[nycbug-talk] beyond monthly meetings

Isaac Levy isaac at diversaform.com
Tue Jan 5 18:15:41 EST 2010

On Jan 5, 2010, at 3:38 PM, George Rosamond wrote:
> Isaac Levy wrote:
>> On Jan 5, 2010, at 11:15 AM, Francisco Reyes wrote:
>>> Okan Demirmen writes:
>>>> interest?
>>> Yes.
>> Yes here too-
>>>> other ideas?
>>> Could be informal meetings around a hack/topic.
>>> Or even something like mini "intros" to a BSD..
>>> I for one would like to learn more Net/Open.
>> I really like this idea- especially if the speaker really works  
>> heavily with that particular *BSD, I think there would something  
>> for everyone to learn...
> speaker?  We're talking apples and, er, volvos here. .

OK- then I missed the point,

> Aren't we talking about something a bit looser than a speaker?   
> What's the diff with our regular meetings then?
> g

I have no idea really.  I mean, if anybody just showed up, who may or  
may not know anything about, say, NetBSD, why should I go?  (I'm not a  
NetBSD user- but am "very technical" and would likely learn something  
cool from an overview on it, from somebody who uses it).  Why should I  
go?  Why not just stay home and install NetBSD and hack around?


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