Eric Lucas on 30 Oct 2016 17:14:54 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Speaker(s) for the November 2nd PLUG CENTRAL meeting

The list is weak - we need lightning talks people.  Step up.
(It's 5 minutes for cryin' out loud.)

1.  Taken by Chuck C.: topic is TBD
2.  Taken by: Eric Lucas - Two Linux Mint Cinnamon hacks to increase usabililty.
3.  To be announced (see note below)
5.  [your name here]
6.  [your name here]
7.   [your name here]

I've been contacted by a teacher from LaSalle University High School
He is advising two students who want to do a Lightning talk about their
project with was built with Linux.  In return, they'd like feedback from us.
I said *YES* of course.

We need three (or even four) more speakers. 


P.S. if you have a "maybe" idea and want to talk about it reach out to me and
we can discuss it.

On Tue, Oct 25, 2016 at 10:57 PM, Eric Lucas <> wrote:
We've discussed having a lighting talks meeting for November so let's do it!

There are already two volunteers (they are BCC'd on this email) but we need more.  If we allow for time to switch presenter's computers on the projector as well as the usual idle questions and/or heckling we should be able to accomodate 7 (+/-) speakers.

Please send me your name, email (should be obvious but you never know), and a title or *brief* description of the talk.

Last time we were there the video choices for the presenter's laptop video connection was SVGA and HDMI. If you need something different I'm afraid you'll have to bring it or look for loaners.

Also, if your presentation (including your slide) work on a networked Windows 7 computer then you're in luck... one of those is attached to the lectern (or podium, or whatever).

Speak up!  Sign up!

It's easy, it's short, you have an attentive audience, and we (almost entirely) polite.

1.  Taken by C.C. - topic is TBD
2.  Taken by C.V. - topic is TBD
3.  [your name here] 
4.  [your name here]
5.  [your name here]
6.  [your name here]
7.   [your name here]

Thanks, see you in 8 days:


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