[CLUG] May Canberra Linux Users Group meeting
bob at cs.anu.edu.au
Wed May 23 23:43:11 GMT 2007
I am pretty keen not to use the upstairs Staff room for CLUG meetings
anymore (as some of you may have guessed). Some reasons are:
- it splits the group,
- it requires two "ANU" people: one upstairs, one downstairs,
- requires cleaning (removing rubbish) upstairs and downstairs
- all sorts of problems with getting through the security doors
- sometimes speakers gear needs to be moved upstairs and down again
- etc. etc.
If people do want to move somewhere else to chat, there are a couple
of tutorial rooms and a small meeting room nearby to the seminar room,
but, again, I am concerned not to "split" the group. So, I would
recommend either: a) sticking with the current formula of announcements
and then informal chatting after the main presentations, or b) we have
yet another regular meeting with a less technical, more chatty focus.
Personally, I am keen to have regular talks with a bit of a technical
focus, followed by informal chatting time, with this list serving the
role of gathering together the wider Linux community in the Canberra
region. But maybe I am getting out of touch with the broader needs of
the local Linux users...
I am also keen to hear talks from many other people in the group - I
know many of you are doing really interesting things with this great
open source O/S we are all "playing" with.
Simon Pascal Klein wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-05-22 at 17:53 +1000, Chris wrote:
>> Canberra Linux Users Group Meeting - 24th May 2007
>> Date: 24th May 2007 (Fourth Thursday of the month)
>> Time: 19:00 - 21:00 (or when it finishes)
>> Speaker: David Tulloh and Andrew Tridgell
>> Abstract: David will be giving us some demo on GPS following a couple of
>> interesting discussions we have seen over the past few weeks on
>> the mailing list.
>> Followed by Andrew's talk on Samba clustering. In Andrew's
>> talk, he will
>> demonstrate to us connecting to a real cluster in Germany
>> and probably some
>> Samba code.
>> Venue: Room N101
>> Computer Science and Information Technology Building
>> North Road
>> The Australian National University
>> See http://clug.org.au/ for more directions and a map
>> Pizza and soft drink/juice. Come hungry and bring about $6
>> to cover the cost of your share if you want some.
>> If you would like to give a talk at a future meeting, please email me.
> Both talks go over my head. I was wondering whether it would be fine to
> for anyone else who'd like to chat with others but not disturb any talks
> to move upstairs to that lounging area we've been in once before?
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