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> murph wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 12:17, hv <[address removed]> wrote:
> I think you misunderstood my question: what topics would generate
> interest so that somebody (maybe me) might talk on same?
> You're right, I misunderstood.
> Really, I'm up for just about anything. System administration, backups,
> regular expressions (with some practical examples)
OK, for system administration......what?
Rolling out large sets of servers? Monitoring with some kinds of
tools? Cluster build-outs? Storage? Specific interoperability and/or
services like Samba?
Some specifics might be passed over to the NYLUG people so we could
increase our odds of a speaker on a particular topic....
regular expressions.....as inside a programming language? or just
into shell stuff?
> I'm not as interested in media (like TV) and gaming, but I still
> wouldn't mind seeing a presentation on them.
Well, the media thing from Boxee is just because I think Boxee could
be an important 'thing' the same way Roku and that stuff might be....
Gaming, don't really know.....
Programming? how about really really quick GUIs in tcl/tk?
I know that well.
Shell programming, somebody said. To what level? From a complete
standing start (beginner) or more mid/advanced topics?
Like I noted before, a good place to start is the list of stuff
from NYLUG because we might be able to get those speakers to
come across the bridge. Plus, there is a ready list of topics