[OxLUG Announce] Next meeting: Sun 1st Dec, 6.30pm, Comlab
Alasdair G Kergon
Sat Nov 30 00:04:01 2002
This month we've opted for the short talk/demonstration/discussion
format again. As already requested on the mailing list, we'll include
a talk about GPG. Please think about bringing your own little
talks/demonstrations or ask on the mailing list beforehand if there's
something you'd like someone else to talk about or demonstrate etc.
Date: Sunday 3rd November 2002
The meeting will (as always) be followed by drinks at the Lamb and Flag.
Comlab entrance is from Parks Road and there are directions at
AISOC - Mon 2nd Dec, 6pm, Comlab (small charge)
David Cliff, form HP Lab in Bristol will be talking about Biologically
Inspired Complex Adaptive Systems.
Ant-hills, nervous systems, a Stock Exchange seething with
self-interested traders: the world is full of systems of simple
components interacting in simple ways, yet combining to give complex
purposeful behaviour. Dave describes what these teach about building
adaptive, robust, self-organising programs.
Greater London Linux User Group Meeting, Saturday 7th Dec 12-5pm (free)
Professor Peter Kacsuk - Cluster and Grid talk
Michael Meeks - Gnome 2: Desktop of the future
Alasdair Kergon - Logical Volume Management
Oxford 2600 - Friday 13th December, meet 7-8pm, Carfax (free)
The 2nd regular meeting of this new group recently set up by Owain.
Christmas Day - Wednesday 25th December
Some Conference/Exhibition dates for 2003:
FOSDEM - 8th-9th Feb, Brussels
UKUUG Winter Conference - 18th-19th Feb, London
Libre Software Meeting - 8th-12th July, Bordeaux, France
LinuxTag - 10th-13th July, Karlsruhe, Germany
Ottawa Linux Symposium - 23rd-26th July, Canada
Linux Expo Birmingham now pencilled in for 15th-16th April
LinuxWorld Birmingham scheduled for 3rd-4th Sept