SCOUG OS/2 For You - August 1998
The Next General Meeting Is August 15th
See Spt Run! Rover Is Coming to SCOUG!
Orange Hill Software's Stan Shantar will be be unveiling a new version of his system organization utility, code named "Rover." Rover, which takes the concept of OS/2 Workplace Shell utilities one step beyond, is slated for release in September. SCOUG members will have an exclusive opportunity to see how Stan has extended the functionality of the Workplace Shell for all of us.
Stan's presentations are always full of surprises, so join us as he takes OS/2 to new heights. Be sure to bring an oxygen mask! After the presentation, we'll have a raffle, Q&A, and then:
General Interest - will give you lots of good information.
Programming - will continue development of their FTP server by examining any implications of using Java as the environment for it. They will also continue their on-going exercise designing this program.
Later in the month
Mon., August 17th, 7 PM at the OCIPUG Resource Center
The Internet SIG will look at the new Netscape Communicator 4.04. They'll work on getting video teleconferencing running and plan SIG activities for the Open House on Sept. 19th. As always, they'll discuss the latest Internet news, and "download" the best cookies anywhere. Contact Dave Watson, email@example.com if you have questions or comments.
The SCOUG Help Desk SCOUG's volunteers will be on hand to help you resolve your difficulties with problematic hardware and software.
Tue., August 18th, 7 PM at the OCIPUG Resource Center
The Networking SIG begins Part II of setting up a gateway/proxy server. July was Lotus Go Web Server, this month is a Java-based proxy server under development by a SCOUG member. If time permits, setting up a mail server for a small SOHO network will be explored.
Other Local Events You Might Be Interested In
NOCCC OS/2 SIG, 2:30 PM, Chapman University
SCOUG Board of Directors meet at Bert's house, 7:15 PM - visitors welcome
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Santa Ana, CA 92799-6904, USA
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