As an experiment, on June 20th the dBug Cafe´ met at the Georgetowm Starbucks, with mixed results (see Comments below.) Watch this space for further experimental meeting places south of Downtown Seattle on dates that would otherwise see us meeting at Dino’s in Renton. –Dick Harrell
Welcome to the dBug Exchange. You may have visited our previous online presence at http://www.dbug.org; this site replaces it and going there redirects you here. For more information, visit the “About this site . . “ link in the menu. Add this site to your Bookmarks or Favorites. The previous site has been permanently taken down.
On Sunday, May 17th, at 9:40 AM PDT, Curtis Snow, a long-time member of dBug, our technical specialist, and a great friend to the entire Macintosh community, passed away. We celebrate his life and his memory, and wish him well on his further travels, wherever they may take him. For details on his burial, see the “In Memoriam” page..
I removed a bunch of older comments from last year. They were, in the main, announcements of meetings and reports of meetings no longer current. – Dick H
The Office Applications Special Interest Group is back in business. It’s an online forum as it was in the past. John Livingston is still the SIG leader. Read more via the Special Interest Groups page. (posted by Dick Harrell)
Our treasurer, Richard Knights, reports that annual dues renewal notices have been mailed. Thanks for supporting dBug in the past and for your renewal. Note that days for SIG meetings are not correct in the mailing, but they are correct on the calendar on this site. (Posted by Dick Harrell)
The About this site . . . page has been completely revised. The Special Interest Groups page has been updated with fresh information about the FileMaker Pro Group and the Mac Genealogical Group. A new Membership page has been added with information about joining or renewing with dBug. Use the menu at the left (at the top on mobile devices) to visit the new pages.