Feb CLUG 28th

Patrick Cole z at amused.net
Wed Feb 27 21:31:23 EST 2002

Tue, Feb 26, 2002 at 03:16:00PM +1100, Burn Alting wrote:

> This may sound a little stupid, but perhaps over the months we can get 
> EVERYONE to talk.
> Basically, I was thinking that anyone who wants to, or can be cajoled by 
> friends or the person sitting next to them, could get up and give a brief 
> talk on what they do in the Linux/computing field. I think this might 
> generate more interest in the meetings ... besides, you get to know more 
> people and they may be in a field that you are interested in. You can always 
> introduce yourself to them and talk with them later over pizza. 
> It doesn't matter if a person's talk is for 5 minutes or 20 minutes.
> I don't suggest we commit the whole meeting to it, but over the next few 
> months we get four or five people (or more) to talk each night ... besides 
> it's an excellent form of "Networking". Fortunately CLUG is still small 
> enough to do this.

If people want I could do a brief talk and demonstration on deity, the tui/gui frontend
to APT i'm working on for debian.

Patrick Cole - Debian Developer <ltd at debian.org>
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