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[21:00]<toddc>Feel free to make comments and add input to our meeting at anytime.[21:00]<toddc>Anyone here new tonight please introduce yourself and tell us a little about yourself?[21:01]<toddc>Here is new news from ubuntu news: [21:01]<toddc>computer for schools or low income built the size of a usb with ubuntu preinstalled cool pc for 25$[21:01]<toddc>http://www.geek.com/articles/games/game-developer-david-braben-creates-a-usb-stick-pc-for-25-2011055/[21:01]<toddc>10 Things to love about Ubuntu 11.04[21:01]<toddc>http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10things/10-things-to-love-about-ubuntu-1104/2468[21:02]<toddc>16 things to change in ubuntu 11.04[21:02]<toddc>http://www.techradar.com/news/software/operating-systems/16-things-we-d-change-about-ubuntu-945990[21:02]<toddc>10 Ubuntu 11.04 pre installed laptop and netbooks[21:02]<toddc>http://www.techdrivein.com/2011/05/10-ubuntu-1104-pre-installed-laptops.html[21:02]<toddc>The perfect Server-Ubuntu 11.04 [ISPConfig3][21:02]<toddc>http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-server-ubuntu-11.04-ispconfig-3[21:03]<toddc>Macs are for those who don't want to know why their computer works.[21:03]<toddc>Linux is for those who want to know why their computer works.[21:03]<toddc>DOS is for those who want to know why their computer doesn't work.[21:03]<toddc>Windows is for those who don't want to know why their computer doesn't work.[21:03]<toddc>Virtualization with KVM On Ubuntu 11.04 giude[21:03]<toddc>http://www.howtoforge.com/virtualization-with-kvm-on-ubuntu-11.04[21:03]<toddc>Ubuntu 11.04 Target Audience: Casual Windows Users—A great article on why ubuntu used Unity and the future direction of ubuntu and open source[21:03]<toddc>http://www.zdnet.com/blog/open-source/ubuntu-linux-1104s-target-audience-casual-windows-users/8723?tag=mantle_skin;content[21:03]<toddc>JOB LIST[21:04]<toddc>Nicole.Modzeleski@symphonysv.com[21:04]<toddc>Hello,[21:04]<toddc> [21:04]<toddc>I have an immediate opening in Poway, CA. Please see below and let me know[21:04]<toddc>if you are interested in this project or if you know of anyone who is[21:04]<toddc>interested! I hope to hear from you soon! Sorry for all the info on these[21:04]<toddc>jobs, we are super busy with projects![21:04]<toddc> [21:04]<toddc>Embedded Linux Expert/Guru Developer[21:04]<toddc>Low Level Development[21:04]<toddc>C++[21:04]<toddc>They are working on integrating a new product and are at a critical phase.[21:04]<toddc> Need someone to reduce their risks. Product they will be working on is[21:04]<toddc>acoustic dopplers to measure currents of water in rivers and oceans. The[21:04]<toddc>product has a web server, smart card and WiFi. They are using a "shaved[21:04]<toddc>down" Kernel by Atmel so Kernel experience is not required.[21:04]<toddc>TEAM SERVER NEWS[21:05]<Siph0n>I know that Lifelock in Tempe is hiring for a Python QA/Developer.[21:05]<toddc>Ubuntu 8.04 End of life on may 12 2011[21:05]<toddc>I heard that and should have added it[21:06]<toddc>I also would like some help copying meeting logs to out team wiki and azloco this would be weekly and should only take a few minutes[21:07]<toddc>that is all I had for planned info but we do need to keep up the wiki and pewrsonal wikis if we want to keep our position with Lanunch pad as a team[21:08]<toddc>PLUG EVENTS[21:08]<toddc>plug east sidemeeting thursday 7-9pm at mcc[21:08]<Dazed_75>www.HostGator.com/jobs is looking for linux folks. Big sign on Apache Trail[21:08]<toddc>Linux Security Hackfest 12-3 Sat AT Gangplank see azloco.com calender for more info I plan on attending[21:09]<toddc>XHans if you are here do you have any news for us? [21:10]<Dazed_75>anyone doing any interesting projects? Todd and I are both working on PXE servers[21:10]<toddc>host gator was looking in Texas I thought when I checked[21:10]<Dazed_75>I did not check - sorry[21:10]<toddc>reading up on Ipxe now[21:11]<Siph0n>I am looking at java so I can program for the android phones. [21:00]<toddc>Feel free to make comments and add input to our meeting at anytime.
[21:00]<toddc>Anyone here new tonight please introduce yourself and tell us a little about yourself?
