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Re: slug Digest, Vol 22, Issue 14

R Rodenbach

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Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2012 12:53:37 -0400 (EDT)
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On Sat, 24 Mar 2012, Richard Wilk wrote:

>> R Rodenbach <[hidden email]> wrote on Friday, March 23, 2012 1:44
PM:

>>
>>> I'm using Open SuSE on my laptop at home, last night I experimented and
>>> installed Ubuntu alongside it and now mainly using Ubuntu 11.10.? I
>>> tried
>>> Kbuntu which I didn't care for, but I do like the KDE desktop.? I
>>> installed the Gnome3 desktop on Ubuntu and prefer over unity like most
>>> people do. :) Linux is strictly a hobby and not work related.? I'm
>>> really
>>> getting into scripts now, being that I was real good in DOS a lot of the
>>> general concepts like I mentioned are making a lot of sense.? Plus I
>>> worked on the Suncoast Freenet back in the day, so I'm pretty familiar
>>> working with UNIX based systems.? I'll see what I can do about attending
>>> some the meetings, summer is at hand and things are getting busy at my
>>> work.
>>>
>>> Take care
>
>> Hi Yooper,
>
>> What distro are you using? Are you using it at work or at home? Any
>> chance you will be attending the meetings?

> I'm over in Lutz and would like to meet with you and discuss Linux. Maybe
> somewhere between us, Like the Pannare Bread at Fowler and Bruce B Downs.

>>>If you all would like, I live near there and can offer another viewpoint.
>>>Assuming it's not too dangerout to get to.

                Panera bread sounded like a great spot, but then realised
that it moved or went out business so any other suggestions for those in the
USF/Temple Terrace area?    I'm real interested in learning more about
Linux.   As I mentioned, along with dabbling around with Linux from about
1996 - present I also used the SCFN with PINE as the email program.   If it
wouldn't be too presumptuous, I will post an article about SCFN to the list.

                Take care





 
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Re: slug Digest, Vol 22, Issue 14

Eben King
On Mon, 26 Mar 2012, R Rodenbach wrote:

> On Sat, 24 Mar 2012, Richard Wilk wrote:
>
>>> R Rodenbach <[hidden email]> wrote on Friday, March 23, 2012 1:44
> PM:
>>>
>>>> I'm using Open SuSE on my laptop at home, last night I experimented and
>>>> installed Ubuntu alongside it and now mainly using Ubuntu 11.10.? I tried
>>>> Kbuntu which I didn't care for, but I do like the KDE desktop.? I
>>>> installed the Gnome3 desktop on Ubuntu and prefer over unity like most
>>>> people do. :) Linux is strictly a hobby and not work related.? I'm really
>>>> getting into scripts now, being that I was real good in DOS a lot of the
>>>> general concepts like I mentioned are making a lot of sense.? Plus I
>>>> worked on the Suncoast Freenet back in the day, so I'm pretty familiar
>>>> working with UNIX based systems.? I'll see what I can do about attending
>>>> some the meetings, summer is at hand and things are getting busy at my
>>>> work.
>>>>
>>>> Take care
>>
>>> Hi Yooper,
>>
>>> What distro are you using? Are you using it at work or at home? Any
>>> chance you will be attending the meetings?
>
>> I'm over in Lutz and would like to meet with you and discuss Linux. Maybe
>> somewhere between us, Like the Pannare Bread at Fowler and Bruce B Downs.
>
>>>> If you all would like, I live near there and can offer another viewpoint.
>>>> Assuming it's not too dangerout to get to.
>
>               Panera bread sounded like a great spot, but then realised that
> it moved or went out business so any other suggestions for those in the
> USF/Temple Terrace area?

panerabread.com thinks it's still there:

http://hosted.where2getit.com/panerabread/?form=locator_search&addressline=33612

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Re: slug Digest, Vol 22, Issue 14

Richard Wilk
I just ate at that Pannera Bread 3 days ago.


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 From: Eben King <[hidden email]>
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Sent: Monday, March 26, 2012 4:21 PM
Subject: Re: [SLUG] slug Digest, Vol 22, Issue 14
 
On Mon, 26 Mar 2012, R Rodenbach wrote:

> On Sat, 24 Mar 2012, Richard Wilk wrote:
>
>>> R Rodenbach <[hidden email]> wrote on Friday, March 23, 2012 1:44
> PM:
>>>
>>>> I'm using Open SuSE on my laptop at home, last night I experimented and
>>>> installed Ubuntu alongside it and now mainly using Ubuntu 11.10.? I tried
>>>> Kbuntu which I didn't care for, but I do like the KDE desktop.? I
>>>> installed the Gnome3 desktop on Ubuntu and prefer over unity like most
>>>> people do. :) Linux is strictly a hobby and not work related.? I'm really
>>>> getting into scripts now, being that I was real good in DOS a lot of the
>>>> general concepts like I mentioned are making a lot of sense.? Plus I
>>>> worked on the Suncoast Freenet back in the day, so I'm pretty familiar
>>>> working with UNIX based systems.? I'll see what I can do about attending
>>>> some the meetings, summer is at hand and things are getting busy at my
>>>> work.
>>>>
>>>> Take care
>>
>>> Hi Yooper,
>>
>>> What distro are you using? Are you using it at work or at home? Any
>>> chance you will be attending the meetings?
>
>> I'm over in Lutz and would like to meet with you and discuss Linux. Maybe
>> somewhere between us, Like the Pannare Bread at Fowler and Bruce B Downs.
>
>>>> If you all would like, I live near there and can offer another viewpoint.
>>>> Assuming it's not too dangerout to get to.
>
>               Panera bread sounded like a great spot, but then realised that it moved or went out business so any other suggestions for those in the USF/Temple Terrace area?
panerabread.com thinks it's still there:

http://hosted.where2getit.com/panerabread/?form=locator_search&addressline=33612

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