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Re: The End of an Era

Mack Avery
 

Catching up on personal email,  so I am sad to see NUGA end.  I was introduced into NUGA in 2005 when I moved to Anchorage and it was the source of many friendships.  
I have moved to San Antonio in July of 2021 but I make at least one trip a year to visit family. 

I wish you all the best and special thanks to the Tibor brothers for all their involvement.  

Feel free to email me if I can help anyone. 

Mack Avery II

On Jan 10, 2023, at 14:48, Jerry Tibor <jftibor@...> wrote:



NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


Re: The End of an Era

David W. Monroe
 

Wow!  I know I also have been focused on many other things, but I always relate driving from Seward to Anchorage every weekend in 1997-1998 Winter season for the NetWare courses with Tom and then all the weekend classes in 2000 studying together for the big MSCE upgrade test (70-222?) from NT4.0 to 2000 with Beth and the members.  I also cannot forget to mention all of the computer build events and giveaways for charity over the years.

 

Great memories and a great organization.  Several other volunteer organizations and charities across the country are seeing a similar trend.  We just aren’t getting together like we used to.  I will miss you all and hope to run into you again soon!  I’m glad the listserv will stay up and running.  I do continue to look forward to the technical exchanges and see what you all are up to.

 

Thank you,

 

Dave

 

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From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Jerry Tibor
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 11:49 AM
To: Network Users Group Alaska List <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: [nuga] The End of an Era

 

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage. Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska. The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org [nuga.org]

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 



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Re: The End of an Era

Tom Bentley
 

Thank you for all your hard work.  NUGA was an important part of the community for many years.

On Jan 11, 2023, at 09:16, RONALD YEAGER <rony@...> wrote:

Thank you Jerry. NUGA was a very important group for me and the folks involved were instrumental in my professional growth. I joined to get exposure to the IT world and prepare for eventual/possible employment in IT. I did quite a bit of work as an independent contractor for many years, but remain in simulation. The education and encouragement that this group has provided has been immeasurable! 

Ron Yeager
(907) 229-8586
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On Jan 10, 2023, at 11:48 AM, Jerry Tibor <jftibor@...> wrote:



NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


Re: The End of an Era

RONALD YEAGER
 

Thank you Jerry. NUGA was a very important group for me and the folks involved were instrumental in my professional growth. I joined to get exposure to the IT world and prepare for eventual/possible employment in IT. I did quite a bit of work as an independent contractor for many years, but remain in simulation. The education and encouragement that this group has provided has been immeasurable! 

Ron Yeager
(907) 229-8586
rony@...



On Jan 10, 2023, at 11:48 AM, Jerry Tibor <jftibor@...> wrote:



NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


Re: The End of an Era

Roger Clifford
 

Look who's talking! :)


On Wed, Jan 11, 2023 at 5:32 AM Jim MacDonald <jim@...> wrote:
Another old name!

On Jan 10, 2023, at 17:17, Roger Clifford <rrcliff@...> wrote:


Many thanks to John and Jerry and everyone! I'm living abroad now but in years past I really enjoyed the meetings, friendships and pizza! What a journey! Enjoy your much deserved retirement. May God bless you!

Best regards,
Roger Clifford

On Wed, Jan 11, 2023 at 4:03 AM Jim MacDonald <jim@...> wrote:
Now there’s a name I’ve not seen in a very long time,,, a very long time indeed.


On Jan 10, 2023, at 1:53 PM, John Jenkinson via groups.io <jenkinsonjp=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

support


Re: The End of an Era

Jim MacDonald
 

Another old name!

On Jan 10, 2023, at 17:17, Roger Clifford <rrcliff@...> wrote:


Many thanks to John and Jerry and everyone! I'm living abroad now but in years past I really enjoyed the meetings, friendships and pizza! What a journey! Enjoy your much deserved retirement. May God bless you!

Best regards,
Roger Clifford

On Wed, Jan 11, 2023 at 4:03 AM Jim MacDonald <jim@...> wrote:
Now there’s a name I’ve not seen in a very long time,,, a very long time indeed.


On Jan 10, 2023, at 1:53 PM, John Jenkinson via groups.io <jenkinsonjp=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

support


Re: The End of an Era

Roger Clifford
 

Many thanks to John and Jerry and everyone! I'm living abroad now but in years past I really enjoyed the meetings, friendships and pizza! What a journey! Enjoy your much deserved retirement. May God bless you!

Best regards,
Roger Clifford

On Wed, Jan 11, 2023 at 4:03 AM Jim MacDonald <jim@...> wrote:
Now there’s a name I’ve not seen in a very long time,,, a very long time indeed.


