Thin clients/remote logins
On 9/20/05, Braun Brelin <bbrelin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> If I were to propose doing a series of workshops on Open Source
> technologies, can you all give me some thoughts on what sort of things
> like to see included?
>> I have several topics in mind...
>> 1. Developing software with Open source tools and programming languages
> A. Sourceforge
> B. Using Python
> C. Using Perl
> D. Using Ruby
> E. Developing software with JBoss
> F The open source mentality (Release early, release often)
> 1. The cathedral and the bazaar. Different approaches in software
>> 2. Open Source content management systems
> A. Zope/Plone/CPS
> B. Mambo
> C. Drupal
> D. (Some Java based CMS here).
>> 3. Implementing enterprise applications with OSS.
> A. Implementing LDAP
> B. Implementing SAMBA
> C. Implementing Mail using Postfix.
> D. Front end mail solutions, ex. Squirrelmail
>> 4. OSS for decision makers
> A. The myth of TCO
> B. OSS support systems
> C. How to go about migrating from Closed off the shelf (COTS) systems to
>>> These are some half-formed thoughts on the sort of topics to cover...
> Also, I'd be interested in any of you on the list would be interested in
> helping me present this. Note that presenters would get *paid* for doing
>> One last thought: Please, no flamewars on this technology or that, or
> religiosity. While it's sometimes fun to watch this in ILUG, I'd rather
> this thread as flame-free as possible.
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