What is RMIUG?
RMIUG (Rocky Mountain Internet Users
Group) is a group that meets once every
other month to learn about the Internet through
presentations, information sharing, questions
& answers and informal conversations. We typically
have about 100 people attend our meetings which
are at the NCAR auditorium in Boulder (see below).
Our usual meeting day is the second Tuesday of
the month, from 7:00 - 9:00 pm (exact meeting
details are posted to rmiug-announce ~week before
the meeting). It should be noted that RMIUG is
not a formal organizations and has no legal status,
no money/dues, and everything is run by volunteers.
There is an optional half-hour period from 6:30
to 7:00 for refreshments and informal networking.
We start at 7:00 sharp with general announcements
from us and the audience. Our featured presentation
will usually start around 7:15-7:30 and last about
an hour. Minutes from the meetings are posted
to rmiug-announce within a week of the meeting.
Our World Wide Web Server (http://www.rmiug.org/)
is the best and easiest way to see what we have
done and about us.
There is no cost for attending the meetings or
joining the group ... but we may pass the hat
at a meeting to cover the room cost if we don't
have a sponsor. BTW, if you (or someone you know)
is interested in sponsoring a meeting (we'll put
your advertisement on the back side of the agenda),
pls contact the Executive Committee (email@example.com).
NCAR -- National Center for Atmospheric Research
-- in Boulder, is located on the west end of Table
Mesa Drive, up the hill, right under the Flatirons.
Park in the NCAR lot, go in the main door, and
ask the guard to point you to meeting.
The RMIUG Executive