'hope you guys had a good summer.
Caleb and I were talking on Sunday and there is no doubt that tslug has 
to get started again -- and it will. So far I tried to talk to Dr. 
Bindner regarding the most trivial thing on earth -- that is where do 
we get the keys from for the room. He wasn't there but I left a 
note...so far no response...

Despite the fact that we don't know where to meet right now, there is 
no doubt that there will be activities coming up. Just by working for 
faculty on an open-source project right now, I got a little impression 
again of this messed up situation here on campus when it comes to 
open-source. Without tslug that is not going to change... tslug is 
going to continue to make its contributions.



Peter Snoblin wrote:

>So, to further and extend Caleb's previous question, what's up with 
>year? I ask both in terms of projects as well as regular meetings. I 
>assume (and hope!) that we'll have weekly or every-other-week meetings 
>again, as well as an install fest or two or three. So, I guess what I'm 
>asking in another way is this, "Who's in charge 'round these parts?" ;)
>Hopefully, I'll see some or all of you around in the next few days.
>Peter Snoblin - http://entropicaccess.net/
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