Dennis J Perkins
djperkins77 at gmail.com
Wed May 15 07:30:33 MDT 2019
Very few people were coming near the end and it wasn't easy finding
speakers. When McAffee closed their office here, we didn't look for a new
home. Maybe if we held an occasional meeting when someone wanted to give a
talk, but the irregularity might mean that people wouldn't remember when to
meet. It might also be hard to find a place that would let us do this.
There is an Open Source group that meets somewhere near Dry Creek and I25.
I haven't gone to any meetings yet.
On Wed, May 15, 2019, 7:22 AM Philipp Giddings <phil9x at gmail.com> wrote:
> I myself have not lost interest. I am sure there are others with interest
> as well.
> Does anyone on the list have the will to organize and find a space?
> Are others on the list interested in attending such meeting?
> Seemed the most interesting activity was "Installfest", engaging at all
> However the CLUE meetings minus the KISS session was over the heads of
> many attendees IMHO and sometimes.
> I regret greatly not learning more about Bitcoin when David introduced us
> to it. Duh!
> I will attend if meetings begin again.
> Amazing how social media killed the meatspace
> On Tue, May 14, 2019 at 8:12 PM Sean LeBlanc <seanleblanc at comcast.net>
>> Do meetings still happen for CLUE? I have to admit I've checked out
>> somewhat after moving to the foothills and getting so busy at a startup
>> and with home life, etc., and I have to be very sparing with the meetups
>> I do go to.
>> Did Linux just become part of the background for the way most people do
>> their jobs - to the point where most people don't need to learn about
>> Linux in particular? Did "the cloud" cause some to lose interest?
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