[Digitalarchivists] Chris

John Shutt john.d.shutt at gmail.com
Tue Oct 15 20:43:24 UTC 2013

On 10/15/2013 01:02 PM, newmy51 at gmail.com wrote:
> I'll try and temporarily stash the cameras somewhere safe at
> Noisebridge for you/Dany/John to pick up at your leisure.  I'd offer
> to meet you at the general meeting (especially since NB heads still
> need to hear our plea for the darkroom), but the fungus club -- for
> which I am the librarian -- is having its own general meeting is at
> the exact same time.
> On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 12:57 PM, newmy51 at gmail.com
> <mailto:newmy51 at gmail.com> <newmy51 at gmail.com
> <mailto:newmy51 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Vinay,
>     Meetings are weekly at 6:30PM every Thursday at Noisebridge.  I
>     don't think any admin/mod access is needed for wiki edits, but in
>     case I'm wrong, I've left Miloh a message.
>     Thanks for your help!
>     -Danny
>     On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 11:48 AM, Vinay Pimplé
>     <vinay.pimple at gmail.com <mailto:vinay.pimple at gmail.com>> wrote:
>         Hi,
>         I am fine with working on the Wiki, and putting up minutes,
>         etc. I want to attend until the end of November when I will be
>         going away for a couple of months. I am sorry I couldn't
>         attend the meeting last week. When is the next meeting (time
>         and day)?
>         Thanks
>         Vinay
>         On 10/15/2013 11:26 AM, newmy51 at gmail.com
>         <mailto:newmy51 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>         DA List,
>>         I'm going to be out of town... again... this time till mid
>>         November.  I was planning on being able to at least make the
>>         next meeting, but my schedule simply won't allow it.  That
>>         said, I need to hand off the cameras to whoever a: wants
>>         them, and b: is willing to show up for the next few Thursdays
>>         and bring them with.  I'm leaving this Thursday morning, so
>>         drop me a line ASAP.
>>         As a side note, the single greatest good any one or more
>>         persons could do at this moment is buffing up the wiki. 
>>         Whoever wishes to take on that task will win a place in my
>>         heart so tender and special as to defy description.  It needs
>>         general info, meeting notes/summaries of past meetings, links
>>         to relevant sites & materials, and whatever other sprucing
>>         will make it spiffier than the sad, neglected piece of
>>         digital paper it is now.
>>         Available here and by phone (5056709090 <tel:%285056709090>)
>>         for the next two days.  Otherwise, catch you on the flip side.
>>         -Danny
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> -- 
> Danny Newman_
> _
> _
> Founder_
> Sociedad Micológica de Bolivia
> www.kallampas.org <http://www.kallampas.org>
> _Librarian_
> Mycological Society of San Francisco
> www.mssf.org <http://www.mssf.org>
> _Parataxonomist_
> Desjardin Lab, Harry D. Thiers Herbarium
> San Francisco State University
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I'll be around for the next Thursday meeting, and could hold onto the
cameras, unless Chris has that under control. I've been talking with
Parker Higgins, who has a rare foreign sci-fi book he wants to scan, and
was going to suggest the Thursday meeting as a good time to do that,
since a bunch of us will be there. Does that sound good to everyone, or
do you think there's more we need to do with the scanner before it's
ready for an actual job?

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