I'm already at the LInux user show, the compnay I work for are on the
Linux User Pavillion stand 239 (iTS LiNUX Ltd)
Secondly, lets make this LUG work, anyway we can.
>From: Dave-Staffslug <admin(a)staffslug.org.uk>
>Subject: Re: [Staffs] staffs lug - ping?
>Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 00:12:47 +0000
>As of today (well yesterday cause it's after midnight etc..) the mailing =
>is (well seems to be) up and running.. And it seems a shame to not use=20
>T Can't wait to see what you've done.
>On Monday 16 June 2003 20:57, T wrote:
>>Mostly cos this ones reserved, but appears to be inactive, and the
>>originator of this one doesn't appear to be around anymore.
>>That said, I don't believe staffslug.org.uk has a maillist (Dave?) so t=
>>one still seems like a handy resource just for that (and let's face it,
>>it's hardly a massive amount of traffic to stay subscribed!). I mailed =
>>lug.org.uk admin a good while back to see if it's possible to transfer
>>ownership of this site to someone else. Never heard anything back, but =
>>someone else wanted to try (maybe cc the list to keep everyone informed=
>>I'm doing some work on the staffslug.org.uk site myself, so hopefully w=
>>a bit of a group effort we can get a proper community together.(Sorry a=
>>the gross lack of contact Dave, I've been out of town for work for a wh=
>>with no non-work-related email access!!) This maillist certainly seems =
>>start scurrying when you lift it's stone up, so I reckon there's defini=
>>the interest there, it's just not very coordinated yet.
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Andrew Benn" <endymiontl(a)ntlworld.com>
>>Sent: Monday, June 16, 2003 5:54 PM
>>Subject: Re: [Staffs] staffs lug - ping?
>>>What's the history? How come there's 'Staffslug' and this one?
>>>Dave Staffs wrote:
>>>>How about combining resources in the staffslug (www.staffslug.org.u=
>>>Staffs mailing list
>>Staffs mailing list
>Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 12:58:00 +0100
>From: Alasdair G Kergon <agk(a)lug.org.uk>
>To: UK LUGs <lugmaster(a)mailman.lug.org.uk>
>Subject: [Staffs] Free conference places, LinuxUser & Developer, Birmingham, 24-26 June
>Each UK LUG is offered 2 free places each day at next week's conference!
>But responses are needed TODAY, Tuesday 17th June.
>Please would someone from your LUG who reads this in time,
>co-ordinate a response, providing the LUG name, and for each
>person who wants to attend, their name, email address, and
>which days (Tues/Weds/Thurs). Max. 2 people per LUG per day.
Each UK LUG is offered 2 free places each day at next week's conference!
But responses are needed TODAY, Tuesday 17th June.
Please would someone from your LUG who reads this in time,
co-ordinate a response, providing the LUG name, and for each
person who wants to attend, their name, email address, and
which days (Tues/Weds/Thurs). Max. 2 people per LUG per day.
* Response Form: Reply to amyscott(a)sedulous.co.uk *
[Repeat those 3 lines for each person attending]
The LinuxUser and Developer Conference, taking place next week (24-26
June) at the NEC in Birmingham, would like to offer each UK LUG two
free tickets. These normally cost ?90+VAT each for the three days.
Time is short, so please contact amyscott(a)sedulous.co.uk with the
names of the individuals you would like to nominate for each day of
the conference by the end of today, Tuesday.
The full conference programme is available at
News + Web Editor
LinuxUser & Developer
'As of today (well yesterday cause it's after midnight etc..) the
is (well seems to be) up and running.. And it seems a shame to not use
I've just read your post on the forum board ..
but how do you subscribe?
See below for details of this summer's linux conference in Edinburgh.
