Just a few announcements this time around:
- All domains changes mentioned last week have taken effect, so we should be all set to continue building out our online presence. Hooray and thanks to Comtech + CSC IT for making that happen.
- I met with a few officers from NC State's chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) on Thursday. Looks like there's quite a bit of shared interest between our organizations and plenty of room for collaboration! In that spirit, we are in the planning stages for a joint event that will tentatively be taking place in March, so stay tuned for that.
- As a reminder, our public and members-only forums are located at https://forum.lug.ncsu.edu/. That Discourse instance and pertinent DNS records have been fully migrated/pointed to Char; I would like to thank Michael Marley for making that happen (along with the majority of the migration-related work). Round of applause
Finally, the topic of the meeting this Tuesday: in light of the completion of the infrastructure changes we began last semester, and since I have no speakers scheduled for Tuesday, we will make it a Hack Day. For those not familiar, Hack Days are informal meetings where attendees work on LUG projects, personal projects, get help with *nix's, relax and commiserate. I personally will be bootstrapping https://opensource.ncsu.edu/, and anyone who's interested in working on that is invited to join. It will be located on our public GitHub at https://github.com/ncsulug.
See you folks Tuesday!