[linux] Meetings this year
Joshua Daniel Franklin
joshuadf at u.washington.edu
Fri Oct 8 11:26:10 PDT 2004
Having just completed this for another club, I can tell you:
1. Go to a Orientation Meeting, where SAO tells you guidelines and
gets your info as 'contact person' for the club.
2. Fill out online form with 5 "officers" info and other stuff like
purpose of group, group constitution (required, samples on SAO website),
and whether officially associated with any national organization.
3. Wait a while until they tell you your club is accepted. (They said
this would be an email, but I got a paper in my mailbox at the iSchool.)
4. Enjoy the junk mail that comes in for you as a result of your info
being posted on the SAO website.
Jesse Weigert wrote:
> Shall I look into what it takes to fill out the paperwork for an RSO?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: linux-bounces at mailman.u.washington.edu
> [mailto:linux-bounces at mailman.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Avram Eisner
> Sent: Thursday, October 07, 2004 11:02 PM
> To: Linux/Unix Users Group at the UW
> Subject: Re: [linux] Meetings this year
> I agree - Linux users unite!
> Jim Adams wrote:
>>I would like to see us do some real events this year, become an RSO
>>again, etc. It was discussed but never really happened last year.
>>Perhaps we need to plan something like an informal lunch, see how many
>>people will show up, and then go from there.
>>Jesse Weigert wrote:
>>>Are there any plans for holding any linux events this year?
>>>Meetings, installfests, etc?
>>>jessew at u.washington.edu
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