In the next meeting we will look at and discuss the changes and features in the last two Windows 10 updates 1709 (Creators Fall) and 1803 (April 2018 Update) which started rolling out on the 8th May after being delayed. We will look at some issues which have been reported as well as possibly attempt a clean install during the meeting.
This is a change to our previously published programme and following the Committee meeting on 28th March we have moved the AGM to June 20th this year.
At our next meeting we'll take a look at the upcoming Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Long Term Support) release which will be released the week after our meeting, on April 26th, and will be supported for 5 years.
We'll take a look at new features since the last LTS in April 2016 and the last 17.10 development release last October, both for the desktop and under the hood.
Just a reminder that the next meeting in June will be our AGM.
At the Committee meeting held recently we decided on the following list of future events, but as always, if someone else would like us to introduce some other topics we would delighted to accommodate them.
|ICENI Future programme 2018/2019|
|May 16th||Windows 10 Update||Michael et al|
|June 20th||AGM plus||All|
|July 28th||DigiKam and other Photo database software.||All|
|August 15th||Summer Social Evening - Treble Tile,
Compasses Holbrook or Sun Dedham otherwise TBA
|September 19th||Programming languages||All|
|October 17th||Robotics and Augmented Reality||All|
|November 21st||Slide/Video Evening||All|
|December 19th||Gadgets and Party Evening||All|
|January 16th||Winter Social Evening - TBA||All|
|February 20th||NAS + RAID + storage solutions||All|
|March 20th||New Devices and hardware SSD||All|
|April 17th||Mac Evening||All|
|May 15th||AGM - Computer Surgery||All|
The Social evenings dates and venues are just suggestions at this stage.
Our meetings are held at the Bourne Vale Social Club, Halifax Road, Ipswich IP2 8RE , for a map and other details please see the website.
Membership fee currently £12, visitors free.
"ICENI does not have any Insurance cover for computers or other equipment so please be advised that you bring machines to the club at your own risk."
However many household insurance policies will include cover away from home often with no increase in premium. (Ed.)