Also, don't forget to register for the Linux User & Developer Exhibition
at the Birmingham NEC, Tues 24 - Thurs 26 June:
http://www.linuxuserexpo.com/http://www.linuxexpo.org.uk/ .org Village with representatives of UK LUGs
and Tim O'Reilly's free talk in London on Mon 23rd June celebrating
25 years of O'Reilly books:
Linux 2003 Conference & Tutorials, Edinburgh, 31 July - 3 Aug
The UK Unix User Group's linux technical conference visits
Edinburgh this year. It's a great way to broaden your knowledge and
keep up-to-date with what's happening in the world of linux.
Speakers include Jon 'maddog' Hall of Linux International
and the new Debian Project Leader, Martin Michlmayr.
The Edinburgh Linux User Group is helping with the preparations
for the event, including the evening social programme.
For further details please see http://www.ukuug.org/events/linux2003/
Full-day Tutorials on Thursday 31st July
Inside the Linux Kernel - Stephen Tweedie (Red Hat)
Python for Programmers - John Pinner & David Chan (Clockwork S/ware Syst.)
Provisional Conference Programme: Friday 1st August - Sunday 3rd August
* Business and Applications
Core Business Applications for GNU/Linux
The Government Gateway and Linux
New Breakthroughs in Linux Supercomputing
How to Get an Open Source-related Business Funded in a Down Economy
Not Fired for Buying Linux? Quirks of Open Source Adopters' worldviews
Free and Open Source Software in the Health Service
* Embedded Systems
Debian on Handheld Computers
Real Time/Embedded C on Linux: An Introduction
PIC Programming with Open Source Tools
Linux on the eLAP
* GUI Development and Applications
Cross-Platform GUI Development with WxWindows
* Kernel and Device Drivers
Ugly Ducklings: Resurrecting unmaintained code
RelayFS: Transmitting data from kernel to userspace
Simple, Robust Software RAID for Linux 2.6
IrCOMM2k: Porting Linux IrDA to the Windows Kernel
* Networks and Security
Layer 2 Networking Vulnerabilities
Linux Packet Filtering: The Future
CONESYS: The COntent NEtwork SYstem
Power Shell Usage: Bash Tips & Tricks
* Project Management
Portability from a Debian perspective
Software for Open Communities
* Software Development
Extreme Linux Programming - A Continuum
N things every programmer should know about signal handling
Using buildfarms to improve code
Sound Systems on Linux: The Past and the Future
Sweep: Real-world audio editing on Linux
* Systems Administration
Mass Unattended Linux Installations
Using GNU/Linux to Deliver Windows XP to the Desktop
Automated Website Synthesis
Efficiency in the XML Era
Including speakers from IBM, Novell, Red Hat, SuSE, HP, SGI, GBdirect
If you book before 30th June you can take advantage of the Early Bird
rates e.g. UKP 30 for the conference (50% discount) or UKP 12.50 for
students. (If you're not already a UKUUG member, you'll need to add
the membership fee to this.)
Sponsors: Positive Internet, Perforce, SGI, Astaro
Tel: +44 1763 273 475
Who runs the Staffs list?
The list owner is "ozzy(a)cowmob.nu" but this apparently goes to
the wrong person.
There's been very little traffic and there's no website, so unless
someone steps forward to take things over, I propose that we remove
staffs from lug.org.uk.
On Sun, Jun 15, 2003 at 06:50:19PM +0100, Ollie Keenan (QuakeNet) wrote:
> These mails are reaching the wrong person.
> Please resolve this as I'm getting up to 4 spam messages a day.
> Oliver Keenan - QuakeNet Operative.
> This is a forwarded message
> From: staffs-admin(a)mailman.lug.org.uk <staffs-admin(a)mailman.lug.org.uk>
> To: staffs-admin(a)mailman.lug.org.uk
> Date: Sunday, June 15, 2003, 5:45:26 PM
> Subject: Staffs post from agk(a)lug.org.uk requires approval
> ===8<==============Original message text===============
> As list administrator, your authorization is requested for the
> following mailing list posting:
I have tried to get hold of the original guy who started the lug and am looking to get this moving, I am proposing that we get this going. Anyone with me?
