We need some volunteers to help make this BBQ a success. Who can help
by picking up the following items and bringing them to the BBQ? WLUG
will reimburse for food & supplies (please save receipts). Please
email me back if you can help out with anything.
0. Burgers, Hot Dogs, Buns
1. Cheese, Condiments
2. Soda, Ice
3. Utensils, Plates, Napkins
Also, if anyone has the following items we could use, that would be
5. A couple tables
6. Lawn chairs
(I have some coolers I can bring)
Beyond that, people can bring whatever BYOB, desserts, or other items
On Mon, Jul 11, 2011 at 10:06:50PM -0400, E Johnson wrote:
> Aug 10 will do.
> Bring lawn chairs & etc. Need extra table or 2.
> I will make sure there is propane for the grill. Refrig can hold some stuff,
> but bring coolers for the most critical items.
> Will make sure grass is mowed & etc. Will make potato salad & get tomatoes
> from Farm Market.
> 34 Hudson St Worcester (top floor)
> It's not beautiful, but it's certainly central.
> Liz J
> On 11 July 2011 21:55, Chuck Anderson <cra(a)wpi.edu> wrote:
> > Thanks for volunteering Liz! Would people like to have this on our
> > regularly scheduled 2nd Wednesday of August 10, perhaps starting at
> > 6pm? If not, July 27th also works for me.
> > On Wed, Jul 06, 2011 at 07:17:59PM -0400, E Johnson wrote:
> > > We might be able to host this year. I am near WPI near Elm Park.
> > >
> > > We have one propane grill here now. Have backyard, would need chairs &
> > > prob. table or 2 (bring yours)
> > >
> > > Note > I am a Tenant not Owner. owner would not mind low-key geekly
> > > club. Clloers for drinks & ice & grill meats would be needed.
> > >
> > > I can turn on the wireless and/or throw down a long ethernet cable
> > > with/without 2nd wireless router, for use during the event.
> > >
> > > Facilities (including B-room) in my place are small but certainly
> > > usable. These are on 3rd Floor, but obviously yard is on ground level.
> > >
> > > We have been rather bug-free so far this season.
> > >
> > > Shoot for late July / early Aug if this sounds good, & commit for
> > > supplies/details if you want to use this venue. I will make a nice
> > > tomato salad and some other compliments to carnivoer fare. If all
> > > else fails, TechPizza is onlt a phone call away.
> > >
> > > Liz J
> > > More anchovies please
At tonight's meeting we'll have a discussion of current events in the
Linux/OSS world, Questions and Answers, etc. followed by our
traditional outing @ Tech Pizza.
The meeting room is in WPI's Morgan Hall (building 'H' on the campus
map ), down the hallway to the right of the dining hall entrance.
See you all there,
President, Worcester Linux Users' Group
I'm thinking about switch over to CentOS from Gentoo at work for a few
reasons, two of which are the compile time and the ability to check packages
against GPG signatures. That being the case, I decided to convert my
desktop to Fedora so I can get my chops up on yum and the RedHat style
distros. it's going ok and I'm getting pretty good at figuring out where to
find things, and I'm even looking at writing an RPM or two where I need
stuff. However, I can't seem to get MP3, Mpeg1 or Mpeg2 playback working,
and I can't get adobe-flash to install via the nspluginwrapper. I've
googled, installed a bunch of packages that people suggested and even
checked what packages I have on my Gentoo system and installed some of those
but I'm stuck.
I have Adobe-Flash installed as well as nspluginwrapper, but the commands I
find online aren't wrapping the plugin. I installed libmpeg2 and libmpeg3
but I still can't play movies or mp3s. Any suggestions?
Would anyone at all be interested in helping build a new website? I
can't share too many details, as it will be commercial, but i need
preferably experience setting up a version control system (server).
Parts of this project will end up being open source (the chat server
for the web site already is). If anyone knows any of this, or even if
they feel they can lend a hand with part of it, It would be much
More details will be given in direct emails, provided a good faith
non-disclosure agreement is acceptable. No signing anything, just an
email stating you agree not to disclose the details of this project,
prior to its release.
This project will benefit the open source community if it is successful.
Thanks in advance,
I think we have a bad refrigerator here, possibly problems also compounded
by an inadequate elex cicsuit. Elex is owned & paid by landlord, who thinks
this is "no big deal" & "happens all the time No problem."
Maintence is not this building owner's favorite occupation. Person is on a
tight budget just like most of the rest of the world.
Lights go dim whenever dying refrigerator comes on. This unit rins apprix 40
minutes per every hour, even on cool days with minimum opening/closing.
I am concerned about longevity and function of my computers. power supplies,
modem and router (I own these & they are nice). One printer already fried
when Handyman shorted hot and cold elex together in the process of replacing
one light swich in kitchen. Hope never to see him again, he's not a bright
Is there some way to monitor the currrent on the elex line for several days
and record what's going on? If so, does someone have a monitoring device
that could be loaned and set up to do this?
I am in Woircester near Elm Park, & am a very good cook. Have decent chairs
& workspace with fast internet... could provide free beer & P1zzA or lunch
if needed during setup period.