Anyone on here using Charter Telephone VOIP service? I've currently
got Verizon, but the wife hates it because our phone lines get flaky
all the time, esp when it rains.
So I'm thinking to save money and combine all my stuff onto Charter.
I've already got High Speed internet and regular old cable. Not wild
about Digital Cable since I'm happy with Tivo and I don't want yet
another set top box to have to deal with...
So, any horror stories about Charter Phone VOIP quality and service?
Hello Worcester Linux Users Group! My name is Steve and I'm a Linux
user who lives in the Boston Area. I'm helping to organize a
Cryptoparty at the Worcester Public Library, and I wanted to extend an
invitation to WLUG members.
The cryptoparty is this Sunday 3/22 from 2pm - 4pm, and we plan to
cover Jitsi and GnuPG. The WPL is located at 3 Salem Street,
Worcester, and we'll be meeting in the Banx room.
Hope to see you Sunday.
Before discarding these items, I want to offer them to anyone who needs
them. They are all working and not missing any parts.
1. ViewSonic 19" G90fb Graphics Series monitor CRT
2. ATX full-tower custom built computer
a. pentium processor
b. Windows XP with discs/license
c. 80 GB Western Digital HD
d. Asus ATI Radeon A7000 video card
e. DVD read/write
f. Multiple outlet USB card
g. sound card
h. 300 watt power supply
j. keyboard and mouse
3. Hewlett Packard Pavilion 12" monitor CRT
4. IBM Thinkpad 600 laptop
a. Carrying case
b. New battery
c. All discs/software/licenses
Please respond to whn6849(a)verizon.net if you know of a good home for them.
What a great meeting last night! Chuck did a great presentation showing
off several different model Pi's plus demoing their use as squeeze box
remote media players. He also started to show off the MAME and DVR/MythTV
stuff but we all got distracted. I think that could merit a meeting topic
all by itself!
We had a great show and tell of pi devices. The coolest being the homemade
pi based wifi enabled security camera (with infrared LEDs!)
To cap the night we ended doing a mini install fest on a "classic" Sony
I am leery of the allegiances of any politician who refers to their
constituents as "consumers".
On Fri, 13 Mar 2015, Tim Keller wrote:
> What a great meeting last night! Chuck did a great presentation showing
> off several different model Pi's plus demoing their use as squeeze box
> remote media players. He also started to show off the MAME and DVR/MythTV
> stuff but we all got distracted. I think that could merit a meeting topic
> all by itself!
> We had a great show and tell of pi devices. The coolest being the homemade
> pi based wifi enabled security camera (with infrared LEDs!)
> To cap the night we ended doing a mini install fest on a "classic" Sony
> Thanks everybody!
Do you have a link to that graphics package you were talking about?
The one where you just throw data at it and check it once in a while.
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On Thu, 12 Mar 2015, Keith Wright wrote:
> Jamie Guinan <guinan(a)bluebutton.com> writes:
> > I haven't been to a WLUG meeting in ages. Is it still in the same
> > building in the southwest corner of the quad? The floorplan link is
> > dead,
> It is not that building, the floorplan has been edited with
> sheetrock, hammers, and saws.
> It is in the student center, west-by-northwest of the
> central fountain. If you get there,
> there is an information booth and list of events.
> They will direct you to the second floor mid-century
> room, with the slide rule memorial.
Keith, thank you for the directions. The guy at the
information booth was aware of the WLUG meeting.
> > Is there parking available in the West Street lot?
The West Street lot was wide open. I didn't bother to get
a pass from security, but I doubt they care much at that hour.
I enjoyed seeing all the Raspbery Pi projects. I'll try
and make it to some more meetings this year.
I haven't been to a WLUG meeting in ages. Is it still in the same
building in the southwest corner of the quad? The floorplan link is
Is there parking available in the West Street lot?
Will there be WiFi and/or ethernet available for the Pis? Keyboard?
On Thu, 12 Mar 2015, Tim Keller wrote:
> Hey Everybody,
> This is a reminder that tonight is WLUG!
> We'll be talking about the Raspberry Pi like devices that are now on the
> market and the amazing stuff we can do with them.
> Chuck is going to bring along a Pi like device to show off how open
> hardware helps speed along the innovation curve!
> We'll be meeting in the usual spot, the Mid-Century Room (rm-331) at 7pm.
> I'll bring along snacks and drinks and afterwards we'll go out for pizza!
> See ya there!
> I am leery of the allegiances of any politician who refers to their
> constituents as "consumers".