[nSLUG] The "I would like to do a talk" talk's title
zak.martell at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 09:25:43 ADT 2016
Aha I didn't mean to "clickbait" mostly why I added the second part "a dos
story" hoping that it shows I am saying it sucks because of the ability to
DoS easily and not due to anything else and thoughts become "oh it's just
easy to attack story".
I wanted some interesting title and unfortunately in these days my thoughts
tend to have some clickbait-like title. I have no prior title writing
knowledge so I follow similar other titles I hear.
Btw, I am not going to mention any advantages of Apache nor does it come
out in the end showing it as strengths, maybe in another talk I can do a
comparison or something of some sort. It's strictly why Apache sucks, but
keeping in mind myself who actually doesn't hate it.
On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 7:36 AM Joel Maxuel <j.maxuel at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would agree. There is a popular one out there (gets presented at Linux
> expos) called "Linux Sucks" - the first half going about the frustrating
> parts of Linux, such as fragmentation, systemd, et cetera. But in the end
> (spoiler alert), it ties into the end that they are really strengths.
> Although I preferred the "Linux is Freaking Weird" presentation by the
> same guy (Bryan Lunduke).
> Joel Maxuel
> "One should strive to achieve, not sit in bitter regret."
> - Ronan Harris / Mark Jackson
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 7:00 AM, Corrie Watt <corriewatt at gmail.com> wrote:
>> My thoughts on titles for talks/articles:
>> It seems that 'click-bait' titles for articles and talks are the
>> flavour-du-jour. I have noticed this practice becoming more and more
>> prevalent, even amongst the educated. I have no opinion as to whether
>> this is good or bad; it appears to be a result of trying hard to get
>> people to read one's online offerings. To me, it is the quality of the
>> content that matters -- silly title or not.
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