On Jan 10, 2023, at 1:53 PM, John Jenkinson via groups.io <jenkinsonjp=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

support


Re: The End of an Era

Jim MacDonald
 

Now there’s a name I’ve not seen in a very long time,,, a very long time indeed.


On Jan 10, 2023, at 1:53 PM, John Jenkinson via groups.io <jenkinsonjp@...> wrote:

support


Re: The End of an Era

John Allen
 

All,

Thanks for everything.  I have missed our monthly meetings.  Hope it will get reconstituted at some point.  Take care and God bless NUGA members.

john


From: "Pat Borjon" <borjonx@...>
To: nuga@groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 2:18:01 PM
Subject: Re: [nuga] The End of an Era

I wasn't there often, but I had a blast volunteering w/NUGA at Northstar Elementary on Fireweed, donating nice PCs to children who couldn't afford them.  I'll never forget that.


On Tue, Jan 10, 2023 at 1:53 PM John Jenkinson via groups.io <jenkinsonjp=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
ditto

-John Jenkinson

On Tuesday, January 10, 2023 at 04:17:50 PM CST, Kurt Lamoreaux <klamero@...> wrote:


Thanks everyone for all your hard work over the years to support this. I have been long gone but appreciated the efforts to have a user group in Anchorage.

Kurt Lamoreaux 

Kurt

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> on behalf of Tim Watson <T.Watson@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 4:41:57 PM
To: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [nuga] The End of an Era
 

Thank you very much for all your work over the years!  

 

Tim Watson

Information Systems Auditor II

Phone:(907) 786-2835

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Jerry Tibor
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 11:49 AM
To: Network Users Group Alaska List <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [nuga] The End of an Era

 

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


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Re: The End of an Era

Pat Borjon
 

I wasn't there often, but I had a blast volunteering w/NUGA at Northstar Elementary on Fireweed, donating nice PCs to children who couldn't afford them.  I'll never forget that.


On Tue, Jan 10, 2023 at 1:53 PM John Jenkinson via groups.io <jenkinsonjp=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
ditto

-John Jenkinson

On Tuesday, January 10, 2023 at 04:17:50 PM CST, Kurt Lamoreaux <klamero@...> wrote:


Thanks everyone for all your hard work over the years to support this. I have been long gone but appreciated the efforts to have a user group in Anchorage.

Kurt Lamoreaux 

Kurt

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> on behalf of Tim Watson <T.Watson@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 4:41:57 PM
To: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [nuga] The End of an Era
 

Thank you very much for all your work over the years!  

 

Tim Watson

Information Systems Auditor II

Phone:(907) 786-2835

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Jerry Tibor
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 11:49 AM
To: Network Users Group Alaska List <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [nuga] The End of an Era

 

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


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Re: The End of an Era

John Jenkinson
 

ditto

-John Jenkinson

On Tuesday, January 10, 2023 at 04:17:50 PM CST, Kurt Lamoreaux <klamero@...> wrote:


Thanks everyone for all your hard work over the years to support this. I have been long gone but appreciated the efforts to have a user group in Anchorage.

Kurt Lamoreaux 

Kurt

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> on behalf of Tim Watson <T.Watson@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 4:41:57 PM
To: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [nuga] The End of an Era
 

Thank you very much for all your work over the years!  

 

Tim Watson

Information Systems Auditor II

Phone:(907) 786-2835

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Jerry Tibor
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 11:49 AM
To: Network Users Group Alaska List <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [nuga] The End of an Era

 

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


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Re: The End of an Era

Randy Cler
 

Thanks for all you did.   Enjoy retirement to those who have.   I sure do!! 


On Jan 10, 2023, at 2:54 PM, Peter Barclay PCNI <admin@...> wrote:



I’m sorry I couldn’t get to more meetings!

 

Really appreciate all the work done to pull this together over so many years.

 

If there are others wanting to re-formulate the user group at some point, I would be willing to help out.

 

Peter Barclay

https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-barclay-pcn/

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Tim Watson
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 12:42 PM
To: nuga@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nuga] The End of an Era

 

Thank you very much for all your work over the years!  

 

Tim Watson

Information Systems Auditor II

Phone:(907) 786-2835

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Jerry Tibor
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 11:49 AM
To: Network Users Group Alaska List <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [nuga] The End of an Era

 

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


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Re: The End of an Era

Kurt Lamoreaux
 

Thanks everyone for all your hard work over the years to support this. I have been long gone but appreciated the efforts to have a user group in Anchorage.

Kurt Lamoreaux 

Kurt

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> on behalf of Tim Watson <T.Watson@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 4:41:57 PM
To: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [nuga] The End of an Era
 

Thank you very much for all your work over the years!  

