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Page last updated:
2012 Nov 11 11:40

2012.10.15 Meeting Notes


Location

Davis Public Library

Project Reports

  • Installfests — No news.
  • Hands-On Demo — No news.

Other Business

  • News
    • Elected officer (root/president, sys/vice-president, typescript/secretary, /dev/null/treasurer) nominations open at this meeting. Email nomations to Andrew Roach, our current secretary: typescript@lugod.org
    • Nominations close, and elections begin, at November's meeting
  • Becoming a UC Davis "Campus Affiliate Group" — No news.
  • Davis Community Network (DCN) Resource Allocation Committee) — No news.
  • Financial Report
    • $51.25 in donations were collected.

    Presentation

    • "Home CNC Machining with Linux" by Steve Inness
    • Photos

    Attendance

    • Fred
    • Bill Kendrick
    • Andrew Roach
    • Tim
    • Nick Schmalenberger
    • Charlie
    • David
    • Larry Dietrich
    • David V
    • Seth Nagao
    • Sang
    • Alex
    • Christian
    • Jeff W
    • Jeff
    • Dave
    • Alex
    • Richard Harke
    • Steve Inness
    • Dan
    • Anthony
    • Kwan
    • Jim Stewart
    • William
    • Jim V
    • Shawn
    • Henry House
    • Seth
    • ...and 4 others

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PO Box 2082, Davis, CA 95617
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and serving the Sacramento area.
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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.