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|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Re: Regarding your NYLXS training program
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Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2002 21:09:16 -0500
From: Ruben Safir
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Subject: [hangout] Re: Regarding your NYLXS training program
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Share a computer with your friend but non-standard machines,
machines which are not brought through the approved chanel,
can not be used.
No exception are being made on this. You can join the class with no
computer, but I do not recommend this. It's yourt lab rat. You can share a
machine if you wish. A lot of people are doing this.
Details are on http://www.nylxs.com under The Free Software Institute.
The class is 5 weeks starting on February 4th.
Also see the NYLXS calendar.
Thanks. I really hope you join us. It's gonna be a great program.
On 2002.01.28 20:22:05 -0500 A1Environmental-at-aol.com wrote:
>>I am interested in your server program cycle. Your program
>>(Linux/Unix/Perl/Server/Database, etc.) is exactly what I am looking for.
>>Please provide further details, such as hours and frequency of meeting
>>(weekly, monthly, etc.), and location information. Is the only location for
>>this training in NYC? Length of program? Expected costs of future classes
>>in the program?
>>The only barrier of entry to me that I may see is that it appears that either
>>purchasing equipment from your organization or an organization that you are
>>affiliated with seems to be one of the prerequisites. Since the laptop I own
>>is a Pentium 120 MHz, with 48 MB of RAM, and 1.3 GHz hard drive, this may be
>>a barrier for me. Will this be sufficient for the class? It is sufficient
>>If the laptop is not sufficient, can I bring a desktop system with me?
>>If the equipment turns out not to be a barrier of entry for me, I may have an
>>additional person who may also be interested in the complete program. I will
>>be discussing it with him tomorrow.
>>In addition to the server program cycle classroom costs, is membership in
>>NYLXS required for the classes? If so, please provide membership details or
>>a web site link (I'll also check the web site again for membership info).
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