 

Tim Watson

Information Systems Auditor II

Phone:(907) 786-2835

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Jerry Tibor
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 11:49 AM
To: Network Users Group Alaska List <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [nuga] The End of an Era

 

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


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Re: The End of an Era

Jeremy Austin
 

I'm of an era that was greatly encouraged to discover that things like NUGA existed (hey! there are others like me!) but never did make it to an in-person meeting.

Long may she wave, and thanks for all the many fish,
Jeremy

On Tue, Jan 10, 2023 at 3:48 PM Jerry Tibor <jftibor@...> wrote:

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 



--
Jeremy Austin


Re: The End of an Era

Peter Barclay PCNI
 

I’m sorry I couldn’t get to more meetings!

 

Really appreciate all the work done to pull this together over so many years.

 

If there are others wanting to re-formulate the user group at some point, I would be willing to help out.

 

Peter Barclay

https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-barclay-pcn/

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Tim Watson
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 12:42 PM
To: nuga@groups.io
Subject: Re: [nuga] The End of an Era

 

Thank you very much for all your work over the years!  

 

Tim Watson

Information Systems Auditor II

Phone:(907) 786-2835

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Jerry Tibor
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 11:49 AM
To: Network Users Group Alaska List <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [nuga] The End of an Era

 

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

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Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


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Re: The End of an Era

Tim Watson
 

Thank you very much for all your work over the years!  

 

Tim Watson

Information Systems Auditor II

Phone:(907) 786-2835

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Jerry Tibor
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2023 11:49 AM
To: Network Users Group Alaska List <nuga@groups.io>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [nuga] The End of an Era

 

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


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The End of an Era

Jerry Tibor
 

NUGA began in the late 1980’s as the Novell Users Group of Anchorage.  Over many years, it gradually morphed into the Network Users Group Alaska.  The constant focus through all of that time has been an emphasis on IT training, education, and community service.

 

The last few years made it impossible to gather monthly as we always had.  Other changes have also happened during this time.  Four of the five NUGA board members have now retired and 2 have already moved out of state.  This will make it impossible to continue as a group in the way we have in the past.

 

The NUGA email list will continue since it is hosted by a free service not associated with our website host.  Like the AKLUG list, it will continue as a forum for important announcements of interest to the IT community.

 

Anyone who paid dues for 2021 or 2022 was issued a refund since we didn't have any meetings in either of those years.

 

All good things must come to an end and it seems the time has come for the end of NUGA.  We value all the friendships we have made over more than 30 years and thank you all for your support and attendance at meetings, training events, and community service projects.

 

Thank you!

 

The remaining NUGA Board members,

 

John Tibor

Mike Preskitt

Jerry Tibor

 

--

 

Jerry Tibor
Vice-President, Network Users Group Alaska
http://www.nuga.org

 

jftibor@...
(907) 786-4734 - office

 


Windows SPNEGO vuln CVE-2022-37958 reclassified as Critical (RCE)

Royce Williams
 

https://thehackernews.com/2022/12/microsoft-reclassifies-spnego-extended.html

Now reclassified as Critical because of newly confirmed proof of remote code execution (RCE). Has been described as wormable. Windows 7 family (workstation class and server class OSes) and up affected. SPNEGO is used by SMB, RDP, and HTTP (and therefore, IIS). Covered by this week's Patch Tuesday patches.


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Royce


recent OpenSSL 3.x vulnerabilities

Royce Williams
 

Apologies for not sending this sooner, and glad that it's (so far) hard to exploit, but for what it's worth, here's what I know:

https://www.techsolvency.com/story-so-far/cve-tbd-openssl-3.0.7-critical/

A different approach this time - Google Sheet. The first tab is the most useful for general "what do we know" stuff. as time allows.

By far, the best reference for affected/unaffected software/orgs is:



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Royce


Re: PC Parts - Free

Jerry Tibor
 

Hi Sue,

 

Thanks for the offer!  NUGA is no longer accepting equipment donations because of the pandemic and also because our service project coordinator has moved out of state.

 

If anyone else can use those items, feel free to reach out to Sue offline at the email address below.

 

Jerry

 

From: nuga@groups.io <nuga@groups.io> On Behalf Of Sue Darby
Sent: Saturday, March 26, 2022 9:06 AM
To: nuga@groups.io
Subject: [nuga] PC Parts - Free

 

I know at one time this group used to take in donated PC parts to build Linux machines for Northstar Elementary (my kids went there at one time a long time ago!). I have a pile of parts with at least a couple working boards, cpu, ram cooler setups along with misc cables, a case etc. Does anyone know someone who'd want them?

 

I'm in the Valley and am tired of tripping over the box of stuff! LMK if someone wants them!

 

Thanks!

 

Sue Darby ~ Technical Writer

Remote.

907-707-5654 Alaskan Time

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