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Re: [vox] So, who wants to present? :^)



NewBreedSoftware - TuxPaint and EDU initiatives?

:).

I had an idea about a speaker...But it may not be popular: Michael
Robinson of Lindows?

Matt

On Thu, 6 Feb 2003, Bill Kendrick wrote:

>
> Would anyone be interested in doing a presentation at the next LUGOD
> meeting?  (Monday, February 17th)
>
>
> There's a lot of stuff listed on LUGOD's "To Be Scheduled" page.
> ( http://www.lugod.org/meeting/tba/ )
>
> Google, TiVo, Sharp, TrollTech and VMWare are proving hard to pin down.
> The fellow from the Mozilla project might be coming in March.
> Robin Gross no longer works at the EFF (she's started her own company),
> so I need to track down someone else to come (maybe Seth Schoen?)
>
>
> As for talks that LUGOD members have offered to give, I've got:
>
>   * Evolution (Richard Crawford)
>
>   * Hands-on PC Building Demo (Doug Barbieri) [*]
>
>   * IBM <-> Linux (Donald Dunn)
>
>   * SGML, TeX (Henry House)
>
>   * DOS Under Linux (Mark Kim) [+]
>
>   * POSIX (Mark Kim) [+]
>
>   * Physical Security (Rusty Minden)
>
>   * XF86 Custom-Made Video Timings (Pete Salzman) [#]
>
>   * Writing Device Drivers (Pete Salzman) [#]
>
>   * Power Management (Mike Simons) [0]
>
>   * mmap IPC (Mike Simons)
>
>   * Debian Packaging System Tricks (Mike Simons)
>
>   * netselect[-apt] (Mike Simons)
>
>   * Local Debian Mirroring (Mike Simons)
>
>   * Fun with poll() (Mike Simons)
>
>   * PIC Microcontroller Dev using Linux (Steve Wormley) [@]
>
>
> Whew!  So...  any of you listed above feel like taking a shot at the next
> meeting?  Or would anyone else like to step forward?  At the moment, we
> have the entire year ahead of us free, except for 3 meetings (two confirmed,
> one waiting to get back to me).
>
> Let's schedule!!!
>
> -bill!
>
> --
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>
>
> [*] Is there still interest in this?  Maybe it could be a LUGOD-sponsored
>     workshop or presentation done with DCN or something...  And not
>     particularly Linux-related, but done by us cuz we're such a cool group ;^)
>
> [+] Whenever you're back on this continent
>
> [#] It'd have to be a Monday, right?
>
> [0] We should do this before the rolling blackouts come back :^)
>
> [@] Have you finished this project, yet?
>
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