[LUAU] Luau lists ?

john_re john_re at fastmail.us
Sat Nov 1 07:53:07 PDT 2008

Aloha Scott :)   - Sorry for the long delay in replying. I read your
email right away, but I've been busy.

On Sat, 4 Oct 2008 15:18:05 -1000, "R. Scott Belford"
<scott at belford.net> said:
> On Sat, Oct 4, 2008 at 11:20 AM, john_re <john_re at fastmail.us> wrote:
> Aloha John_Re
> We met at LW in August first during Dr. Stanger's BOF session on
> gnu/linux
> in K12, and then again at the Linux Picnic.  I mentioned then that I had
> seen your posts to the freesoftwarehawaii.org mailing list, and I
> suggested
> that you continue posting to it.  You are reaching a good enough
> cross-over
> of enthusiasts.  

Thanks. good to know.

I apprised you that HOSEF was a non-profit entity that
> works to organize the community around socially entrepreneurial
> activities.
> For instance, next month we are donating a 25 station computer lab to
> Ma`ili
> Elementary as part of a collaborative project with the University of
> Hawaii's College of Education.

Great. There's a middle school in San Francisco that has a FSW lab  &
curriculum, etc. People in HI might want to talk to Christian Einfeldt,
who volunteers there a lot. He also does the Digital Tipping point
video. Google for that. He's also on the SFLUG list often.

> You are doing good and noble work by trying so hard to organize so many
> people around a worthy stream of informational sessions.  

Thank you. :)

Keep in mind
> that
> mailing lists are, for some, a dying communication medium.  As Vince
> mentioned, now that we don't need mailing lists to get X11 or our mice to
> work properly, some such as this one get less activity.  I probably
> communicate more about FOSS through my twitter account.
> --scott

Thanks for all these notes. :)

I know it's short notice for todays meeting (announcement to follow in
next email). But, I hope you all can join with us.  

Best wishes. :)

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