[21:01]<toddc>Here is new news from ubuntu news:
[21:01]<toddc>computer for schools or low income built the size of a usb with ubuntu preinstalled cool pc for 25$
[21:01]<toddc>http://www.geek.com/articles/games/game-developer-david-braben-creates-a-usb-stick-pc-for-25-2011055/
[21:01]<toddc>10 Things to love about Ubuntu 11.04
[21:01]<toddc>http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10things/10-things-to-love-about-ubuntu-1104/2468
[21:02]<toddc>16 things to change in ubuntu 11.04
[21:02]<toddc>http://www.techradar.com/news/software/operating-systems/16-things-we-d-change-about-ubuntu-945990
[21:02]<toddc>10 Ubuntu 11.04 pre installed laptop and netbooks
[21:02]<toddc>http://www.techdrivein.com/2011/05/10-ubuntu-1104-pre-installed-laptops.html
[21:02]<toddc>The perfect Server-Ubuntu 11.04 [ISPConfig3]
[21:02]<toddc>http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-server-ubuntu-11.04-ispconfig-3
[21:03]<toddc>Macs are for those who don't want to know why their computer works.
[21:03]<toddc>Linux is for those who want to know why their computer works.
[21:03]<toddc>DOS is for those who want to know why their computer doesn't work.
[21:03]<toddc>Windows is for those who don't want to know why their computer doesn't work.
[21:03]<toddc>Virtualization with KVM On Ubuntu 11.04 giude
[21:03]<toddc>http://www.howtoforge.com/virtualization-with-kvm-on-ubuntu-11.04
[21:03]<toddc>Ubuntu 11.04 Target Audience: Casual Windows Users—A great article on why ubuntu used Unity and the future direction of ubuntu and open source
[21:03]<toddc>http://www.zdnet.com/blog/open-source/ubuntu-linux-1104s-target-audience-casual-windows-users/8723?tag=mantle_skin;content
[21:03]<toddc>JOB LIST
[21:04]<toddc>Nicole.Modzeleski@symphonysv.com
[21:04]<toddc>Hello,
[21:04]<toddc>
[21:04]<toddc>I have an immediate opening in Poway, CA. Please see below and let me know
[21:04]<toddc>if you are interested in this project or if you know of anyone who is
[21:04]<toddc>interested! I hope to hear from you soon! Sorry for all the info on these
[21:04]<toddc>jobs, we are super busy with projects!
[21:04]<toddc>
[21:04]<toddc>Embedded Linux Expert/Guru Developer
[21:04]<toddc>Low Level Development
[21:04]<toddc>C++
[21:04]<toddc>They are working on integrating a new product and are at a critical phase.
[21:04]<toddc> Need someone to reduce their risks. Product they will be working on is
[21:04]<toddc>acoustic dopplers to measure currents of water in rivers and oceans. The
[21:04]<toddc>product has a web server, smart card and WiFi. They are using a "shaved
[21:04]<toddc>down" Kernel by Atmel so Kernel experience is not required.
[21:04]<toddc>TEAM SERVER NEWS
[21:05]<Siph0n>I know that Lifelock in Tempe is hiring for a Python QA/Developer.
[21:05]<toddc>Ubuntu 8.04 End of life on may 12 2011
[21:05]<toddc>I heard that and should have added it
[21:06]<toddc>I also would like some help copying meeting logs to out team wiki and azloco this would be weekly and should only take a few minutes
[21:07]<toddc>that is all I had for planned info but we do need to keep up the wiki and pewrsonal wikis if we want to keep our position with Lanunch pad as a team
[21:08]<toddc>PLUG EVENTS
[21:08]<toddc>plug east sidemeeting thursday 7-9pm at mcc
[21:08]<Dazed_75>www.HostGator.com/jobs is looking for linux folks. Big sign on Apache Trail
[21:08]<toddc>Linux Security Hackfest 12-3 Sat AT Gangplank see azloco.com calender for more info I plan on attending
[21:09]<toddc>XHans if you are here do you have any news for us?
[21:10]<Dazed_75>anyone doing any interesting projects? Todd and I are both working on PXE servers
[21:10]<toddc>host gator was looking in Texas I thought when I checked
[21:10]<Dazed_75>I did not check - sorry
[21:10]<toddc>reading up on Ipxe now
[21:11]<Siph0n>I am looking at java so I can program for the android phones.
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[21:12]<toddc>there have been a lot of people looking for android development lately a good area[21:13]<toddc>if there is nothing else? [21:12]<toddc>there have been a lot of people looking for android development lately a good area
[21:13]<toddc>if there is nothing else?

