to our previous
> schedule and have the meetings on Monday?
> --What are the scheduling constraints this semester? The meetings were moved
> to Tuesday because of scheduling problems, but (speaking only for myself)
> Monday meetings definitely work better for me.
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