[CDBUG-talk] Once is great... but we can do better!
emile at guntari.com
Wed Sep 24 16:10:27 EDT 2014
I want to attend a monthly meeting, its a great idea. For me
Tuesday-Thursday is optimal since those are the days i will be in Troy.
I vote for patch tuesday (second tuesday of the month ) as the meeting day.
Makes it memorable no?
On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 8:48 PM, Brian Callahan <bcallah at devio.us> wrote:
> Hey team --
> It was great meeting everyone who came out last week to the CDBUG meetup.
> But I know we can do better! :)
> I'm as committed to making CDBUG a vibrant, healthy, and engaging
> community as you all as a community are willing to let me. I can't and
> won't promise the moon, but there's no reason we can't work to emulate
> NYC*BUG's model, which I've found to be really successful.
> I think the first easy thing to do is settle on a regular time. Let's say
> once a month: if I could entice you to give up one day/evening a month to
> do something *BSD related (or occasionally just be social - we're humans
> after all, it's healthy for us) what would work best?
> I'm happy to make this thing worthwhile for all of us (though I'm happy to
> get volunteers to help me out!) so let's make it happen!
> Also, for those of you close to RPI: I'm giving a talk all about OpenBSD
> on October 24 for RPISEC, the RPI computer security club. I'll be doing a
> big history of BSD and how the different projects relate to one another,
> then going in depth with the security history of OpenBSD. Think of this as
> 2 hours for me talking and wowing the next generation of OpenBSD (and *BSD
> in general) developers. The talk will be from 5-7, not sure where yet but
> I'll keep everyone updated. I know it bumps right up against the Friday
> work day but I'd be thrilled to see some CDBUG people there!
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