Agenda

  1. Introductions
  2. Announcements
  3. TBA
  4. TBA
  5. TBA
  6. Agenda for next week

Log

{{{[21:00]<toddc>Welcome to AZLOCO IRC Meeting Please sign in with a +1 [21:00]<Siph0n>+1 [21:00]<toddc>+1 [21:00]<kennymc0>+1 [21:00]<LostPenguin>++ [21:00]<Dazed_75>+1 [21:00]<toddc>Our launch pad site https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-arizona [21:00]<toddc>Our web site is azloco.com [21:00]<toddc>azlocobbb.banditti.com Big Blue Button sever-- Audio Video Chat with others but still in testing [21:00]<toddc>Feel free to make comments and add input to our meeting at anytime. [21:00]<toddc>Anyone here new tonight please introduce yourself and tell us a little about yourself? [21:01]<toddc>Here is new news from ubuntu news: [21:01]<toddc>computer for schools or low income built the size of a usb with ubuntu preinstalled cool pc for 25$ [21:01]<toddc>http://www.geek.com/articles/games/game-developer-david-braben-creates-a-usb-stick-pc-for-25-2011055/ [21:01]<toddc>10 Things to love about Ubuntu 11.04 [21:01]<toddc>http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10things/10-things-to-love-about-ubuntu-1104/2468 [21:02]<toddc>16 things to change in ubuntu 11.04 [21:02]<toddc>http://www.techradar.com/news/software/operating-systems/16-things-we-d-change-about-ubuntu-945990 [21:02]<toddc>10 Ubuntu 11.04 pre installed laptop and netbooks [21:02]<toddc>http://www.techdrivein.com/2011/05/10-ubuntu-1104-pre-installed-laptops.html [21:02]<toddc>The perfect Server-Ubuntu 11.04 [ISPConfig3] [21:02]<toddc>http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-server-ubuntu-11.04-ispconfig-3 [21:03]<toddc>Macs are for those who don't want to know why their computer works. [21:03]<toddc>Linux is for those who want to know why their computer works. [21:03]<toddc>DOS is for those who want to know why their computer doesn't work. [21:03]<toddc>Windows is for those who don't want to know why their computer doesn't work. [21:03]<toddc>Virtualization with KVM On Ubuntu 11.04 giude [21:03]<toddc>http://www.howtoforge.com/virtualization-with-kvm-on-ubuntu-11.04 [21:03]<toddc>Ubuntu 11.04 Target Audience: Casual Windows Users—A great article on why ubuntu used Unity and the future direction of ubuntu and open source [21:03]<toddc>http://www.zdnet.com/blog/open-source/ubuntu-linux-1104s-target-audience-casual-windows-users/8723?tag=mantle_skin;content [21:03]<toddc>JOB LIST [21:04]<toddc>Nicole.Modzeleski@symphonysv.com [21:04]<toddc>Hello, [21:04]<toddc> [21:04]<toddc>I have an immediate opening in Poway, CA. Please see below and let me know [21:04]<toddc>if you are interested in this project or if you know of anyone who is [21:04]<toddc>interested! I hope to hear from you soon! Sorry for all the info on these [21:04]<toddc>jobs, we are super busy with projects! [21:04]<toddc> [21:04]<toddc>Embedded Linux Expert/Guru Developer [21:04]<toddc>Low Level Development [21:04]<toddc>C++ [21:04]<toddc>They are working on integrating a new product and are at a critical phase. [21:04]<toddc> Need someone to reduce their risks. Product they will be working on is [21:04]<toddc>acoustic dopplers to measure currents of water in rivers and oceans. The [21:04]<toddc>product has a web server, smart card and WiFi. They are using a "shaved [21:04]<toddc>down" Kernel by Atmel so Kernel experience is not required. [21:04]<toddc>TEAM SERVER NEWS [21:05]<Siph0n>I know that Lifelock in Tempe is hiring for a Python QA/Developer. [21:05]<toddc>Ubuntu 8.04 End of life on may 12 2011 [21:05]<toddc>I heard that and should have added it [21:06]<toddc>I also would like some help copying meeting logs to out team wiki and azloco this would be weekly and should only take a few minutes [21:07]<toddc>that is all I had for planned info but we do need to keep up the wiki and pewrsonal wikis if we want to keep our position with Lanunch pad as a team [21:08]<toddc>PLUG EVENTS [21:08]<toddc>plug east sidemeeting thursday 7-9pm at mcc [21:08]<Dazed_75>www.HostGator.com/jobs is looking for linux folks. Big sign on Apache Trail [21:08]<toddc>Linux Security Hackfest 12-3 Sat AT Gangplank see azloco.com calender for more info I plan on attending [21:09]<toddc>XHans if you are here do you have any news for us? [21:10]<Dazed_75>anyone doing any interesting projects? Todd and I are both working on PXE servers [21:10]<toddc>host gator was looking in Texas I thought when I checked [21:10]<Dazed_75>I did not check - sorry [21:10]<toddc>reading up on Ipxe now [21:11]<Siph0n>I am looking at java so I can program for the android phones. [21:11]<Dazed_75>just saw the sign driving down the stree here in AJ/Mesa [21:12]<Dazed_75>Siph0n: for yourself or to make android apps? [21:12]<toddc>there have been a lot of people looking for android development lately a good area [21:13]<toddc>if there is nothing else? [21:13]<Siph0n>Dazed_75, right now just to make an app for myself... but eventually I wanna put some apps in the market [21:13]<toddc>thanks for coming tonight but I will be here a while if anyone needs help or has a question }}}


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