This page is designed for WlugCommittee (or anyone really) to discuss possible speakers and progress on getting them here.
- Nokia - have made contact but no clues
- Intel - have made contact, "someone will get back to you"
- Sony - have made contact but no clues
- Novell - have made contact, "someone will get back to you"
- Dell/Lenovo - desktop Linux
- NZOSS - Mailed Don Christie (Feb?), no reply yet. Mailed Matthew Holloway (Apr 1). Would like to come talk, but probably can't arrange it. (transport/time off)
- OOo / INGOTS - Graham Lauder confirmed May 26
- Firefox 3 -- Robert O'Callahan has confirmed April 28
- Weta Digital - emailed
- WAND group do some interesting stuff, will see if they want to present anything..
MS4.G.02 is currently booked until November 24h 2008.
Contact JamieCurtis to book/rebook rooms if necessary.
"I'd like to know how to index and search the huge mass of documentation that comes with a Linux distribution. I want my own personal Linux Box Google. It would be a very useful thing for a Linux beginner to have, but it seems beyond a Linux beginner's abilities to set up. This makes me think it's a good topic for a WLUG to be teaching." --GlynWebster
"Is anyone else interested in a presentation of selling/using linux in the small to medium business ??" --AndrewThrift
- Linux Terminal Server Project
- Securing your network through use of SSL enabled services
A bit of notice that we are expecting distinguished guests to any particular meeting (email to the list would be nice - even an hour or two in advance)... --- LindsayDruett I'll make sure I announce my attendance to every meeting then, just for you Lindsay ;) --DanielLawson
- As soon as they are confirmed, they are posted on the Wiki. People usually prefer this to yet more email. :) -- GreigMcGill
- The basics of Emacs/Vim/bash(1), for those who are new to LinuxCulture but want to use more geeky^H^H^H^H^Hpotentially convenient tools. --JaredWigmore?
- A quick update/intro about TheHurd? -- Also JaredWigmore?.