CCN News!
Last Updated: 18 November 1998

CCN's First Monthly Social A Success!

         About Thirty Chebucto Community Net users packed into Bob and Lori's Food Emporium for the first CCN monthly social gathering. Regular CCN Users, volunteers and members of the CCN Board mingled and traded tips and info in the two hour gathering. The age of attending users ranged from eight months to seventy years.

         Judged a success by organizers, the Social enabled members of the Chebucto community to put faces to oft-read names from email and Usenet and to hear from other people on CCN how things were going. Your humble correspondent has to report the coffee was quite good too and recommends that attendees of future Socials held there bring their appetites along with them.

         A date for the next Social has not yet been set. Watch here for more as it comes in.

Old CCN Domain Names Expire!

         The old CCN domain names ccn·cs·dal·ca and cfn·cs·dal·ca are being officially retired at the request of our upstream service provider, the Network Operations Centre at Dalhousie University. All links and bookmarks to pages and addresses on CCN using these names will soon no longer work. Changing these links and addresses to now will ensure trouble-free continuing access to them.

         Over the next couple of weeks all references to these outdated addresses will be purged from CCN files and documents including User Profiles.

CCN Call Centre Starts Operation Friday!

         A volunteer-operated call centre to help bring in much needed members' donations will be running this Friday evening and Saturday afternoon (Nov. 20 and 21) and for the next couple of weekends. Space for the centre and facilities were graciously donated by Dalhousie University in their Life Sciences Centre. Volunteers are still needed to help man the phones and stuff envelopes. Munchies will be provided as well as other surprises.

         Please come on in and help out, we can use a hand here.

CCN Needs Your Help!

         We're a volunteer-run net which means we need people to volunteer to keep it going. Got a skill that is not being used to its best advantage out in the real world? Just want to help pitch in? Check here for more information on what you can do to help.


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Andrew D. Wright,


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