OK People, the most kind David Malone in TCD will have a room sorted out
quite soon, for the first of what we hope to be fairly regular Dublin
meetings (http://www.linux.ie/DublinMeetings.html). The meeting is
tentatively scheduled for 14:00 15/1/2000, in the TCD Maths dept. More
details later, when I know more.
Can people that are availible to give a talk confirm with me, and state
Definite title of the talk
Order you'd like to speak in
Time you think it'll take (10-30 mins, with 5-15 mins Q&A).
What materials/help you'll need (for the first one, we mightn't manage much)
A URL that you are going to accompany the talk with
The level that the talk would be aimed at (simpler talks would be given first)
I think I'll start if off with "Using Mutt in work & at home", and if
someone would give a hand, how about a "Using Lego Mindstorms with Linux"
 An overhead projector shouldn't be a problem. A computer maybe a
problem. Remeber that though people would like to know about Linux, it
doesn't mean they want to spend an hour or three watching people type 
These talks should be interesting /and/ about Linux - walk throughs of
configuration files and lists of commands are not what we want to see.
"This product can do this, and this and this, this is why you would want
to use it, and this is where you can find out details, and my example
config files" is what we want to see.
 All talks must be accompanied by a "This is an introduction to
**blah**" HTML page, with some basic information so someone could decide
whether or not they would be interested in coming to the talk. The talk
would then expand on the subject, and be updated afterwards with all the
questions & answers that arose in the talk, so it could be a fully-flegded
review/tutorial of the talk, so we have content for the website.
 Eventually, we would like interactive tutorials, where there is a
computer for every few people, as Kevin mentioned at the last F2F.
However, this is down the road a bit still.
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