On Sun, Aug 08, 1999 at 05:39:47PM +0100, Kenn Humborg wrote:
>> So, what do people want to hear about and/or discuss? Obviously,
> the possibilities are not limited to the above...
Well, the response has been enthusiastic! One offer to talk.
No opinions on what you all want to hear about.
Come on guys, let's get some feedback here. Do you want
beginner, intermediate or advanced stuff? Is anyone here
able to talk about any advanced stuff? Would you like
howtos, backgrounders or bitching sessions? Hey, even
'all of the above' would at least be something!
When I looked over my post, I realised that people might have
got the impression that I know about those 'deep magic' topics
I mentioned (busses, interrupts, kernel debugging and assembler).
I don't. I was hoping someone else would and we could put
together a seriously cool technica session.
> Some of us think that a less formal format than last year would be
> better. There will be a couple of straight talks targetted at
> non-geeks, but I'd like a more interactive format for the technical
> side. Something like birds-of-a-feather sessions.
Has anyone been to a birds-of-a-feather session at any serious
conference? How are they structured?
> I imagine that we'll have enough time to hold two or three sessions.
> (Owen, how soon will you know how much time and space we'll have?)
Any further info, Owen?
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