[clug] Slides from June 2019 meeting

Neill Cox neill.cox at ingenious.com.au
Sat Jun 29 08:37:32 UTC 2019


Please give it a rest.

I downloaded the slides and read them. On their own they are a very high
level summary of a complex topic but they are not a text that is
linguistically difficult to follow.

We understand that you did not enjoy the talk or find it useful, but not
every talk will please everyone and CLUG is intended to cater to a range of

Some talks will be highly technical. They don't all need to be aimed at

I am sorry that I missed Brad's talk as it is the sort of talk that appeals
very much to me.

Clearly it didn't appeal to you but please let it go. At this point your
criticism is neither constructive or helpful.

Perhaps you will enjoy the next talk.

On Sat., 29 Jun. 2019, 18:13 Bryan Kilgallin via linux, <
linux at lists.samba.org> wrote:

> Thanks, Brad:
> > For those interested - I guess not Bryan - I've uploaded my slides
> > from the other nights meeting to
> >
> http://quark.humbug.org.au/publications/CLUG-Technology_Comparisons_20190627.pdf
> .
> I selected all in that PDF file. And I pasted it into a text editor.
> Next I replaced bullets with spaces or new lines. Then I moved the text
> into a reading checker. Adding new lines where words ran into each
> other. The result is that the reader should be a career academic!
> {Indication of the number of years of formal education that a person
> requires in order to easily understand the text on the first reading
> Gunning Fog index:      59.00}
> https://www.online-utility.org/english/readability_test_and_improve.jsp
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