|FROM ||Marco Scoffier
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] RE: Flyers
Joe this is great if you can do this.
On Thu, Apr 24, 2003 at 10:25:13AM -0400, Joe Villari wrote:
> Where can I get the information that needs to go on the handout?
> Marco, where on the server is the logo and stuff we used for the folders?
I am trying to make /docs the repository for all flyers, folders, logos.
So please use it to store current documents. And please use naming
schemes that make it as easy as possible for some one else to
understand what you have done.
The plan is to have me and Ruben team teaching both weeks and switching
the students between the two of us so that people don't get too
exasperated by either of us ... :)
Here is an initial description:
Take all of NYLXS's most popular classes packed into two short weeks.
For more information visit http://www.nylxs.com/classes
or contact marco-at-nylxs.com
-- Gnu/Linux 1 (manual system installation, kernel complilation)
-- Unix 1 (command line interface, the Unix way)
-- Fundamentals of Programming Using Free Software(Perl 1)
-- Basic Database Progamming, Object Oriented Techniques
and Elements of the Apache Interface(Perl 2)
will be taught simultaneously at NYLXS's new Educational Facility in
the Kings Highway area of Brooklyn.
May 5-8th Monday-Thursday 10-6pm
May 12-15th Monday-Thursday 10-6pm
E 12th and Kings Highway
(take the Q express to the Kings Highway station there is also ample
For directions and a map visit http://www.kingsgames.com
$1000 for all four classes.
This is a wonderful opportunity for advanced Windows or Mac users to
become familliar with the fundamentals of Free Software.
This is your opportunity to jumpstart your freesoftware knowledge. Get
the knowledge you need to free yourself from the confines of restrictive
Having all the classes taught simultaneously with both instructors present
through out the program will provide a level of cross pollination which has not
been possible previously.
NYLXS: New Yorker Free Software Users Scene
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