[Volunteers] Splunk at SVLUG

Patrick McGovern pat at splunk.com
Wed Dec 21 20:53:40 PST 2005


Thoughts on this?


On Dec 20th at  2:28pm pat at splunk.com wrote:
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> From: Patrick McGovern <pat at splunk.com>
> Date: December 20, 2005 2:28:50 PM PST
> To: J. Paul Reed <preed at svlug.org>
> Cc: Chris Verges <chverges at cisco.com>, SVLUG Speakers List  
> <speakers at lists.svlug.org>
> Subject: Re: [Volunteers] Splunk at SVLUG
>
> Hey,
>
> It was great to be a part of the SVLUG meeting in October.  I think  
> it went over very well.    I'd love to do it again sometime in 2006  
> is there is an opening.
>
> On a somewhat related note, I have a question.   We are doing a  
> very cool event here in San Francisco.  We're calling it Camp  
> Sysadmin.  It's being held at a wine bar on Saturday January  
> 14th.     Speakers are top tier:
> Eric Allman CTO Send Mail
> Ethan Galstad Project lead/founder of  Nagios
> Brian Aker, director of architecture at MySQL
> Robert Lefkowitz, VP Research & Executive Education for Optaros
> Richard Whitehead, Chief Techincal Officer of Clarus Systems
>
> More info here: http://www.splunk.com/index.php/camp
>
> My question to you is....What is the best way to promote this?  Can  
> I post something on the general SVLUG mailing list?  I'll certainly  
> mention it at the next meeting    We have pretty limited room since  
> it's in a wine bar, but it is important SVLUG and other LUGs in the  
> area to know about it.
>
> Thanks in advance.  I look forward to hearing from you.
>
> Pat-
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> Patrick McGovern
> pat at splunk.com
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> splunk> The ultimate troubleshooting machine.
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> On Oct 4, 2005, at 6:11 PM, J. Paul Reed wrote:
>> On 04 Oct 2005 at 18:06:01, Patrick McGovern arranged the bits on  
>> my disk to say:
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>>> OK.  I chatted with folks here.  We'll do it!
>>
>> Patrick:
>>
>> First, thanks for helping us out on such short notice.
>>
>> Second, I'm excited about this presentation; the technology looks  
>> cool!
>>
>> Third, just for your planning purposes, we usually have speakers  
>> present
>> for about an hour, with extra time for Q and A afterward. We've  
>> added a
>> couple of new features, like Nifty of the Month, to the meeting,  
>> so it
>> turns out to be about an hour of available time after  
>> announcements, Nifty,
>> Q and A, etc.
>>
>> Looking forward to your presentation!
>>
>> Later,
>> Paul
>> --
>> President
>> Silicon Valley Linux Users' Group
>> preed at svlug.org
>>
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