On 11/01/[masked]:33 PM, Ryan Day wrote:
> Hello Everyone!
> I hope that you have made it through Sandy without a scare, yet managed
> to keep Halloween absolutely terrifying.
> Our November speaker, Karl, will be on a business trip during the meetup
> this month. So I wanted to ask the group the best way to proceed:
> 1) Anybody have a topic they would like to talk about? A presentation
> they want to polish? The next great thing in open source that needs an
> audience? Well come on down, and teach us all something new.
> 2) We can crash The Counter again and enjoy a relaxing evening. There
> are a lot of opportunities to discuss, hack-a-thons waiting to be
> planned, and space itching to be used.
> So please let me know if you have an idea. Otherwise we will default to #2.
I want to present python milter.
I did plan to attend a few meetings to see what was required for a
presentation. But if the well is otherwise dry, I could wing it. My
idea for a demonstration would include running sample milter code and
seeing the results on a live mail server (non-mission critical, of
course) via SSH (no pretty graphics - email policy is a text world). I
presume there is a projector to connect a laptop to and guest internet