[Auugps] [AUUG-Talk]: What to do with two boxes of AUUG documents and photos?
raf at raf.org
Tue May 12 09:37:54 AEST 2020
I can scan some photos too if that helps.
Jon Wright wrote:
> In Sydney (but not Western Sydney) - happy to work through the boxes and scan photos if that is useful.
> Jon W
> > On 11 May 2020, at 3:11 pm, Lawrie Brown <Lawrie.Brown at canb.auug.org.au> wrote:
> > Hi Steve and all
> > Sadly, given how defunct AUUG is, I suspect not a lot of interest.
> > If the bulk is AUUGNs, then they can be discarded, as they've all been scanned
> > and are online.
> > Photos etc may be of interest. I agree minutes etc likely not. Anything really important should have been included in an AUUGN.
> > Is there anyone in, I think, western Sydney interested enough to take a look?
> > And sorry to hear we've lost Chris too. Sigh.
> > Regards
> > Lawrie
> > On Mon, May 11, 2020 at 03:02:10PM +1000, steve jenkin wrote:
> >> I got a call from Esther Vance, the widow of Christopher Vance (AUUG Board Member), just now.
> >> She’s selling her home and wanted to do something with two boxes of AUUG related documents and photos found in the double garage.
> >> I’m guessing they’re ~52L movers “book boxes” as she described them as ‘heavy’.
> >> If full, book boxes would be 30-45kg each.
> >> Esther is happy to ship the boxes, though if there’s 75kg+ of stuff, maybe we also need to figure out a cheap way to send them on.
> >> It may be worth preserving photos, but old records of AUUG - accounts and minutes I’m guessing - maybe not.
> >> I didn’t ask what state / city she’s in, nor the deadline.
> >> Greater Sydney?
> >> regards
> >> steve j
> >> --
> >> Steve Jenkin, IT Systems and Design
> >> 0412 786 915 (+61 412 786 915)
> >> PO Box 38, Kippax ACT 2615, AUSTRALIA
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