[clug] anyone keen to talk at March CLUG, Thursday 24th - Suggested Topic: "Using Linux for your personal computer"

Bob Edwards bob at cs.anu.edu.au
Wed Mar 16 22:33:43 UTC 2016

On 17/03/16 08:23, Randall Crook wrote:
> I'm happy to talk about my ownCloud environment and how I have it
> working across multiple platforms.


> Randall Crook
>> All
>> So I should have started chasing this sooner, however I have not yet
>> lined
>> up someone to talk at CLUG this month.
>> Does anyone have something cool they would be keen to share?
>> Maybe something more programming or similarly oriented such as some
>> python
>> framework or tool that rocks your boat, or maybe some analysis on what
>> (open) tools can be used to work with large data sets (such as street
>> maps,
>> gps, government data such as that analysed in the Open Gov
>> competitions).
>> Possibly a comparison of some tools you get to use regularly and why
>> they rock.
>> Who knows maybe a talk about cool lesser known linux utilities and
>> ways they
>> are fantastic could be fun.
>> So anyone keen to talk and share some interesting geeky
>> linux/open/free
>> software/open hardware related fun?
>> Cheers
>> see You
>>     Steve
>> --
>> Steven Hanley sjh at svana.org http://svana.org/sjh/diary
>> people, we are standing at ground zero of the feminist revolution
>> yeah, it was an inside job stoic and sly ...
>> why can't all decent men and women call themselves feminists?
>> out of respect for those who fought for this
>>    Grand Canyon - Educated Guess - Ani

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