[clug] Anyone want to give a talk for this week's PSIG meeting?

Steve Walsh steve at nerdvana.org.au
Mon Feb 9 05:41:19 GMT 2009

Tim Rayner (and Mike Groeneweg) from AARNET gave a workshop at last 
year's Questnet conference "Configuring devices en-masse with Expect 
perl". I'm sure Tim (who's onlist) might be suitably press ganged into 
presenting a condensed version at a future PSIG.

There's also a whole bunch of SVN classes in CPAN you can look at....

jm wrote:
> Simon Pascal Klein wrote:
>> Anyone interested on doing a talk on git by chance? I’ll buy you 
>> coffee and such. ^_^
> Use of APIs to version control systems would be an interesting 
> extension to this. I'm looking (if I ever get around to it) writting 
> my own scripts to grab the config of routers/switches using ssh and 
> telnet to commit to subversion/git/etc when ever the config changes.
> Jeff.

Steve Walsh
Vice President / SysAdmin Team member- Linux Australia
Networks and Technology - Linux.conf.au 2008
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