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|SUBJECT ||Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Status report from tonight board meeting
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Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 15:22:13 -0500
From: Ruben Safir
Subject: Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Status report from tonight board meeting
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On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 12:31:51AM -0500, Paul Robert Marino wrote:
> While understandable because of the weather and relatively short
> notice we didn't have the turnout I would of hoped for there were
> several things discussed which were important to the organization
> moving forward.
> In attendance was
> * Micheal Richardson
> * Rubin Safir
> * Paul Robert Marino
> 1) Future events at Suspenders
> We can hold events at Suspenders and seat up to 30 people in a private
> room with internet access and an LCD projector. The preferred nights
> are Mondays and Tuesdays. we can hold in-services, tech nights, comity
> meetings, and possibly even classes in the space.
> 2) In-services
> In the coming weeks we will be trying to get a list of possible
> in-services we can get content experts to present. Once we have
> compiled the list we will be setting up polls to determine audience
> interest in the subjects.
> I personally have committed to conduct in-services conditionally on
> the results of the poll the following
> * Structuring Nagios configurations more easily manageable and
> scalable for enterprise environments.
> * PostgreSQL
> * File system and LVM and RAID tuning
> * Whats new in the NFS 4.1 standard and why will it become very
> important once its declared stable in the Linux kernel
> As a general question to the group is there any one who would be
> willing to commit to doing an in-service
> 3) Classes
> There is the possibility of doing classes; however, we would need to
> figure out which classes we could possibly get reasonable number to
> sign up for. an other question would be what costs would be associated
> with it?
Classes interests me at this point. I'm wondering if you can put
together a prostgres program, and I would like to do an embperl workshop
along with the perl classes.
> 4) Taxes
> Micheal Richardson agreed to follow up on the following questions
> What is our current status?
> Were the tax forms properly filed for 2009?
> What forms need to be filed for 2010?
> Thank You
> Paul Robert Marino