[Luna] Hello

Christopher Benjamin Coffey Chris.Coffey at nau.edu
Tue Mar 26 09:42:03 MST 2019

Hi Kyle,

I have access to astro folks, and NAU students which we can advertise the meetings to. If we held meetings on campus it would likely get attended better by students of course. I can definitely help with those logistics.


Christopher Coffey
High-Performance Computing
Northern Arizona University

On 3/26/19, 8:53 AM, "Kyle Nathan Winfree" <Kyle.Winfree at nau.edu> wrote:

    Shane, long time no hear!  Since you’re asking this question, I presume that means you're still in Flagstaff?  I could have sworn I remembered you moving out of state…?
    Agreed with Patrick, up for either/both, but with a nudge towards meeting every other month until we have a critical mass that suggests monthly would benefit the group.  Maybe the first meeting could be completely social, as I know it’s been many
     years since we have meet.
    Chris Coffey (on the list) might be best tapped into a stream of NAU students, and might have some ideas on hosting non-food related meetings on campus.
    Do we still have any connections to USGS Astro or non-Astro?
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    On Mar 25, 2019, at 8:56 PM, Patrick Fleming <pat at rwcinc.net> wrote:
    I'm up for either/both. 
    I do remember having the presentations as well as Install Fests. 
    On Mon, 2019-03-25 at 15:18 -0700, Shane Lofgren wrote:
    Are you proposing just the email list or monthly in person meetings as well? We also held some presentations in the past. 
    Shane Lofgren
    On Mon, Mar 25, 2019, 2:46 PM Patrick Fleming <pfleming at fusd1.org> wrote:
    There has been a new interest in the Linux Users of Northern Arizona group. I set up this Mailman mailing to try to get a few of the old gang back in touch. The list is set up as a discussion list so any email will go to everyone.
    Let’s see if we can get the critical mass back.
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