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None Yet. Lots of discussion about ["Adhocracy"], including a brief demo and some technical details.

Unwire Portland: everyone here is pretty much ready to be done with it. Thanks, bye.

Request Tracker, Nagios and various other major web applications on bone are down until the new server is installed and running. Recommendation to use a wiki page to keep track of new nodes in the mean time.

There are no current known issues with NetworkOperationsTeam managed nodes. That doesn't mean there aren't any, only that we don't know about them.

PTP university is stalled at the moment; people have given us the impression that they need more Linux background rather than being thrown directly into node administration details. Other discussions about curriculum follow.
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Place and time: Old Town Pizza, 226 NW Davis, 14 September 2005 BR Scribe: KeeganQuinn BR Scheduled Time: 10-October-2005 Start: 18:30:00 PDT End: 19:30:00 PDT

Roll call: DonPark, KeeganQuinn, CalebPhillips, RussellSenior, AaronBaer

Agenda:

  • unwire portland final thoughts
  • NW wireless conference
  • node request tracking
  • PTP univ
  • outstanding node issues

Notes:

Lots of discussion about ["Adhocracy"], including a brief demo and some technical details.

Unwire Portland: everyone here is pretty much ready to be done with it. Thanks, bye.

Request Tracker, Nagios and various other major web applications on bone are down until the new server is installed and running. Recommendation to use a wiki page to keep track of new nodes in the mean time.

There are no current known issues with NetworkOperationsTeam managed nodes. That doesn't mean there aren't any, only that we don't know about them.

PTP university is stalled at the moment; people have given us the impression that they need more Linux background rather than being thrown directly into node administration details. Other discussions about curriculum follow.

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