SCOUG OS/2 For You - May 1998
Next Meeting - May 16th
OK, so it's spring and a Saturday morning. You might be ever so slightly tempted to wander out to weed your garden or wash the car. But those tasks can wait! The SCOUG meeting is only once a month, and you wouldn't want to miss it.
"What's the topic?" you ask. Ah, now there's the rub. Mark (program chairman) is working night and day to bring SCOUG a typical great presentation. Watch this space for details as it gets closer to the meeting.
General Interest - Paul Wirtz always has an interesting topic
up his sleeve.
Programming - New SIG leader Rollin White will make it worth your while to attend. He may elicit your participation in redesign (yet again?) of SCOUG's famous Raffle program.
Later in the month
The Internet SIG now meets on the 3rd Monday of the month. This month, that's May 18th, so mark you calendar! The meeting will cover several topics including searching for
information on the Internet, how Netscape encrypts your financial
transactions, CODECs for viewing AVI and other movie formats, all the
latest news, and of course, those finest of epicurean delights --
cookies. Remember, May 18th, at 7PM at the OCIPUG club house.
Contact Dave Watson, firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or comments.
The SCOUG Help Desk meets at the same time and place as the
Internet SIG. Bring your problematic hardware and software and SCOUG's volunteers will help you resolve your difficulties. OS/2 related issues, of course.
The third Tuesday of the month at 7 PM is the Networking SIG. It now meets with
the OCIPUG OS/2 SIG at their facilities in Santa Ana. They had some technical difficulties last month which impacted the topic. So, they'll tackle the same topics in May -- Lotus Notes &
Domino. They will experiment with installing a Notes client from a network server and
executing the client from shared code stored on a server. Time permitting, they will also set up their network to access multiple Notes servers.
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