[Announce] February 5, 2003 CINLUG Meeting

Michael Schultheiss schultmc at cinlug.org
Fri Jan 24 12:52:31 CST 2003

Note: The February 5, 2003 CINLUG Meeting is being held at the
Indianapolis offices of Hewlett-Packard (*NOT* at ITT Tech).  Please
make a note of this change.

The February meeting of CINLUG, the Central Indiana Linux Users' Group,
is scheduled for 7PM on Wednesday, February 5, 2003.  The meeting is
being held at the Indianapolis offices of Hewlett-Packard (510 East 96th
Street, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46240).  HP's offices are located on
the first floor of Parkwood 5 by the elevators.

(Directions can be found at http://www.cinlug.org/info/directions_hp_html)

Anyone is welcome to attend the meeting.  There will be door prizes and
a presentation by Dr. Ram Rao on VNC.

The March CINLUG meeting includes the election of the next CINLUG Board
of Directors.  At the February meeting, we will be accepting nominations
of directors for the March elections.  Two of the current board members
have expressed interest in continuing on the Board of Directors.  For
more information about the CINLUG Board of Directors, refer to Article
III in the CINLUG Bylaws, available at

The meeting agenda includes:

Call to order
Summary of the board meeting minutes
Discussion of upcoming events
Nominations for the next CINLUG Board of Directors
Presentation by Dr. Ram Rao on VNC
Door Prizes drawing
Close of Meeting
Discussion time

More information is available at http://www.cinlug.org

>From the web site (http://www.cinlug.org):

CINLUG meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month 
They start at 7:00pm and the presentations usually last
about 1 - 1.5 hours. The meeting is usually followed by an
open discusion for any questions you may have about anything.

Annual dues are $30 collected each March and prorated throughout 
the year. Paid membership is _not_ required for attendance, but
encouraged to help with funding events and expenses. Just show
up and find out more to see if you want to become a member.

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