[Wolves] Fwd: [Staffslug] Keele Film View & Informal Meeting - Monday 26th November

ArchLinuxUser dick_turpin dick_turpin at archlinux.us
Tue Nov 6 09:22:15 GMT 2007

Hi All

If anyone is in the Stoke-on-Trent area on the 26th of this month
please come along to the South Staffs Lug meeting at Keele university,
details below.

Kris Douglas did some cool 'minutes' of the last meet
http://images.centrosales.co.uk/General/south_staffs_lug_meet.htm so
this one should be pretty good.

Please bring your laptops, PDA's, Tablets, and anything else you can
carry, show off your pride an joy to other members. There's power and
possibly WIFI but I'm not to sure about Internet access.

Hope to see one or two of you there.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Peter Brooks <peter at theneb.co.uk>
Date: 5 Nov 2007 16:42
Subject: [Staffslug] Keele Film View & Informal Meeting - Monday 26th November
To: sc at mailman.lug.org.uk, staffslug at staffslug.org.uk, Staffs at mailman.lug.org.uk

Hello everyone,
After the good feedback from the previous meeting, I've going to be
holding another Meeting at Keele University on Monday the 26th of
November in the Chancellors building. Any other LUG's are welcome to
The meeting will start at about 6.30 and run until about 9 (if not later).

I'll be showing Revolution OS (http://imdb.com/title/tt0308808/) from
6.30 and then we'll have any informal discussion people wish to have.

To get to Keele please follow your favourite directions search engine,
when in the Keele bubble the best place to park is in the Chancellors
car park.

Keele's own directions can be found here:

Pretty much when you get up the Hill and enter Keele University
(You'll see lots of nice shiny IC buildings), follow the hill down
into campus.

At the roundabout after travelling down the hill, take the third exit
and follow the road until the next left, then take the next left and
park there.
You should then be outside the chancellors building, it's a very odd
building and has hard to find rooms but I will post directions to the
room with tux on them.

I will also try to get some photos of the key landmarks so you know where to go.

Hope to see you there.

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