[clug-talk] December meeting presentation material volunteers.

bogi khangyi at shaw.ca
Wed Nov 17 22:06:36 PST 2004

Thank you Tom.
Actually both would be intresting, Fedora core 3 would make an excellent 
comparative presentation, it would sure take the 15 minute slot usual for a 
comparative mini. The other subject, did you say cvs repository setup, or did 
you think of some other repository ?? . If it was cvs, that could end up as 
an advanced or medium subject if i am not entirely wrong here ...
How about the game part ??? 

Actually, since there seems to be so little intrest in doing the games thing, 
we could just switch to doing one or two small or medium presentations, and 
leave the rest of the time for open-floor ... what do you think ??


On November 17, 2004 21:12, Tom Weniger wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-17-11 at 20:08 -0700, bogi wrote:
> > Hi All.
> > I am looking for suggestions regarding the December meeting. I was
> > thinking we should have some light-hearted topic. Naturally this need not
> > be. So please post your ideas in this thread.
> >
> > My suggestion is: a set of 2-4 games. A 5 minute presentation about the
> > game it's virtues etc. Maybe a bit about the installation and hardware
> > requirements etc. The games would be then available to play by the
> > audience, and the whole time would be an open-floor style.
> >
> > I am looking for takers for the subject, also i am looking for
> > alternative ideas.
> >
> > Cheers
> > Szemir
> Greetings Szemir,
> I could contribute some time to showing anyone that's interested some of
> the gymnastics involved in setting up the repositories in Fedora Core 3
> or a general introduction to the distro.
> WRT games, that's my 6 yr old daughter's specialty. She loves Super Tux!
> --
> Virtually,
> Tom W
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