SPUG:[SLL] Greater Seattle Linux User's Group Meeting This Saturday, May 10th

Ken Meyer kmeyer at blarg.net
Thu May 8 12:31:55 CDT 2003

The Greater Seattle Linux User's Group (GSLUG) meets on the second Saturday
of the month, which is this Saturday, May 10th, at North Seattle Community
College (NSCC).  The meetings begin at 10 AM.  As typical, we will have two
presentations, a general Q&A session, a "raffle", and then an
install/configuration workshop, which may extend as late as 4:00 PM, if
activity demands.

This month, the presentations will be:

	=>> Server Clustering and Cluster Filesystems <<=

		Derek Simkowiak, presenter of the Python Hands-on Tutorial at LinuxFest
Northwest 2003

	=>> SpamAssassin with ProcMail <<=

		Doug Kirkland




	The order of the presentations is TBD.

Parking IS free at the school on weekends.  See the GSLUG website for
directions to the meeting and for further information:


Meetings have been attracting capacity crowds of 50 to 60 attendees.  Arrive
early for best seating and to network with some of the best experts, authors
and instructors in the west.  Those new to Linux are especially welcome.

Hope to see you there,

Ken Meyer
kmeyer at blarg.net

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