Elizabeth Krumbach on 14 Dec 2005 17:00:38 -0000

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January Meeting Topic and Location

I've been thinking about the upcoming Montgomeryville meeting topic and
location. It's scheduled for Monday, January 16th.

I was very pleased with how the first meeting went, but think it would be
good to move us into having actual presentations now. I figure we can
start small, a few people come in with a few short presentations.

My idea for a topic of these presentations is:

"Programs and Tricks in Linux that Changed My Life"

OK, it's a bit tongue in cheek ;) But the idea is that there are tools you
use that when you discovered them made a significant change in how you
computed. A favorite window manager? A mail client? A newsreader? A chat
program? A clever blending of tools? Just throw together some notes
(possibly screenshots or demo on a laptop?) and be prepared to share your
discovery with us.

I'm going to present on using screen + irssi (irssi.org) + Bitlbee

As for location, we don't have one. Anyone have any ideas or offers? It
would be helpful to have access to a projector, but just a table with a
computer that we could huddle around might work too ;)

Elizabeth A. Krumbach // Lyz@PrincessLeia.com

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