[triangle-zpug] Reschedule next Tuesday's meeting?

Hunter Matthews triangle-zpug@starship.python.net
07 Dec 2002 19:19:28 -0500

I'm sleeping in my office by night and running a chainsaw by day. The
chances of me having power at my house before the meeting are about

The chances of me having a talk without power at my house are

The following tuesday would clash with a LUG meeting, but it we must we

On Thu, 2002-12-05 at 14:54, Tom Bryan wrote:
> Hi, everyone.  I had planned to send out an announcement today for our 
> December meeting, currently scheduled for next Tuesday, December 10.  After 
> today's storm, I wondered whether everyone will be up for a meeting already 
> next week.  We had planned to have Hunter give a talk on his project, 
> Current.  Here's an abstract for the talk.
> """
> Current - Exploring a real world program
> Current is a open-source reverse engineered up2date server. It is
> implemented entirely in python, and uses several different kinds of
> technology to work. Data storage, network service, logging/debugging,
> cryptography, security and future growth are all areas covered in most
> programming books, but rarely do they give you an idea of what real
> users in real situations will hand you. This talk will attempt to do
> that.
> """
> See also http://www.biology.duke.edu/computer/unix/current/
> I was without power and phone for over 12 hours today, and I'm not sure that 
> I'll have power tomorrow.  I suspect that we may have other members who were 
> harder hit by the storm.
> Who would be ready and able to come to our meeting next Tuesday?  If not next 
> Tuesday, would the following week (Tuesday, Dec. 17) be better?  
> ---Tom
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