[Volunteers] September Meeting agenda
nbs at sonic.net
Tue Jul 25 18:07:30 PDT 2006
Hi Bob, dunno where the SVLUG Speakers List folks are, but I'm
Cc'ing the webmaster address, which should go to the SVLUG volunteers,
including our webmaster. :)
Rick (webmaster), can you confirm that you've received this? Thx!
On Tue, Jul 25, 2006 at 04:54:13PM -0700, bsmith wrote:
> SVLUG Speakers List:
> Look like Bill may be on vacation. Would one of you mind
> acknowledging this email and updating the SVLUG web site
> with this info.
> Bob Smith
> How about this for bio's...
> Bob Smith, Graham Phillips, and Bill Pierce are authors of
> the upcoming No Starch book "Linux Appliance Design".
> Bob was the founder of Venturi Wireless and has over twenty
> years of experience with embedded systems, including ten years
> spent with embedded Linux. Bob currently works for PalmSource.
> Graham's area of expertise is user interface design for
> embedded systems. He designed the AJAX based web interface
> for Laddie, the book's project. Graham works for Citrix
> Systems on the Citrix Netscaler load-balancer appliance,
> and has a PhD in computer science at the University of
> Southern California.
> Bill is currently a lead software engineer at Electronics
> for Imaging (efi.com), where he works on control software
> for printer controller appliances. Before joining EFI, Bill
> spent 11 years as an embedded systems engineer at BAE Systems.
> And for an outline of the talk ....
> Join us as the authors of No Starch's upcoming book "Linux
> Appliance Design" describe the components used in the book's
> sample appliance. The talk will focus on what each appliance
> component does, why you might want the component in your
> appliance, how the component ties to the other components, and
> how to install can configure the component.
> Topics to be covered in the talk include:
> - Appliance architecture
> - Run-Time-Access: How to talk to a running daemon
> - logmuxd: How to use logging to respond to events
> - An AJAX powered web interface
> - Framebuffer and LIRC interfaces
> - A sample front panel interface
> - A command line interface
> - An SNMP interface
> You can preview the book and its sample appliance at the
> book's web site: http://www.linuxappliancedesign.com
> By the way, my mail server is having heat problems and went
> down just as I sent this, so I'm sending it a second time.
bill at newbreedsoftware.com
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