[SATLUG] Longtime lerker. Looking forward to the Feb 13th meet.
threeway at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 08:56:45 CST 2013
There is a #satlug channel but it's just me and another gentoo dev that hang out there, mostly idle, but occasionally we discuss meeting up for lunch/dinner along with another Racker who we would like to become a Gentoo dev. (I myself am not a Racker either... yet ;) )
You're more than welcome in the channel (as are other members of the SATLUG!)
Sorry for top posting, replying on my phone!
On Feb 5, 2013, at 12:37 AM, Nathan Templeton <pb280c at hotmail.com> wrote:
> I thought I would take a chance to intro myself. I joined up on the mailing list when I found out my family would move from California to Texas on a PCS move. I am excited to find an active LUG comminuty again. While we were stationed in Alaska ( Anchorage ). I found a very active LUG,That gave the chance to really learn most of the things I had not had the time too. While showing me I had more than a few things to learn! I would have thought the Sacremento/San Franisco area would have had a larger linux following, but I had to fall back to the macs I have in my house for a common ground. :)
> In a bit of happen stance, we found a house off of Melody Canyon Rd, Just up from Rackspace! So it will be no trouble to make it to the meetings.
> A bit about me. I have followed my wife around the world and back, while I was trained in the military as a dental/oral surgery tech. I have always been at heart a tech geek. I am currently about 10 classes away from a dual Bachelors in IT and Network Administration. I have attempted the CCNA once and barely missed it. I might try again,. But I would really see my fit in IT/Systems Integration Mangement. I have run the gamet of distro's from Slackware to Mint. Currently. I run a mixed home network of Mac's ( for the family, I know I got lazy, and they where cheap). To linux and windows (for my wife's obligations to military needs).
> I have dabbled a bit in LVM, I would really like some real reasons to mess with SSH more. My home network currently is comprised of the following: 1. Crunchbang linux Waldorf ( based on Debian Sid) workstation. A linux BBQ (LMDE) Thinkpad T42, which I am using currently to compose this message, and a smattering of the above menitioned PC's.
> I am not a programmer. And I will never claim to be such. (i3 amazes me, though the config files are a bit more than I want to tackle.) The same reason I stick with OB and LMDE. I am comfortable with what I know. I understand cross platform integregration.
> I do appolgize in advance for this long winded prose. I only thought of doing a google search for an active channel now. At any rate, you can find me on the #crunchgbang channels under the nom: DrakkenWarr.
> Thanks, for reading. I am excited to meet for the meeting.
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