CLUG Meeting 2017-11-08
Location: UA South, Classroom B159
Date: Wednesday, November 08, 2017
There were 10 attendees
Upcoming CLUG Events:
- 16 November Ubuntu Hour, 1800-1900, Scholtzsky’s Cafe, 3900 E. Fry Blvd., Sierra Vista.
- 25 November CLUG Meeting 1300-1530, Sierra Vista public library conference room, 2600 East Tacoma St. Sierra Vista.
- 13 December CLUG Meeting, 1700-1800, UA South, Learning Resource Center, 1140 Colombo Ave. Sierra Vista.
- Free lecture at the UA South Public Meeting Room in Groth Hall, 9 November, 1730-1900, Cyber-Crystal Ball: Peering into the Future of IT. THIS LECTURE HAS BEEN CANCELED AND WILL PROBABLY BE RESCHEDULED FOR MARCH OF 2018.
- Free lecture at the UA South Public Meeting Room in Groth Hall, 16 November, 1200-1300, EMC: Military Electromagnetic Compatability
- Introduction to the Command Line (part 3) scheduled 23 December 2017 – Rex Bouwense
Comunity Projects Update:
- Installfest After Action Report (See the whole report on the activities page) – Rex Bouwense
- Next Installfest – We are looking at January 2018. Decision to be made shortly.
- Group members attended the Brown Bag lecture on Robotics at the Cochise College downtown campus on 01 November and the free lecture on Viterbi Algorithum and Trellis Trace Back at the UA South Public Meeting Room in Groth Hall on 02 November. The Robotics lecture featured 6 students (sixth and seventh grade) from Col Smith Middle School on Fort Huachuca who were able to assemble and program a bot to do some simple commands in 10 minutes.
- There was an excellent article on the CLUG published in the Sierra Vista Herald/Review last Tuesday. We should get some great publicity out of it.
- We are scheduled to sign up for dates for the conference room in the public library on 17 November at 1145. We will ask for the 4th Saturday of each month again from 1300-1545.
- Check out the new countdown clock on the web site Home page thanks to David Garcia. It will announce the next event/meeting/get together of the group if Rex Bouwense can figure out to update it.
- We are still working on Group T-shirts. If we can get enough people who will commit to getting one, the cost should be around $15 per.
- Roger and Louise Lance indicated that there are a number of people who live in Sunsites that could benefit from a Ubuntu installation. They will be in contact with the details and we may schedule a road trip to do an installfest there or as a minimum a presentation on Linux.
- Installed Linux Mint (Cinnamon) on a guest’s computer
- Updated Ubuntu 14.04 on a guest’s computer
- Did a release upgrade from Ubuntu 14.04 to Ubuntu 16.04 on a guest’s computer
- Finished with all of the activities at 2200 and reconvened at Denny’s for some badly needed food.