Newsletter for 8 October 2007

Posted on 8th October 2007, Categories: Newsletter

All,

Firstly, welcome to the Computing Society - if you're a seasoned veteran of IRC or just a newbie OpenArena player there's lots planned for the next few weeks. A list of everything happening over the next few days is below, keep an eye out for any further updates.

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This week:

- Monday, 18:30, Pub Social, Phantom Coach, a small group will leave from the Department of Computer Science at 18:15 and wander over (directions - see below)
- Tuesday,19:00, S0.10 (Social studies, Ground Floor), Introductory event, Warwick Game Design Society
- Wednesday, 19:00, Learning Grid Presentation B, Warwick GNU/Linux User Group Meeting
- Friday, 18:00, Department of Computer Science Tech Team Meeting
- Friday, 20:00, Weekly Gaming, CS0.01 , Computer Science Department
- Friday, 20:00, XING (Programming, Bug fixing, Development), CS0.01, Computer Science Department

(Please see: http://www.uwcs.co.uk/society/events/all for updated list)

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- The EGM, due to be held on Monday is cancelled. See email update for more news.

--- Phantom Coach Pub Social ------------

The Social starts at 18:30 at the Phantom Coach on the A45 - Google Map here. At 18:15 a small group will leave from the outside the Department of Computer Science and head over to the pub.

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Society Books: WUGLUG and CompSoc have the opportunity to request
sample review books from O'Reily, in return we have to write a small
review. You can request that we ask for a book by emailing the WUGLUG
list.

Network Cable: Can be obtained by emailing the exec, cost 0.40 + 20p
per metre, e.g. 0.40 + (5 x 0.2) = £1.40 (5 metres), 0.40 + (10 *
0.20) = £2.40 (10 metres) etc.

Disk Space: Why not upgrade your CompSoc account disk quota? £2.50
for 500Mb, email the tech team to upgrade your account.

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Thats all for now folks!

Si Hammond

Postgraduate - PhD,
High Performance Systems Group,
University of Warwick, UK