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    • New note by bobjonkman 12 December 2017
      And just to get this thread in the appropriate hashtag lists: #KWLinuxfest #Linuxfest #GNULinuxfest #Kitchener #Waterloo #Ontario #Canada
    • New note by bobjonkman 12 December 2017
      We're looking for a new venue, too. Possibly one of the local tech companies that uses and contributes to GNU/Linux and #FreeSoftware
    • New note by bobjonkman 12 December 2017
      I know... The founder and primary organizer Colin Mills @_c_jm@twitter.com is a student at Conestoga College so we were holding the event there. But there was a strike by Ontario's college staff and faculty, and the school year got compressed, so the venue was no longer available on the original date, and Colin will be […]
    • New note by bobjonkman 11 December 2017
      93.6% in fact. I'm having a 50% probability of errors while mathing today.
    • New note by bobjonkman 11 December 2017
      If you've got a 6.4% probability to miss in all three turns, then for the next three turns I would expect a 93% probability of getting at least one hit -- much higher than the probability of missing three turns in a row again!
    • New note by bobjonkman 11 December 2017
      Exactly! So if your typical hit rate is 50%, but you have a run of misses, then for the next run I would expect a hit rate of 50% -- much higher than your previous run of misses! :-)
    • New note by bobjonkman 11 December 2017
      OK, what do this company do? "$COMPANY invests in and supports experienced operators and world-class researchers to build transformative businesses and products for global markets based on classical technologies."
    • New note by bobjonkman 11 December 2017
      Do they publish a calendar in machine-readable format? ie. iCal or CalDAV or even just a static .ics file? #CALSCH
    • New note by bobjonkman 11 December 2017
      Poor you. I haven't needed to touch ArcServe in over a decade, back on Novell Netware systems. Whenever there was a problem, ArcServe was always a contributor, somehow.
    • New note by bobjonkman 11 December 2017
      That's not incorrect. If your unit misses several times, then you should expect to hit more frequently after a run of misses, assuming your normal average of hits is greater than zero.

Pictures of #SysAdminDay Dinner 2017 at @Abe_Erb » Something is funny – #SysAdminDay 2017

Something is funny - #SysAdminDay 2017
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Something is funny at the System Administrator Appreciation Day Dinner at the Abe Erb Restaurant and Brewery on Friday, 28 July 2017

Picture by Laurel L. Russwurm, used under a CC-BYCC BY 4.0 license.

 
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