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2006 Mar 28 23:40

2006.03.20 Meeting Notes


Location

Davis Library

Project Reports

  • Demo — No demo scheduled.

  • Installfests — This month's Installfest was canceled due to low registration (only one person).

  • LERT — No LERT calls. Send email to lert@lugod.org if you need emergency Linux help.

  • Library — No news. Send email to librarian@lugod.org if you'd like to borrow any books. (See www.lugod.org/library )

Other Business

  • Give-Aways — We gave away four copies of Knoppix Hacks and six copies of Linux Multimedia Hacks (both written by our guest speaker), courtesy of O'Reilly & Associates.

  • Financial Report — $18.00 in voluntary dues were collected.

Presentation

  • Kyle Ranking, author of Linux Multimedia Hacks demonstrated DVD authoring using user-friendly graphical tools under Linux.

    Presentation slides

Attendance

  • Nick Schmalenberger
  • Henry House
  • Ryan Castellucci
  • Kyle Rankin
  • Chris "Cookie Monster" McKenzie
  • Ivan Font
  • Briar
  • Jedediah Coy
  • Samath Amaratirge
  • Harry Souders
  • Seth Nagao
  • Toshio Kuratomi
  • Chris Glieyer
  • Steve Zelinka
  • Robert Canson
  • Kevin Hrim
  • Jordi Silvestre
  • Joe Jimenez


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For a significant contribution towards our projector, and a generous donation to allow us to continue meeting at the Davis Library.