Forum OpenACS Q&A: OpenACS Social in Boston - Friday June 1

Musea Technologies and Furfly will be co-hosting an OpenACS social on Friday June 1 at Musea's office in Cambridge. There will be BBQ, beer and Don Baccus.

If you're interested in attending, please email Talli Somekh at

Stay tuned for more details.


Posted by Don Baccus on
Just to make it clear, since we've now got folks scattered in various places around the globe and since one person asked ... this is Cambridge, Massachussetts, not Cambridge, England.
Nor is it:
  • Cambridge, Idaho
  • Cambridge, Illinois
  • Cambridge, Iowa
  • Cambridge, Kansas
  • Cambridge, Maine
  • Cambridge, Maryland
  • Cambridge, Minnesota
  • Cambridge, Nebraska
  • Cambridge, New York
  • Cambridge, Ohio
  • Cambridge, Vermont
  • Cambridge, Wisconsin
Posted by Talli Somekh on
Hey guys,

Please go to the Musea Technologies website ( and register for the social ( Please, please do this so that we know how many people to prepare for.

Also, Civilution will be co-sponsoring this gig along with Musea and Furfly. So everyone come on out!

Oh yes, aD employees are welcome to join, too. However, there will be some rules:

  • We will not be serving any java - er, I mean, coffee. Please bring your own.
  • You will not be allowed to interrupt an OpenACS community member while he or she talks. If you do, you will receive an immediate flame on all of the ACS bboards.
  • You will have to explain to the OpenACS'ers what the hell Oracle InterMedia does and how to get it to work.
Looking forward to seeing everyone who can make it there! Please remember to register.

hope things are going well.


Posted by David Walker on
I was hoping for Cambridge, Nebraska so I wouldn't have to drive so far.
Posted by Talli Somekh on
As an added incentive for registering for the social, you will receive the directions to the event location after you go to the Musea website and register (

Seriously, I know it may be a little early to ask people to go do this, but it will help us out considerably to have a reasonably accurate idea of how many people will be there.