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club involvement week 
Matthew J. Probst  Fri, 08 Sep 2000 09:21:05 -0700 

Are we doing anything (like having a booth) for BYU's club involvement
week next week?

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-matt 

Re: club involvement week 
Ammon Sutherland 
Mon, 11 Sep 2000 12:09:01 -0700 

So are we having a booth or not?  I didn't see anything this afternoon
when I went out, but I hope we've got something planned for sometime
this week at least.  Just curious who is actually setting that up, and
if they need help or anything like that.  Do we have concrete plans yet
for any of that?

Ammon

Re: club involvement week 
Theron William Stanford 
Mon, 11 Sep 2000 12:19:05 -0700 

> So are we having a booth or not?  I didn't see anything this
> afternoon when I went out, but I hope we've got something planned
> for sometime this week at least.  Just curious who is actually
> setting that up, and if they need help or anything like that.  Do
> we have concrete plans yet for any of that?

Don't we have elected officials?  I remember voting for some last semester.

Theron

Re: club involvement week 
Matthew J. Probst  
Mon, 11 Sep 2000 12:45:53 -0700 

On Mon, 11 Sep 2000, Theron William Stanford wrote:

> > So are we having a booth or not?  I didn't see anything this
> > afternoon when I went out, but I hope we've got something planned
> > for sometime this week at least.  Just curious who is actually
> > setting that up, and if they need help or anything like that.  Do
> > we have concrete plans yet for any of that?
> 
> Don't we have elected officials?  I remember voting for some last semester.

The new club officers for 2000-2001 are the following:

President:      Levi Pearson
Vice President: Ammon Skidmore
Secretary:      Ammon Sutherland
Treasurer:      Josh Johnson
Sysadmin:       Moroni Morales
Webmaster:      Ryan Byrd


They should have renewed out club membership with BYUSA, obtained
materials from BYUSA and should be coordinating the booth staffing.

-matt

Re: club involvement week 
Levi Pearson 
Mon, 11 Sep 2000 15:33:06 -0700 

On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 01:23:18PM -0600, Theron William Stanford wrote:
> > So are we having a booth or not?  I didn't see anything this
> > afternoon when I went out, but I hope we've got something planned
> > for sometime this week at least.  Just curious who is actually
> > setting that up, and if they need help or anything like that.  Do
> > we have concrete plans yet for any of that?
> 
> Don't we have elected officials?  I remember voting for some last semester.
> 
> Theron
> 

Yup, that we do.  I'd like to apologize for the slow pace of things,
I'm still in the process of figuring out everything I need to get
done.  I don't think it's going to be possible at this point to
get a booth, but I'm going to look into other ways to get the word
out about the club.  Hopefully we'll be able to throw the opening
social at the end of September or early in October, I'll try to
get a date nailed down for that in the next week or so, along with
regular meeting times.

I'd also like to hear any suggestions or ideas that people have
for the opening social or for club meetings, as well as ideas for
service projects that we could perform for the University/student
body.  Thanks for your patience as I get oriented, and I welcome
any feedback you'd like to give.

                --Levi Pearson, UUG President

Meeting Times! 
levi 
Thu, 21 Sep 2000 23:16:20 -0700 

UUG Members!

I've finally got through the paperwork and administrative stuff and
now we have officially scheduled meeting times.  They're the second and
fourth Wednesdays of October and November, with the first on October 11.
The room is ESC C285, from 6 to 8pm.  We'll have an ethernet port and
I believe there's a projection screen for presentations.

As for the topic of the first meeting--from the thread on that topic,
I thought that it would be appropriate to have a couple of presentations.
First on Linux on the desktop, perhaps a demostration of KDE and Gnome and
the applications they've got so far.  Second would be Linux as a server,
showing off something like apache/mysql/php doing something slick.
I know some of you have expressed willingness to do presentations on
these topics, if you're still up for it please email me and we'll get
the details worked out.  I'd like to follow-up with a free install CD
giveaway and perhaps some free food, though I'm not yet sure how the
financial aspect of that would work.

I'm open for comments on these ideas and your thoughts on advertising
and such.  This is our club, and if we pull together we'll all have a lot
of fun and get a greater presence for Unix and free software on campus.
Thanks for all your suggestions so far, I look forward to seeing them
come to fruition throughout the year!


                --Levi Pearson
                  UUG President

UUG Flyer 
Ross Werner 
Fri, 06 Oct 2000 17:11:20 -0700 

I tried to email this to you, Levi, but it came back undeliverable. I'm
deciding to just go ahead and post it to the list.

This is the flyer for next Wednesday in PDF format (xpdf is our friend).
If you need it in some other format for some particular reason, let me
know.

Print it out, spread it around campus--things like that. You know the
drill. E-mail me with suggestions, if I totally messed something up, or if
you just plain hate the design.

Ross Werner


uug flyer.pdf

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