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Wednesday February 1, 2006
Start: 18:00
End: 20:30

Our very first meeting ever.

Basic plan: start at 6pm with informal talk, pizza, etc. Then at 7pm move into our agenda for the evening: finding out who everybody is and what everybody wants from the group.

Monday February 20, 2006
Start: 18:00
End: 20:00

Board meeting location varies; usually at a restaurant in Santa Rosa. Send email to if you’re interested in attending.


  1. Mailing list setup; announcements to both lists or one list?

  2. Location for next board meeting.

  3. Anybody want to be webmaster?

  4. Flyers

    • Anybody want to work on content? Chris said he’d do layout for a flyer if somebody else would write the copy.

  5. Upcoming meetings

    • March: Mark’s SPAM talk

    • April: Decru/NetApp; still not confirmed

Wednesday March 1, 2006
Start: 18:00
End: 20:30

Enterprise Spam Filtering Using Open Source Tools

Mark Linford of Santa Rosa Junior College

Anyone with an email address is well aware of the problem of spam, or unsolicited bulk email. Though there are many commercial applications available to help enterprises cope with spam, their cost usually puts them out of reach of all but the largest corporations.

Mark Linford of Santa Rosa Junior College will discuss how their campus used off-the-shelf computer components and SpamAssassin (a popular open-source spam prevention system) to deliver commercial-quality spam filtering at a fraction of the cost.

Monday March 27, 2006
Start: 18:00
End: 20:00

  1. Roll Call
  2. Approval of minutes from last meeting
  3. Items carried over
    1. Flyers — Eric needs to write copy
    2. Associations with other groups
      1. SAGE —
  4. Upcoming meetings
    1. April: Disaster Recovery / ADIC?
    2. May: Nagios monitoring / IT Groundwork
    3. June: Storage Security / Decru
    4. July: ???
    5. August: ???
    6. September: ???
    7. October: ???

Wednesday April 5, 2006
Start: 18:00
End: 20:30

What Disaster Recovery Plan?

Tina Amper, Blue Sky Solutions / ADIC and Greg Nunes, ADIC

What if power went down or your facilities are flooded? How well can your organization handle and survive a disaster or business interruption? Best practices for business continuity and disaster recovery management are discussed in this talk.

Greg and Tina will be available to answer questions about Disaster Recovery, backup solutions and ADIC’s products during and after the presentation.

ADIC will be providing free pizza and soft drinks. There will be a free drawing for an iPod Nano and some other giveaways. Bring a business card for the raffle.

Monday April 24, 2006
Start: 18:00
End: 20:00

  1. Roll Call

  2. Meeting at O’Reilly

  3. Building Membership / getting the word out

  4. Items carried over:

    1. Flyers — Eric still needs to write copy

    2. Associations with other groups

      1. SAGE was approved; nothing’s happened there

      2. LOPSA’s starting to come together

  5. Upcoming meetings

    1. May: Nagios Monitoring / GroundWork

    2. June: Storage Security / Decru

    3. July: Patch Management

    4. August: ???

    5. September: ???

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