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sal
March 3rd, 2007, 10:44 AM
Hello, I'm Sal. Co-Team Leader for the Ubuntu New York loco team. I would like to take a moment and welcome all to the New York team forums of UbuntuForums. While you're here, please think about joing the NY loco team if you currently reside in New York state.

All the information can be had at the NY loco team wiki:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NewYorkTeam

Once again, thanks for stoping by our little section of the forums,
Salvatore C. - Co-Team Leader Ubuntu New York Loco Team

RAV TUX
March 5th, 2007, 02:13 AM
Hello, I'm Sal. Co-Team Leader for the Ubuntu New York loco team. I would like to take a moment and welcome all to the New York team forums of UbuntuForums. While you're here, please think about joing the NY loco team if you currently reside in New York state.

All the information can be had at the NY loco team wiki:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NewYorkTeam

Once again, thanks for stoping by our little section of the forums,
Salvatore C. - Co-Team Leader Ubuntu New York Loco Teamcogratulations!...btw my IRC nick is ravtux, and my e-mail is jozef@cafeubuntu.com for your wiki page

sal
March 5th, 2007, 10:00 AM
cogratulations!...btw my IRC nick is ravtux, and my e-mail is jozef@cafeubuntu.com for your wiki page

ok, it's fixed now :)

Stereotypical Rage
March 9th, 2007, 07:45 AM
Hi Sal. I live in Buffalo, NY a good 8hrs. from you. When I address you, I feel weird as that is my name as well. =P I shall post a little bit about myself later today or when I get home from work tonight.

Hendrixski
April 14th, 2007, 01:48 AM
Thanks. The forums are very friendly and have a very strong sense of community. But now I feel even more connected because I can chat with people who live close to me.

I may have met some of you at UbuCon, where this all got started. I was the guy up front with a Black uDIG shirt over a white long-sleeve shirt.



Hi Sal, I live in Rochester, it's about an hour away from you. :-) If you ever go to any of the NYC events and want someone to split the gas cost when car-pooling just give me a buzz.

sal
April 16th, 2007, 09:23 PM
Thanks. The forums are very friendly and have a very strong sense of community. But now I feel even more connected because I can chat with people who live close to me.

I may have met some of you at UbuCon, where this all got started. I was the guy up front with a Black uDIG shirt over a white long-sleeve shirt.



Hi Sal, I live in Rochester, it's about an hour away from you. :-) If you ever go to any of the NYC events and want someone to split the gas cost when car-pooling just give me a buzz.


sounds cool. thanks for the offer :)

Amanda HazLaPaz
May 31st, 2008, 04:42 PM
Hello, I'd like to step forward and be counted. I live nowhere near a major city. I live along the road between Binghamton and Albany, almost at the halfway point. The nearest major population center of note would be Oneonta.

It's about five hours to Manhattan, two to Albany, two to Syracuse, and four to Rochester.

But this amazing thing called the Internet is useful for forging strong relationships even with people far away! (a friend in Minnesota turned me on to Linux in the first place)