[volunteers] Current list of Speakers - June through October 2011
jesse650 at gmail.com
Thu May 5 18:57:42 PDT 2011
FYI: ATA over Ethernet is also called "fiber channel" hard drives.
The plant one(July) looks good; in that it is using a large network
array of sensors. (per description I heard)
The Xen talk (August) might be interesting, but the big question is
"why is this not just another X windows projects?"
The Sept talk should bring a large crowd. Craig's list and Huffington
Post both use robotic monitors. The former is more vocal, but takes
less actions. The later being less verbal, but more aggressive in
Lastly, since December is usually in low attendance, & difficult to
get speakers (because of the Holidays), you can put me in that slot.
It will be about "ebooks", exactly what will have to wait. In any
case, I will have a new talk ready by August.
On 5/5/11, Mehma Sarja <mehmasarja at gmail.com> wrote:
> Here is a synopsis of the coming months for the people who don't want to
> sift through all those messages.
> * June - Coraid, John Masci and Alan Weisenburger on ATA over Ethernet
> (AOE) technology - nifty
> * July - Blue Oak Reserve, Michael Hamilton on using Ubuntu to monitor a
> whole mess of plants at the foot of Mt Hamilton - with an offer for a
> field trip at our convenience.
> * August - Xen, Stefano Stabellini and Lars Kurth with thanks to Luke.
> Stefano is looking for a subject. He offered:
> /"I might give you a more detailed and specific talk, for example
> explaining the new Linux PV on HVM features."/ So, get your ideas in if
> you have preferences.
> * September - Telenovella-world.com, Ben Spade, "A Robotic Moderator to
> remove forum comment spam"
> * POSSIBLE: October - Gluster, Anand Babu (AB) Periasamy, Petascale
> Filesystem Architecture -- GlusterFS Case Study
> QUESTION: Is there a tradition to skip any holiday months such as December?
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