[clug] Anyone want to give a talk for this week's CLUG meeting?
nightweaver at gmail.com
Tue May 22 00:39:43 GMT 2007
On 5/22/07, Simon Pascal Klein <4pascal at tpg.com.au> wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-05-21 at 08:00 +1000, Chris Zhang wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Currently there is no talk scheduled for this week's CLUG meeting.
> > If you'd like to give a talk at this week's meeting, or a future
> > please drop me a line.
> > regards
> > Chris Zhang
> I'm wondering whether we could hold an open discussion session re events
> and clug. With the recent events going on (LA at CeBIT, SLUG's BootCamp,
> the BarCamps, ...) and some interest displayed over the CLUG list and
> generally within the community I think it might be time and useful to
> dedicate a good hour to discussing some of the things clug or a group of
> cluggers might or might not want to do.
> Also there was some interest in a Canberra FOSS media group. Discussing
> that and perhaps organising a first meeting (Pancake Parlour!, 1st Thurs
> of every month?) would rock.
> So we've got:
> - BootCamp
> - BarCamp Canberra
> - Canberra Open Media Group(?)
> - Software Freedom Day(!)
> - ...? :)
> # SLUG BootCamp
> Linux Australia had a stand at CeBIT which was so successful that SLUG
> decided to host a BootCamp -- essentially an introduction day to
> GNU/Linux (the free desktop, not the kernel) and free software. I
> attended that over the weekend and it went beautifully. We had a total
> of about 90 people show up.
> I posted some thoughts re the BootCamp:
> I noted there was some interest in perhaps hosting a CLUG BootCamp. Also
> BarCamp Canberra really needs to happen and having a chat about each of
> these not in segregated small groups but as a whole would really be
> helpful in getting stuff done?
> Just some thoughts. :)
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Assuming I have it in my hands before the meeting, would anyone be
interested in installing/watching linux be installed on a cherry PS3?
I can't guarantee anything, but if I get some positive responses, you might
just see an unfamiliar face lugging a large box around on Thursday evening.
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