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Re: [Computerbank] 225q, Ararat and a new project in NE-VIc

Hi Bruce 

we already have a tech chat place, email and a phone for people
to contact us.

Often the techs are found through irc.openprojects and then #computerbank.


On Thu, 3 Jan 2002, Bruce McCubbery wrote:

> Hi Pen,
> Let's climb inside the head of someone "out there" (particularly interstate
> in their outback towns and cities) who isn't so much into Computerbank as
> Linux but is happy enough to help out the locals wanting to do the
> Computerbank thing there. Greg isn't one of these people but he's an
> example of sorts we can learn from.
> Somehow, what we need is something like a website (perhaps?) where
> Computerbank/Linux problems have been solved ... for Linux-capable helpers
> for Computerbank branches (in formation) to refer to.
> It is simply not an option for these people too far away to think of coming
> to Melbourne or Sydney or Adelaide or Perth or Brisbane to do training there.
> Are the LUG lists open to discussion of Linux/Computerbank stuff, what's
> their attitude to this?
> Regards to all, Bruce
> At 13:59 2/01/02 +1100, Da Moose wrote:
> >The reason some people need to come to Melb, maybe for a weekend workshop
> >is to get a hands on feel for the computerbank package.
> >We don't use RH but our own deb package with docs to go with it. 
> >the other reason to come down for country folk is simply to meet everyone
> >and have a face to face natter about difficulties, yes maybe even a vent
> >about clients who drive you crazy, and a bit of a round table problem
> >solve.
> >There is plenty of support for techs but we all need to sit down
> >eventually.
> >We can send you home with a package and stuff Greg and I'll get you to
> >fill in a volunteer form as all volunteers doing Computerbank Business are
> >covered by our volunteer insurance Aust wide.
> >Looking forward to meeting you and Linda.
> >Pen
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