[Lvlug] Getting organized...
Thu, 30 Nov 2000 12:28:36 -0500
Wednesdays are my long days because of the computer lab- So, uh I usually
don't get much sleep on that night!
Jim showed up last night and installed a hard drive for us and got the
system up and running. I was going to do it, but since he was there- it
saved me from going out on the weekend to do it. We had a great night.
Myron's last night of teaching with us will be next Wed. Please do come and
check us out! Last night I taught the lecture, next week I will be in the
Lab, so I will look forward to seeing you!
The good thing with having more volunteers is that if one of us can't make
it, its ok. So don't worry- I know that Stuff Happens.
As far as the limo, bus, or van... The price will depend on how many people
(to determine what type of vehicle) and how many hours of use. I estimated
2 hours drive to NY- 6 hours at expo- and 2 hours driving home. If you guys
are as hard-core as you seem, and want 8 hours at the expo- that's fine too!
I can ask him an estimate on say 10-12 people? (in case more people show
I am going for sure, I asked for the day off from work and I registered.
----- Original Message -----
From: Randy Kramer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2000 11:11 AM
Subject: Re: [Lvlug] Getting organized...
> Good night, Jen!
> Er, ahh, good morning, Jen!
> Hope you got some sleep.
> Speaking as an engineer (or something worse), I don't think all the pros
> and cons are on the table the way I'd like to see them before we take a
> I think Dann and Linc (and others) must make sure they are not exposing
> themselves to undue (or uninsured) risks. (And yes, asking their
> insurance person is a good start.)
> Sorry I didn't make it last night, it proved to be rather inconvenient.
> I understood, from Jim, that he would be there -- hope he made it.
> Yes, hopefully next week.
> I was going to suggest that, at your convenience, you get your friend to
> tell you more about limos and their cost. I was thinking of something
> that gave us the size (capacity) of limos, vans, and busses that they
> might offer, and the cost, assuming 6 hours at the Expo. And how much
> extra to make it 8 hours. Eight people have expressed interest, but no
> one is committed. We probably need to publish at least an estimated
> cost before getting commitments.
> Randy Kramer
> homefry wrote:
> > Just one more thing..Although I would like to see the LVLUG grow as its
> > group- Being affiliated with LVCG is a bonus. I say this because when
> > friend Val started the computer lab- Randy Plessor was able to get 10
> > computers donated to the cause, and a lot of LVCG members also donated
> > time, money and software to the computer lab.
> > Now we are able to give free computer classes to the community of
> > Its a really good feeling, you know???
> > Uh, as far as the discussion on the insurance covering whatever,
> > whenever...may I suggest you ask your insurance agent? Your agent
> > able to either
> > A. answer the question, or
> > B. point you in the right direction...
> > Should we vote?
> > 1. LVLUG incorporates and goes for Non Profit?
> > 2. LVLUG merges with LVCG?
> > 3. LVLUG stays the way it is and just meets at the Whitehall Library?
> > good night to you all-
> > Jen
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