[Volunteers] Linux appliance design and other speakers.
ewa.matejska at gmail.com
Wed Sep 13 19:56:54 PDT 2006
Michael is asking all the questions I wanted answered :) Like him, I've
never attended one of the SVLUG meetings.
What would your audience be interested in learning about Eclipse? My plan
would be a general overview and history. Followed by a demo of the Java
development environment (maybe C/C++ development environment instead.).
> Wednesday, October 4: Ewa Metejka on Eclipse. (I know there's a lot of
> interest in the Eclipse development environment, here in the Valley.)
I don't feel I can put together a presentation by this time. I have to
attend a week long conference next week. Plus, I would prefer to present
after Michael. Eclipse can be used as a front end to gdb and I can demo
that. How about I present in December instead after Michael's presentation
Just to clarify, I'm a contributor to one of the Eclipse projects (DSDP-DD).
On 9/12/06, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> Quoting Michael Snyder (Michael.Snyder at palmsource.com):
> > > Wednesday, November 1: Michael Snyder on gdb. (And that would be
> > > stunning to have one an experienced maintainer for the talk, indeed.)
> > Tentatively ok, but I've never been to your group. Can you give me
> > some idea of the audience, and what you think they'd like to hear
> > about?
> Typical size of audience is 50 or so, sometimes more. Mixture of
> audience, I'd say, is about half developers/sysadmins and half users of
> other sorts, more technical than not (this being Silicon Valley). So,
> more in the audience would be potential gdb users than is the case with
> most user groups.
> The usual evening format is announcements and somebody else's short
> (15-30 minute) presentation starting at a few minutes after 7 PM,
> then the main presentation starting around 7:30, running for 1-2 hours
> (whichever end of that spectrum works best for you). Then, we leave
> the venue (cafeteria / auditorium room at the Symantec office that
> used to be Veritas Software before the latter was acquired). Anyone
> who still hasn't had enough is invited to have a late meal together at a
> nearby Denny's.
> Cheers, "Transported to a surreal landscape, a young girl kills the
> Rick Moen woman she meets, and then teams up with three complete
> rick at linuxmafia.com to kill again." -- Rick Polito's That TV Guy
> describing the movie _The Wizard of Oz_
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