> Anyway, after that experience, I'd like to encourage more
> BOF-like sessions at future meetings. We just need two
> things for a BOF:
>> 1. A topic with a short list of starting points for discussion
> 2. Someone who knows a little bit about the topic to
> 'chair' it. (I hate that word 'chair'. Sounds way
> too formal.)
I'd love to see a more advanced/in-depth openGL discussion (there seemed
to be a fair bit of interest in it). If Kate doesn't want to chair it,
I'll do so (unless someone else would prefer to do it). It might be an
idea to leave it for a while, though, seeing as there was a talk about it
at the weekend.
autoconf/setting up a programming project the right way.
How to do nifty things with VIM.
Would it be possible to have a machine or two with internet connectivity
at BOFs so any disputes could be settled by RTFMing?
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