I’m submitting this for longest blog title ever. 🙂
One of the problems I have with blogging consistently is that I feel like I share a lot of my thoughts on Twitter (multiple personal accounts and organization accounts – ask if you want them), identi.ca or through Google Reader.
So, the title track, if you will, is about Open Everything planning. The Pyle Center seems to book up quickly. Chris wasn’t sure if it was both conference extensions (Pyle and Lowell) or just Pyle, but for the time being we’re planning on it being in Grainger, where we had the December 6th event.
Also today, I got in touch with one of the MinneBar planners. They do not have a date yet. I’ve decided to take a vacation day the Friday beforehand though and visit North Dakota, since it’s one of only three state to which I have not been. Vermont and Louisiana being the other two (I’ve been to Texas a couple times, Arkansas a couple times and live in Alabama for 8 years, but no Louisiana). While living in Wisconsin, I am definitely not missing the opportunity to go to North Dakota. New Orleans and skiing in Vermont and can wait.
Tomorrow is my first meeting as president of the Madison Linux User Group. I want to discuss not always meeting on Fridays (mixing it up and doing one Tuesday and one Friday a month). I’m thinking of doing the Tuesday meeting with Web608 group. I wonder how people will feel about not everyone being Linux users. I guess I’ll see tomorrow night. I can’t forget the penguin! Also, I have a late (11:30pm) futbol match after the meeting, so I can’t stay at the meeting too long!
Anything you guys would like me to talk about in my next post?