[plug] [SAGE-WA] Next meeting - Tuesday 6th May, 2008 - Michael Kleef from Microsoft

Patrick Coleman blinken at gmail.com
Fri May 2 20:33:05 WST 2008

Hi all,

The next SAGE-AU meeting notice is attached below.



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From: Andrew Shugg <andrew.shugg at member.sage-au.org.au>
To: SAGE-AU WA List <sage-wa at sage-au.org.au>
Date: Fri, 2 May 2008 07:40:51 +0800
Subject: [SAGE-WA] Next meeting - Tuesday 6th May, 2008 - Michael
Kleef from Microsoft
Hi all,

 Michael Kleef from Microsoft will be back with us again this month.  Mr
 Kleef is always entertaining so I hope you'll be able to join us.  If
 you're afraid of it being a Marketing Speak presentation, I'll quote him
 out of context:

 "For some time people have been saying that they are sick of PowerPoint
 based presentations. Personally I hate them too. I like to see how it
 works and what I have to do to get it working."


                SAGE-AU Western Australian Chapter Meeting

                           - 6th May 2008 -


 DATE:   Tuesday May 6th, 2008

 TIME:   6:00 PM (drinks), 6:30 PM (meeting)

 VENUE:  Moon and Sixpence British Pub
        300 Murray St
        Perth 6000

 .: AGENDA :.

 [6:00pm] Meet for drinks and chat at "The Stables" in the rear of the
 pub.  The area is roped off with signage announcing the meeting.

 [6:25pm]  Migration to the Raine Room of the adjoining Comfort Inn.

 [6:30pm]  Welcome & Weekly War Stories.

 [6:35pm]  Meeting commences.

  This month we welcome back Michael Kleef, who last presented to the
  SAGE-AU meeting in September 2007.

  Michael will be giving us a demonstration of Linux running happily as
  a virtual machine under Windows Server 2008, and will be sharing a lot
  more information with us about Windows Server 2008.  Bring along any
  Windows related questions that have been bugging you!  (Apart from
  ones like "why hasn't Windows XP SP3 been released yet?")

  Michael Kleef was an IT Pro Evangelist for Microsoft, Australia, but
  it was such a distasteful title that he has become a Technology
  Advisor instead.  Read his progress through this muddled world on his
  blog: http://blogs.technet.com/mkleef/

 [7:30pm]  Meeting close.  Migration back to the pub for beer, soft
 drinks, sandwiches, Q&A, and General Discussion of current IT issues.


 The Moon and Sixpence pub is located on Murray Street, Perth, between
 Queen and William Streets.  It is within easy walking distance of the
 Busport, Wellington Street Bus Station or Perth Train Station.  For
 those who are driving, Murray Street is one-way (east, towards the
 hills) with vehicle entry available from Milligan Street, the Freeway
 and West Perth.  Parking is available from one of several City of Perth
 carparks located along Murray Street, as well as in bays on Murray
 Street itself.  Find your way there with Google Maps!


 Or if that doesn't work, use the full URL below[1].

 You can also check the menu and beers list at their website:



 Please pass this message on to any other people that you know who might
 be interested in attending - system administrators, technicians,
 engineers, hobbyists, enthusiasts, etc. Everyone is welcome!  Permission
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 disclaimer or any other that may appear below.

 On behalf of SAGE-AU, I look forward to seeing you at the May 2008


 Andrew S.

 [1]  http://maps.google.com.au/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&time=&date=&ttype=&q=moon+%26+sixpence,+perth&ie=UTF8&ll=-31.951598,115.858598&spn=0.00985,0.016887&z=16&iwloc=A&om=1

 Andrew Shugg, SAGE-AU                 <andrew.shugg at member.sage-au.org.au>
 Regional Co-ordinator, WA Chapter      http://www.sage-au.org.au/rgwa.html


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