LXNY Visitors Meeting

Thursday 14 October 2004

Speaker: Stephen Bourne

Time: 6:30pm [tentative]
Location: Columbia University in the City of New York
Room: TBA

This meeting is free and open to the public.



link to LXNY Events Page

Other LXNY and closely related Events of 2004

LXNY held a series of Free Software Workshops in 2003 and 2004.

Our host, The Three Jewels, lost its lease.
These were small meetings, featuring Installation assistance and special topics. The early meetings were focused on the LISP programming language and environment. Computers are available and Internet access is present.

Date: Sundays, starting July 2003
Meeting on 7 March 2004 - Installation on various PowerPC machines
Time: 1pm
Place: The Three Jewels Refuge and Free Internet Cafe
211 East 5th Street
Manhattan

Directions: F-V Lower East Side/2nd Avenue (at Houston St.).
Lexington Avenue Local #6 Train to Astor Place.
R/(N/W) to 8th Street (at Broadway) follow the Bowery.
14th Street-Crosstown L train to 3rd Avenue.
Lesser distant: Bowery on the J/M/Z. (Z does not run on Sunday)
Lesser distant: West 4th Street on the A/C/E. (transfer avail to F-V)
Distant: Christopher Street/ Sheridan Square on the 1/9.
More distant: about a 20 minute walk from 14th Street on the 2/3 (via Greenwich Av)(free transfer available to the F-V and the infrequent L).
Mapquest: http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?country=US&address=211+E+5th&city=New+York&state=NY&zipcode=10003&homesubmit=Get+Map

This meeting is free and open to the public.

There are certain rules which will be strictly observed:

1. No meat eating inside the Refuge.

2. No personal abuse.

Every member of every free software org, tribe, drinking club, and family, is invited, without prejudice, without fear, and without favor.

Newcomers are particularly invited. Come down and join us, even if you are just starting to learn about free software.

If you bring your computer and want help installing a free OS we will help. Bring whatever CDs, DVDs, tapes, wax cylinders, quipus, memorable stanzas, black cubes, etc. of your favorite operating systems and software. See below about management of stuff you bring with you.

Jonas Arnaldo and Kevin Mark and Jay Sulzberger are often available to answer any questions we may. Special thanks to: Forest Mars, Jay Sulzberger and John Klos.
Co-sponsored by the GNUbies.






Second "Public Workshop on Digital Entertainment and Rights Management"
by the Technology Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Place: Washington, D.C.
Time: Wednesday 17 July 2002 1-4pm