|Alex Ruijie Fang on 3 Nov 2016 20:07:33 -0700|
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|Re: [PLUG] Speaker(s) for the November 2nd PLUG CENTRAL meeting|
If I don't get interrupted, I just started writing a few slides for a
very short talk "High-performance PHP on Apache using mod_proxy_fcgi
Also, since the Norristown Route 100 line is running and I live near
69th Street Terminal, I can drive 3 from 69th Street. Leaving at 6:30 PM.
On Sun, Oct 30, 2016 at 08:14:48PM -0400, Eric Lucas wrote:
> 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
> 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
> we can discuss it.
> On Tue, Oct 25, 2016 at 10:57 PM, Eric Lucas <email@example.com> 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:
> > Eric
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