Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Earth Connector for Revit - updated

Just recieved via email...

Updated Version

In response to your feedback, as well as to support Revit 9.1, we have released an updated version of Earth Connector, downloadable here. This version provides:

  • Improved Material Colors on Compound Structures, such as walls and roofs
  • Improved handling of curved surfaces
  • Support for Revit 8.1, 9.0 and 9.1

Thursday, October 12, 2006

AU Feature

I've just been informed that I've been one of a selected bunch chosen by the Autodesk University committee and they'll be highlighting me on the autodesk.com home page as part of a 2 week AU feature that will be live from Oct. 31-Nov 15

So you'll get to look at my ugly mug online very soon...

ain't life grand ... a very happy blads :)

Next Meeting

Our next meeting is scheduled for
Tuesday 24th October

at the usual time (6:10pm). We will be providing pizza and softdrinks/water for attendees. We'll begin arriving at approx 6, but, don't worry if traffic will keep you, come along anyway, you'll still be welcome!

Sunday, October 08, 2006

New Build of Revit 9.1 available for downloading

As mentioned in the AUGI Revit Forums:
A new build of Revit Building 9.1 and Revit Building Series 9.1 has been posted to the Autodesk Revit web site(refer to link above).

Build 20060810_2300

(10th August, 2006 at 11:00pm - for those that didn't know what the build numbers stand for)

Happy Downloading!

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

AUGI BoD 2007-2009 Term Nominations

October 3rd is just the beginning... of what? A fantastic and rewarding experience for any hardworking volunteer!

So what’s happening that Tuesday? Members are given yet another way to be involved with AUGI. You can do this either by nominating someone for the Board of Directors or throwing your own hat into the ring for the next term.

Being a Director requires some work, effort and carries responsibility, but it offers many rewards as well. So how do I apply, you may ask? All the details can be found in the AUGI Bylaws located at AUGI.com. under Article IV.

If you are considering running for the Board, keep in mind that they meet in person three times per year. In January, June and at Autodesk University near year's end (for a combined total of about two weeks minimum). There are also monthly teleconferences to keep everyone on the same page. So, you can anticipate about 15-20 hours per month (maybe more, depending on the level of your involvement).

Nominations need to be submitted to the AUGI Secretary no later than 5pm EST Tuesday, October 24, 2006.