The Bring-up Team are responsible for getting Linux to run on new hardware before the hardware is actually manufactured.
A local business person is setting up a hylafax server with a web-based front end. She needs help installing and configuring up the servers and designing the web interfaces as well as implementing a backup and recovery strategy for the servers. She would like remote configuration services designed so that she can manage the servers from wherever she is.
An example of the web services to be provided can be seen at http://www.faxme4free.net/newindex.html
The Department of Horticulture at Washington State University in Pullman, WA, USA seeks applications for a talented, enthusiastic web application developer to join our expanding team. The developer must be able to work both independently and within a team environment. Enthusiasm and flexibility in working on a variety of projects are also necessary. The ideal applicant is someone who enjoys technical challenges and the satisfaction of overcoming them.
WSUcon, now on its 8th year, is an annual lanparty hosted by WSU's Linux Users Group. We have a room for both computer gaming with gigabit switches, and a console gaming room. Expected attendance is the capacity of the rooms, so come early to grab a good spot! It starts in the evening and goes for a full 24 hours filled with official tournaments with prizes ranging from copies of the Orange Box to stacks of DVDs and such. Currently the planned tournaments are:
You ever notice how many users in the IRC channel seem to always be online, yet when you speak to them, you may or may not get an answer? They do this by leaving a client connected all the time, whether or not they are sitting at the keyboard. This means that they can pick up the conversation when they return, and that other people can leave them messages.