[olug] 2015 is almost here. What are your plans?
dakoris73 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 24 07:18:38 CST 2014
I just thought I would comment on this topic. Being a newbie to the group
and to the Linux world, I really like the idea of seeing some basic topics
being presented, and I also like the idea of seeing how others have learned
and used linux in both their home and work networks. I would be interested
in seeing a presentation on various options for doing backups both locally
and remotely, and would love to see some show and tell segments as well.
Overall, I've enjoyed attending the meetings, and looking forward to
another year of learning and socializing with this
great group of individuals.
On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 9:46 AM, Jay Hannah <jay at jays.net> wrote:
> Programming? I'd be happy to present anything Perl anyone's interested in.
> > On Dec 12, 2014, at 6:51 AM, Jon Larsen <jon at jonlarsen.us> wrote:
> > It's almost 2015, time to start thinking of your New Years resolutions.
> > Why not say to yourself, I should present at OLUG.
> > We are looking for presenters for Q1 2015 (January 6, February 3, and
> > 3). Presentations can be as short at 20 minutes or as long as 1 hour.
> > Please let me know if you would like to present.
> > Also, what topics are you interested in hearing about?
> > Do you like the basics or more advanced topics?
> > Do you want to mix it up and have a meeting that is a mini-install fest?
> > Would you like a show and tell segment during the meeting?
> > Do you prefer more hands-on approaches to presentations, with live
> > What is the value you get from OLUG?
> > Remember, OLUG free and open, and made up of it's members. You make OLUG
> > and it's community what it is.
> > Happy Holidays
> > Jon Larsen
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