BCS Linux/Unix meeting - Wednesday, August 21 (7 days notice)

John Abreau jabr at bcs.org
Wed Aug 14 05:00:02 EDT 1996

This is an automated monthly reminder of the BCS Linux & Unix User Group
meeting. It may occasionally be out of date; for the most up-to-date
information on our group's events, check our web pages:

The BCS Linux & Unix User Group meets on the third Wednesday of the month.
We also hold our volunteer meeting a week prior to the main meeting,
at Pioneer Global Telecommunications, 811 Boylston Street, Boston,
across the street from the Prudential Center. We do a number of social
events as well; check our web pages for details.

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The schedule for 1996 is as follows:

Wednesday, April 17, 1996 (volunteer meeting April 10)
        "Linux and Commercial UNIX: Adversaries or Bedfellows?"
	Presented by Jon "Maddog" Hall of Digital Equipment Corporation
        M.I.T. Bldg 4/163

Wednesday, May 15, 1996 (volunteer meeting May 8)
        "Great Walls of Fire!" - Robert Luoma presents a discussion of
	using Linux as a firewall.
        M.I.T. Bldg 4/163

Wednesday, June 19, 1996 (volunteer meeting June 12)
	"Linux/Alpha: A Year Later"
        Presented by Jim Paradis of Digital Equipment Corporation
        M.I.T. Bldg 6/120

Wednesday, July 17, 1996 (volunteer meeting July 10)
        "GNU HURD: An Update"
	Presented by Michael Bushnell of the Free Software Foundation
        M.I.T. Bldg 6/120

Wednesday, August 21, 1996 (volunteer meeting August 14)
        To be announced
        M.I.T. Bldg 6/120

Wednesday, September 18, 1996 (volunteer meeting September 11)
	"PGP: An Introduction" - Rodney Thayer presents an overview
	of Phil Zimmerman's encryption software, "Pretty Good Privacy" (PGP)
        Location to be announced

Wednesday, October 16, 1996 (volunteer meeting October 9)
        To be announced

Wednesday, November 20, 1996 (volunteer meeting November 13)
        To be announced

Wednesday, December 18, 1996 (volunteer meeting December 11)
        To be announced

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