[nSLUG] Non-install stuff that fits installfest lessons

Chris Jordan cjordan at cs.dal.ca
Tue Jan 16 22:47:28 AST 2007


Well, failing a good idea I vote we play Doom on the installfest  
network :D

Chris

On 16-Jan-07, at 10:25 PM, Robert Ashley wrote:

> Chris invited participants to bring any old Linux challenge to the
> installfest, not just installations.
>
> I'd like to solicit suggestions for a topic (other than installation)
> that really suits a one-on-one, shoulder-to-shoulder, Linux
> teaching/learning encounter like the installfest offers.  Some of the
> things that mystify me that maybe watching and doing with an
> experienced Linux hacker might be: compiling a kernel, adding software
> which isn't in the standard repositories, a demonstration voyage
> through the file system, kewl or routine stuff you do with emacs or
> vim or LaTex, web development with Linux tools, or just plain kewl
> stuff miscellaneous.
>
> What do you think would be a valuable learning experience in this
> person-to-person context? I thought I'd pick one or two topics, run
> them by Chris, see if he can pair me up with someone familiar with
> them.
>
> Thanks, really appreciate it.
>
> bob
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