[nSLUG] Next technial talk night topics

Mike Doherty doherty at cs.dal.ca
Tue Oct 8 00:38:09 ADT 2013

I did attempt to record my talk at the first session, and Yanick's was
recorded as he joined us remotely. Unfortunately, the quality is not
very good. You can find them both on my YouTube account:

If someone is interested in volunteering to record video at the event,
instead of recording presentations as screencasts, that'd be great.


On 13-10-07 11:42 PM, Michael Gillie wrote:
> Hey folks,
> It's really too bad that I can't attend these talks. I love the ideas
> that I am hearing in the mailing list. I was wondering if you guys would
> consider recording the seminars (video, and/or audio), and placing them
> on YouTube, Vimeo, or one of the many video posting sites. This would
> allow people who don't often get out, or (in cases like mine) can't get
> out due to geographical distances.
> This could make the effects reach further than one evening, and may even
> draw more interest from other people.
> Regards,
> Michael Gillie
> On 07/10/2013 8:27 PM, Trina Hanson wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> After tonight's technical talk, I suggested that we have one next
>> month and expand on the talk tonight of the CLI commands, which again
>> I would like to thank Corrie Watt for her talk tonight on the entry
>> level CLI commands  This talk would be a more in depth look at what
>> the commands can do and some more advanced commands one would use as a
>> super user on a day to day basis.  Another topic that I would like to
>> see presented is scripting for Linux, again starting from basic and
>> working our way up.
>> I would like to see the technical talks become a once a month thing,
>> and we could also still have the once a month get together at a coffee
>> shop for just some one on one /small groups time.
>> Cheers,
>> Trina
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