Meeting Called to Order at 2:15pm
Today’s meeting was located at Christ the Lord Lutheran Church in Lawrenceville, GA.
Voting members paid dues prior to election:
- Mark Little – PayPal
- David Greelish – PayPal
- Jon Guidry – Cash
- Earl Baugh – Cash
- Nolan Gilmore – Cash
- Flash Corliss – Cash
- James Mahoney – PayPal
- David Trip – Cash
- Lynn Norton – Cash
- Alan Hightower – Cash
- Brent Carroll – Cash
- Brad Arnold – PayPal
- John Czerwinski – PayPal
- Joe Gilmore – PayPal
- Kyle Owen – Cash
- Ed Fair – Cash
- Earl Baugh – Only nominee / 10 votes
- Jon Guidry – Only nominee / 11 votes
- Alan Hightower – Only nominee / 9 votes
Updates/discussion for Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 8.0 plans from Earl Baugh:
- Still looking for venue. Must make decision by end of month
- So far the best lead is the Marriott at the intersection of Clairmont and I-85 but the current deal is $5K with a commitment to room rentals if our reserved block doesn’t sell.
- Some sponsorship opportunities exist. All still pending.
- Someone is in contact with Earl about combining our show with an Amiga meet-up/show
- From the list of locations pointed to by Cindy, there is a location up 400 that used to be an old Sears that now does conferences. Estimated 4K/sqft for $4K. Mark will forward details.
- Earl and Ed will interface with the museum on possibilities on hosting the show there either by wholesale rental of the space or the same relationship as past years
- Yet another open call for volunteers to scout places to rent.
- Recommendations from several people for Brian Kernighan’s new self-published book.
- Mention of some other UNIX history such as the discovery of print-outs of the original UNIX source code. LCM+L has actually booted the recovered code on a PDP7 and posted it on YouTube
- Nolan has submitted a design for VCF-SE 8.0 t-Shirt. Need to decide after we find a venue if we can do a run of shirts in 2-color print instead of single.
- Everyone had fun at the Lawrenceville Hamfest this past weekend
Meeting adjourned at 3:10pm
David Greelish gave a presentation on his new book project on the Apple Lisa.