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Meetings This WeekMain Meeting - Tuesday, 22 Jun - 5:30 pm (6:00 pm meeting start) - 8:00 pm
Digital Photography - Friday, 25 June - 9:30 am (10:00 am meeting start) - noon
Due to all of the recent COVID restrictions introduced in Sydney and surrounding areas, and after an email and discussion with Alex Zaharov-Reutt, we have decided that our Main Meeting should be a virtual one and not face to face.
We will use ZOOM for our Main Meeting, and Alex will provide the login details before the start time.
— Ron Ferguson
June 2021 Main Meeting
Well, we were going to have another hybrid meeting this month, but given the Delta COVID variant of concern that has caused the resumption of mask-wearing on public transport and mask-wearing indoors in various LGAs, which includes the City of Sydney, we have decided to hold the June Main Meeting virtually this month.
Meeting details below, but first, the invite:
Topic: SPCTUG June Main Meeting
Time: Jun 22, 2021, 06:00 pm Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Join the Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 843 2167 2019
This month, we'll take a look at the improvements to be delivered in Windows 11, which will be unveiled to the world on June 25, Australian time.
Windows 11 has leaked onto the Internet, and it looks like a bit of a blend of Windows 10 and macOS — more a gentle evolution rather than any kind of revolution.
We've downloaded it, and we'll take a peek at the leaked version and see what it looks like, so we can compare it to what Microsoft actually launches at the end of this week, where they'll also announce when Windows 11 will be available.
There's also the upcoming iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS 12 and more. Apple's recent keynote had some great demonstrations of how it will all work, and we'll explore some of those new features, with the public betas coming in July and the final versions due in September or October this year.
There will be other interesting news and gadgetry, as well as answering your questions, so see you at 6pm on Tuesday night via Zoom!
Cheers and best regards,
The Sydney PC User Group invites you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Digital Photography Meeting
Time: June 25, 2021, 10:00 am Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Join the Zoom Meeting at:
Meeting ID: 835 7352 9283
The Meeting topics include:
- Nothing beats a quality Photobook for capturing, sharing, and preserving the best moments of your life.
- We'll see how creating beautiful Photobooks is neither costly nor difficult but is very rewarding.
Members Photo Invitation: Choose an "old" photo of a person, place or event and email it by June 23 to email@example.com for reminiscing and comment.
Q & A Forum.
Over to you for general discussion.
I am hoping to see you there.
— John Lucke
Schedule of Current & Upcoming Meetings ‡
40 2021/06/05 — 14:00-17:00 — 05 Jun, Sat — Penrith Group, Penrith City Library
41 2021/06/08 — 17:30-20:30 — 08 Jun, Tue — Programming, L1 Woolley Room or via Jitsi
42 2021/06/11 — 10:00-12:30 — 11 Jun, Fri — Friday Forum, L1 Carmichael Room
44 2021/06/15 — 09:30-12:30 — 15 Jun, Tue — Tuesday Group, L1 Woolley Room
45 2021/06/19 — 13:30-16:30 — 19 Jun, Sat — Web Design, L1 Woolley Room or via Zoom
46 2021/06/22 — 17:30-20:30 — 22 Jun, Tue — MAIN Meeting, L1 Carmichael Room or via Zoom
47 2021/06/25 — 09:30-12:30 — 25 Jun, Fri — Digital Photography via Zoom
48 2021/07/03 — 14:00-17:00 — 03 Jul, Sat — Penrith Group, Penrith City Library
‡ As decided after assessing the Members' wishes (resumption of face-to-face meetings) via the latest Online Survey.
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