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TCS Open House Photos by Richard Sanderson
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TCS Photos by Richard Sanderson
TCS Crew member David Harris (left) and TCS Chief Sysop Lou Dunham examine the latest Star Trek communicator technology.
TCS Software Architect Jon Thomason poses in the TCS Room with some of his look-alike friends.
Computers and penguins dominate the TCS Room. Computers marked with orange signs are slated for retirement, those with blue tags are keepers.
Another view of the TCS Room. Systems marked with orange tags will soon be retired, while the systems with blue tags will be retained.
This motley crew of penguins oversees all operations in the TCS Room, day and night.
In addition to food, the TCS Open House also featured hands-on demonstrations of TCS services in the tutorial room.
Those who didn't get enough to eat at the Pi's 25th Anniversary party the previous week could try again at the TCS Open House.
Hands-on demonstrations covered: the TCS itself (a set of online forums that were the original reason for founding the TCS), E-mail services via Apple Mail, E-mail services via Webmail, and SIG services via Web pages and mailing lists.
The mix of visitors to the Open House ranged from long-time TCS users to brand-new Pi members (and potential Pi members). Visitors came from Maryland, Virginia, DC and Pennsylvania.
Pi member Stuart Bonwit came to the Open House despite being injured in a fall.