It's been awesome seeing everyone helping to setup our new lab, and I
definitely want this to keep rolling. So tomorrow (Wed) at the same bat
time, same bat channel (Votey 367 @ 7pm), we'll be continuing with our
sordid adventures into vintage hardware restoration, supercomputer
development, and generally nifty hacking projects. I've got my hands on
an old Palm IIIe with a serial docking station, and I'd love to try and
get a Linux console on the little bugger. I'm collecting the *.prc's to
go for it, but if anyone wants to help out on Wednesday, it could be just
one more fun thing to throw into the mix along with bringing up some more
of the boxes, and developing our own Linux distro to install of some of
them. On a final note, I want to draw attention back to the CSSA website.
There hasn't been any activity there in quite some time, and HTML being
the extremely simple language it is for rapid prototyping, I don't see
that we have any excuse for leaving the damned thing in constant
construction mode. So let's put some effort into making it look nice this
Finally, WE HAVE A MEETING THIS THURSDAY WITH THE ADMINS!
= CS BoA Meeting with Graduate Students and CSSA on 10/25 at 1.45pm
= From: Xindong Wu <[log in to unmask]>
= Hi CS Graduate Students and CSSA Members:
= According to the CS BoA agenda below, the following meeting has been
= scheduled for all of you to meet with the CS Board of Advisors:
= 1.45pm Meeting with Graduate Students and CSSA
= on Thursday, October 25 in Kalkin Hall Room 225. Would you please all
= try and come?
Be there or be square. Catch ya on the other side of the monitor, kids.
Keep on hackin' in the Free world,