[ubuntu-florida] Special Interest Groups for the Florida LoCo Teams
christopher.rohde at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 14:26:44 BST 2007
It seems that you may have misunderstood mine and Martin's desire to learn
PGP... we were both just wondering about it and decided to figure it out
that night (which sort of coincided with the release of firePGP for gmail).
Most likely, theres no need for a whole group for it, since no more
attention really needs to be devoted to it unless someone else feels like
Geographical groups are always nice, but probably don't need to be
incredibly organized, ie if the gents down near Miami feel like getting
together, they can just organize a local meetup if they really want to. Once
we get bigger (we hit 50 members last night) organization on a smaller
scale, like southern, central, Northern Florida, will be a good idea.
On 6/11/07, Mike Feravolo <eztips at earthlink.net> wrote:
> I was giving some thought to the idea of creating groups within our LoCo
> to work on special interests related to Ubuntu, Open Source Applications
> and the Linux Operating System.
> For example; It seems that we already may have a "Crypto" Group that
> wants to learn more about to send clandestine messages to each other.
> Personally in the friendly environment which encompasses 99% of all real
> world computing activities excessive security measures are nothing but a
> Groups should also be geographical so there could be a possibility of
> meeting in person. From the forum postings it looks like people down
> south are trying to get together. I also know that Orlando is another
> good central point for the people along the I-4 corridor and the Space
> People can be a part of the the geographical and Special Interest
> Groups. I don't think that the Association for Computing Machinery are
> really going to care about using "Special Interest Group (SIG)" for our
> purposes here if any of you are ACM/SIG members.
> Also we should do something for the Software Freedom Day thing, since it
> would be another thing to count towards office status for our group. At
> this point anything that we could do would be cool, there is even a way
> to start a Florida Team for "Software Freedom". This could also be a SIG
> within our LoCo team.
> Mike Feravolo
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