"John P . Looney" wrote:
> Hey all. I'm thinking of organising a (slightly) Linux Oriented seminar
> called "Networking, A-Z". The idea being that it would be a
> most-of-the-day thing, starting with an introduction to TCP/IP, network
> hardware (how NICs work, line protocols), and building up to stuff like
> bluetooth, gigabit+ ethernet, routing, and finishing up with nasty complex
> stuff like how BGP and IPSec work.
Count me in (as an attendee) but in Jan2001, December is a BAD month to organise
I assume you mean dublin, if you make it during the week, i reckon i can get the
day off, but you might find not everyone can, so you might get more people
attending on a saturday. If you do go for a weekday, monday or friday might suit
those of us outside Dublin, I assume you intend this for Dublin..
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