The SLUUG CRONicle
|6:30 pm||Tutorial||To Be Announced by SLUUG Members|
|7:00 pm||Announcements||Standard Introductions & Procedures|
|7:05 pm||Q & A||An opportunity to ask technical questions|
|7:15 pm||Break||Social, off-line conversations, book sales|
|7:30 pm||Presentation||How Graybar moved from a "Framework" Systems Management Solution to a MOM (Manager of Manager) Solution by Dale Nagel & Darren Wallis|
Ideas, questions and suggestions are welcome; please contact Terry Linhardt (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Comments, questions, and ideas for the St. Louis Linux Users Group are welcome; please send email to email@example.com.
SLUUG - St. Louis UNIX Users Group General Meeting
|2nd Wednesday of Month||6:30-8:30pm||Mar 10||Graybar Electric|
SLUUG - St. Louis UNIX Users Group Steering Committee
|1st Wednesday of Month||6:15-9:00pm||Mar 3||#60 Ladue Estates (rear)|
St. Louis Linux Users Group (STLLUG) (http://www.stllinux.org)
|3rd Thursday of Month||6:30-9:00pm||Mar 18||Indian Trails Br County Library|
St. Charles LUG (http://www.sluug.org/~stclug)
|4th Thursday of Month||6:30-9:00pm||Mar 25||JJ's, O'Fallon|
|4th Thursday of Month||6:30-8:30pm||Mar 25||EPC, 70 & Truman Rd, St. Charles|
Hazelwood LUG (http://www.sluug.org/~hzlug)
|4th Tuesday of Month||7:00-9:00pm||Mar 23||Prairie Commons Library, St. Louis|
CWE-LUG - Central West End LUG (http://www.cwelug.org)
|3rd Sunday of Month||1:00-5:00pm||Mar 21||ACLU Building, St. Louis|
Advanced LUG (http://stladvlug.org/)
|1st Monday of Month||6:30-8:00pm||Mar 1||St. Louis Bread Co, Brentwood|
Extreme Programming (http://xpstl.org/)
|1st Wednesday of Month||7:00-9:30pm||Mar 3||CAIT, Clayton|
MOSLUG - MO Open Source LUG (http://www.moslug.org/)
|1st Tuesday of Month||7:00-9:30pm||Mar 2||Culpeppers, Kirkwood|
STLBSD - St. Louis BSD Users (http://www.stlbsd.org)
Group is planning a new meeting schedule. Consult website for current meeting information.
St. Louis Java Users Group (http://www.ociweb.com/javasig/)
|2nd Thursday of Month||6:30-8:00pm||Mar 11||CityPlace One Auditorium, Creve Coeur|
Gateway JUG (Java Users Group) (http://www.gatewayjug.org/)
|1st Tuesday of Month||6:00-8:00pm rsvp||Mar 2||Maryville Technoligies|
STLWEBDEV - St. Louis Web Developers (http://www.stlwebdev.org)
|3rd Tuesday of Month||6:30-9:00pm||Mar 16||SAVVIS Auditorium (Hwy 40 & 141)|
GAMUG - Gateway Area Macintosh Users Group (http://www.gamug.org)
|2nd Tuesday of Month||7:00-9:00pm||Mar 9||Parkway Central High School|
SILUG - Southern Illinois LUG
|1st Thursday of Month||7:00-9:00pm||Mar 4||O'Fallon City Library|
CORCC - County Older Residents Computer Club (http://www.a-zuc.com/corcc/)
Meets (almost) every Friday from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. Provides free classes for seniors 55 or older. For info, contact Tom Kimber (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Arthur Hollman (email@example.com).
Prairie Commons Library
915 Utz Lane (between Howdershell and Dunn)
We publish meeting schedules of groups in the St. Louis area that may be of interest to our members. If you would like to
have info added about your group, please mail the newsletter editor whose link is on sluug.org.
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The Computer Science Department of Washington University is hosting a half-day Symposium on March 26 with a theme of "Clockless Computing: Past and Future". The keynote speaker is Ivan Sutherland (Turing award winner and current VP of Sun Microsystems). Five other leaders in the field of asynchronous computing are also giving presentations. For more information check out http://www.cse.wustl.edu/clockless
Registration is requested for this free event. See http://cse.seas.wustl.edu/clockless/registration.asp
Rich Bowen has graciously agreed to talk to the St. Louis Perl Mongers on Thursday 3/11. He has several talks which he is slated to present at this year's OSCON and will present whichever one the Perl Mongers would like.
Cyber-security talk and discussion with the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the St. Louis Division for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Co-hosted by the Saint Louis BSD group and the Central West End Linux Users Group. Event is planned for the 3rd week in April. As more is known, it will appear on the following sites: http://stlbsd.org or http://www.cwelog.org
Angelbeat's Wireless, IT Security, and IP Telephony Seminar will be coming to St. Louis on May 4, featuring expert presentations and product demonstrations by Microsoft, Cisco, Intel, Verizon Wireless, and other global technology leaders. For more details and/or registration information, please visit http://www.angelbeat.com.
The seminar is free for pre-qualified IT professionals . Members of your organization can register in advance, making sure to indicate their affiliation to your group, and attend free of charge. Early registration is recommended to obtain a free pass while space is still available.
For more information about sponsoring the St. Louis UNIX Users Group,
contact Christine Wanta).
To relieve our officers and volunteers of unwanted SPAM, we no longer include email addresses in the newsletter. Nonetheless, we are eager to hear from you. You can find links to our email accounts on www.sluug.org/contacts/
|Linux Users Group Chair||Craig Buchek|
|Board of Directors||
|O'Reilly Book Sales||Carl Fitch|
|Newsletter Editor||John House|
|Steering Committee Info||Gary Meyer|
|BBS Questions||Gary Meyer|
|Official Correspondence||SLUUG Mailing Address||
PO Box 411302
St. Louis, MO 63141