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Re: [tlug] Call for speakers for September TLUG meeting

If anybody's interested, I could do a presentation on DocBook and
on generating HTML, PDF, and groff man-page output from a DocBook
XML source document using the DocBook XSL stylesheets.


Zev Blut <> writes:

> On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 23:53:01 +0900, Mark Sargent  
> <> wrote:
> >Zev Blut wrote:
> >
> >>Hello all,
> >>
> >>We currently do not have any speakers lined up for our September
> >>meeting.  Would anybody like to volunteer to give a talk?
> >>
> >>Thanks,
> >>Zev
> >>
> >Hi All,
> >
> >how about David and his adventures with MythTV.? Come on, Dave, come on  
> >down!! Cheers.
> Yes that would be good too!  We need some speakers.
> If not I may be resort to showing videos of usage of a Genera
> Symbolics Lisp Machine for development or a lecture from part of the
> SICP book or Alan Kay talking about Smalltalk.
> I am sure some of you will groan about the next two ideas, but here
> they are anyway:
> A discussion about a few Linux and BSD distributions comparing them
> with regards to ease of installing new software versus staying with a
> specific version of software, but maintaining security and bug
> patches?  I am sure some of you could volunteer to discuss the merits
> of your favorite distro with regards to the above.
> Demonstrations of how to use (X)emacs and Vi by those who are willing
> to call themselves power users.  Some of us learn best by seeing how
> others use his/her preferred editor.
> Maybe we will finally get a demo of Plan 9, by someone who knows how
> to use it?
> Come on volunteer to talk about something!  We won't bite,  at least
> not hard ;-)
> Best,
> Zev

Michael Smith

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