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The President's Message

by Steve Schiffman

This month you will find a couple of changes to our SIG's and their meeting dates. Internet SIG leader Dave Watson is not able to keep up with the weekly IRC chat due to his frequent out of town job assignments. We are therefore moving the Internet SIG from its current weekly IRC chat format to being a live SIG on our 3rd Saturday of the month meeting date. Dave Watson will continue as SIG leader. The Internet SIG will alternate every 3 months with the General Interest SIG giving GIG SIG leader Tony Butka time off to handle some other SCOUG assignments.

Second, the Help Desk IRC chat will move from Monday's at 7pm to Wednesday's at 7pm. This on-line help session, moderated by Steven Levine (MrKIA contributor) is for discussion and help about OS/2 Warp software, hardware, applications and networking. Join the Help Desk IRC sessions by pointing your IRC client to the #SCOUG channel at This chat channel is provided to us by Suntrix Systems, We thank them for their support.

The live Help Desk SIG continues on its normal schedule of the Monday night after the 3rd Saturday of the month at 7pm at Eastside Christian School - Heritage Campus in the school's computer lab. This is the time for you to bring in your computer and software to get assistance resolving problems you may be encountering with OS/2 Warp. We can also provide assistance in getting you computer to work on a network including access via an xDSL line or cable modem.