[CDBUG-talk] Time

James L. Lauser james at jlauser.net
Sat Sep 29 21:11:28 EDT 2007

So does "last Sunday of the month" mean tomorrow?

-- James L. Lauser
   james at jlauser.net

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-----Original Message-----
From: Patrick Muldoon <doon at inoc.net>
Sent: Saturday, September 29, 2007 20:15
To: CDBUG <cdbug-talk at lists.nycbug.org>
Subject: Re: [CDBUG-talk] Time

On Sep 27, 2007, at 9:58 PM, Jonathan Franks wrote:

> Well we're coming to the end of another month. We haven't met in  
> some time and I suppose that I am responsible for this.

I don't think you should shoulder all (nor any) of the blame...

> No excuses.

Come on, we are in technology,  we always have excuses :)

> The meeting topic (there's something that has been lacking... )  
> should be, in my opinion, what we want to see happen with the group  
> and how we are going to get there. Technical? No. Practical? I  
> think so.

Works for me.   I look it as a chance to meet like minded individuals.

> You guys set the date. Let's try to make it work for everyone.  
> There are a lot of people on the list, and if we are going to pull  
> this thing together it would seem that the more participation we  
> have the more likely we are to succeed. If the last Sunday plan  
> works, fine, but if it doesn't, then that's fine too. What I want  
> to see are responses on list. Let's work this out together and  
> let's work it out so that we get maximum attendance, and keep going  
> from there.

> Personally, I feel honored and excited to have met each and every  
> one of you. I'd be saddened to lose contact with you, and see the  
> group fade away. Things change, but I still believe in BSD, and I  
> still believe that this group is a success waiting to happen.
> Are you with me?

I am with ya.  I'll let the rest of the group decide when we should  
meet. I am busy all the time (2 month old + working on a startup in  
addition to your regular job will do that to you), but will always  
try and make time to get together.  So if as many or as few of us  
want to meet, just let me know.  We can always use our conference  
room @ 80 state.  Or we can go to panera or someplace else again. I  
am pretty flexible.


Patrick Muldoon
Network/Software Engineer
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