[TriLUG] Triangle Open Source Lab meets Thursday, 25 Oct. 2007 at 7:30 PM at Marbles Kids Museum

Warren Myers volcimaster at gmail.com
Fri Oct 19 16:15:46 EDT 2007

Hey - presuming I don't trapped by another crazy customer call right before
I leave, I'll definitely be there this month: I get off work at 1900, so
starting at 1930 is about perfect :D


On 10/19/07, Jim Ray <jim at neuse.net> wrote:
> Dear Fellow Linux Users,
> Our October 25, 2007 meeting for the Triangle Open Source Lab will be at
> *7:30 PM* instead of the normal time due to a prior meeting. Please join us
> at the Marbles Kids Museum (formerly Exploris):
> http://www.marbleskidsmuseum.org
> ***
> In general, we decide on topics based on group consensus of the folks that
> attend.  Let me know if you want to get involved.  An existing poll for
> potential topics is on our web site:
> http://www.triangleopensource.org/index.php?option=com_poll&task=results&id=15
> Create an account from the front page of the web site to post your view
> (all folks are configured as Joomla authors by default):
> http://www.triangleopensource.org
> Please sign up for the Triangle Open Source Lab discussion list in
> addition to the blog:
> http://lists.triangleopensource.org/listinfo.cgi/discussion-triangleopensource.org
> Triangle Open Source Lab http://www.triangleopensource.org normally meets
> on 4th Thursday evenings from 7 PM to 9 PM at Marbles Kids Museum in the
> room adjacent to the IMAX theater.  Meetings are open to the general public
> and are free yet require registration by calling Jim at 838-1672 or sending
> email to jim at neuse.net so we can plan accordingly.  Many thanks to Tim
> Hazlehurst at Marbles Kids Museum for hosting our meeting.
> Regards,
> Jim
> Jim Ray, President
> Neuse River Networks
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> the Triangle region, which we continue to do today.
> PS Here's the info on Marbles Kids Museum:
> Marbles Kids Museum
> 201 E Hargett St
> Raleigh NC 27601
> Web Site: http://www.marbleskidsmuseum.org
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