[SGVLUG] Who wants to be the President... (was Proof of
bbacker at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 29 11:13:58 PST 2006
How about just printing email from this list
showing that this issue was discussed or
that the event was announced on the list?
Presto - that's the newsletter.
It does seem like they are expecting *far*
too much organization when they ask for
a note from your president... :)
Or heck - just tell them you're the copresident.
You don't have to tell them how many copresidents
--- "Emerson, Tom" <Tom.Emerson at wbconsultant.com> wrote:
> > -----Original Message-----
> > Dustin Laurence
> > For anyone else thinking of attending, I'm forwarding on this
> > correspondence. I guess not everybody is SCALE.
> > Dustin
> > ----- Forwarded message from Aurelia Negrerie
> > HI Dustin,
> > A note from the president of your group ...
> The position is open -- or, more accurately, "vacant" -- anyone want
> "officially" be the president?
> (at best, Mike is and I was the "moderator" -- I think David has
> the title of press relations, or at the very least doesn't mind
> the point on this...)
> > [...] or, if you have to pay to join the group,
> Free Beer! Free LUG!
> > If none of these are possible options, please bring a
> > newsletter you receive.
> Newsletter? We have a newsletter? That's news to me! :)
> I don't suppose our webpage would qualify -- that's the closest thing
> have to a "newsletter" as anything else.
> > ... membership in either case seems to be determined by who
> > is on the email list. It's hard to prove that, though. We
> > could create a LUG PGP key, but it's hard to see how you
> > would verify that the public key is valid.
> Not a bad idea -- we could create said key at next month's meeting
> (as a
> bit of "show and tell" on how to do pgp keys) and have
> in attendance sign it with their key (and reciprocally sign theirs as
> well). The fact that the lug's key is signed by so many lends
> to it's validity, and anyone signed by that key would be a defacto
> "member". (or I suppose we could make a signed list available as
> appropriate -- probably just by name only as people tend to be
> about easily accessed lists of e-mail addresses...)
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