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Jul 26, 2012 - 1 minute read - Comments

Mailing list restored

Not to make it seem like there is a lot to browse in there, but the mailing list archive has been restored. Other than not having ssh access to the server in order to be able to manage things a little more directly, I’m pretty satisfied with the new provider. The faster response time and better availability is not bothering me either :) Remember that the mailing list is located at this URL - http://ovsage.

Jul 12, 2012 - 2 minute read - Comments

Ramblings before the July Meeting

This is a bit of an expanded rambling on the July event posting. As I stated in the event post and calendar entry, it’s July already and we are past halfway through the year. It’s time to be thinking of all the projects we wanted to start and realize it’s time to select the ones that we need to do vs. the ones it would be nice to do. One of the topics I sent to the mailing list was the Cisco router item.

Jul 12, 2012 - 1 minute read - Comments

July Meeting 2012

Title: July Meeting 2012 Location: Tim Horton’s, 660 Eagleson Rd, Kanata Link out: Click here Description: Only 6 meetings left this year… Topics: The Cisco router item that went to the mailing list The fall open source festival is looking good and will probably be called “User Group Connect” Logo redesign Website was moved - issues? Other items - we always have a few Start Time: 19:00 Date: 2012-07-19 End Time: 21:00

Jul 3, 2012 - 1 minute read - Comments

Site Maintenance

In an effort to avoid more power outage issues and get the site a little faster and more reliable, I’ve migrated the site to a hosting provider. This of course comes with a few issues, so if something is broken, please let me know. This was an excuse to dispose of the rather ancient box that was hosting the site as well, so it was a plus for me on the power usage front.

Jun 18, 2012 - 1 minute read - Comments

June Meeting 2012

Title: June Meeting 2012 Location: The Second Cup, Bells Corners Link out: Click here Description: No special topics, just some followup from last month. I might have a bit of documentation with me done in asciidoc and have the appropriate tools with me to go through the generation of the different output formats. Other topics welcome - anyone have a Raspberry Pi yet? How about an APC (not a UPS)?