Carl - fr0st
-= [ Women only know 3 words, Stop, Now, Don't... When they are with me, its Don't Stop Now! ] =-
-= [ Love me, hate me, I am what you make me ] =-
The purpose of this e-mail is to invite you to attend to the 3rd edition
of FOSDEM. This edition will take place on the 8th and 9th of
February 2003 in Brussels (see http://www.fosdem.org for more info).
The previous editions encountered a huge success. More than 1600 people
attended to presentations given by well-known speakers such as Richard
Stallman, Miguel De Icaza, DJ Adams, Philip Hazel in 2002, and FOSDEM 2003
will try to be even more successful thanks to numerous presentations done by
programmers of leading Open Source and Free Software projects.
This year, will be present (in alphabetical order):
Ann Harrison - Firebird : an Open Source database based on the InterBase(r)
Brian King - Mozilla
Bruce Momjian - PostgreSQL Core Developer
Bruno Coudoin - Author of GCompris
Clif Flynt - Tcl/Tk
Damien Sandras - GnomeMeeting author
David Axmark - MySQL developer
David Faure - KDE Core Developer
Guenter Bartsch - Author of xine
Harald Welte - Member of the Netfilter Core Team
Havoc Pennington - GNOME Foundation, Free Standards
Hilaire Fernandes - Author of DrGenius
Jakub Steiner - Author of many of the GTK 2.x stock icons, Gimp tutorial
Jon 'Maddog' Hall - Executive Director of Linux International
Julian Smart - Author of wxWindows
Michael Meeks - GNOME Core developer
Owen Taylor - Maintainer of GTK+
Raphael Hertzog - Author of Debian-Edu
Richard M Stallman - Leader of the FSF
Solar Designer - Author of Openwall GNU/*/Linux
Thomas Vander Stichele - GStreamer Developer
Yoann Vandoorselaere & Laurent Oudot - Prelude-IDS authors
And many others, ...
Several Free or Open Source Software projects have decided to hold a meeting
during FOSDEM. It is a great occasion to meet core developers from GNOME,
GNUstep, KDE, Mozilla, embedded software and PostgreSQL.
Moreover, the Free Software Award will be handed out during the FOSDEM 2003
by Richard Stallman and other members from the Free Software Foundation.
FOSDEM's goal is to provide Free Software and Open Source developers and
communities the opportunity to learn and discuss the latest developments
in the Free and Open Source arena and to promote the development of Free
and Open Source solutions.
The speakers mainly talk about technologies and make technical speeches.
The event is totally free, but we encourage you to support FOSDEM if you
appreciate the event and want it to continue in the same spirit. More
information about the FOSDEM support operation at:
We hope to see you there.
Hi, I live in Malvern (near Worcester) and I hope you will not mind my making this posting. I'm sorry too if it has violated any posting guidelines you might have (in which case please be reassured that I will not be making any further posting).
I have an as new SUN Ultra 10 440Mhz for sale as described below. I have also advertised it on ebay at http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2054135095 with a starting bid of £375 and a 'buy-it-now' of £475 but for someone local I would accept £439 and close the sale early as a 'buy-it-now' to save the hassle of dealing with someone a long way away. The auction started 14 Sep 02 and closes 19 Sep 02.
The system specification is:
* Sun ULTRA 10 440MHz (as new, mint condition)
* 512 MB RAM
* 2x 9.1GB Hard Drives
* SCSI card
* Ethernet card
* 24x CD ROM drive
* AS new Type 6 SUN keyboard & mouse
* SUN 17" monitor as new too
* Full media packs for SOLARIS 2.6 and 2.7
* With all software & hardware manuals which includes the Solaris Bonus Software package.
Everything is in immaculate condition and I am only selling it because I now have another Sun ULTRA 10 provided by my employer in a new job! Sorry there are no photos at the moment - I don't have a digital camera but I'll try and borrow one. In the meantime you are welcome to come and look at the system up and running.
With many thanks,
Tel. 01684 574346