kevin lyda writes:
> On Wed, May 10, 2006 at 02:07:20PM +0100, John Barrett wrote:
> > Would it be worth organising regular, purely technical meetings? Do
> > people have enough issues to discuss to make it worthwhile? Can
> > GNU/Linux users converse without pints in front of them? :)
>> I think it would be interesting. I've been free-time deprived for the
> past year but there have been several good talks that have been mentioned
> on the list organised by various groups over that time.
>> If I have the time I'd certainly go. Several people here have mentioned
> experiments with asterix, mythtv and some other interesting foss projects.
> I know from the few installfests I've gone to I've learned a lot on the
> hardware/video side and I've been able to help people on the s/w side.
> In general these things are very informative for all who participate.
>> I also think things like this could breathe new life into ILUG which
> could probably use it at this point.
informal talks would be cool alright. Nothing too formal though --
having to do up slides would be a bit of a PITA ;)
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