[OxLUG Announce] ELKS - Sun 2nd March, 6.30pm, Comlab

Alasdair G Kergon oxlug@lists.oxlug.org
Fri Feb 28 18:56:01 2003

ELKS - The Embeddable Linux Kernel Subset - Paul Nasrat (London)

The ELKS project is building a small kernel subset of linux to run
on the 8086 and 286 machines. This talk and demonstration will cover
the project's current status, how it differs from Linux, what uses
there are for ELKS, why people should develop for it and the
project's roadmap. 

Date: Sunday 2nd February 2003
Time: 6.30pm
Venue: Computing Laboratory
Comlab entrance is from Parks Road and directions can be found at

The meeting will (as always) be followed by drinks at the Lamb and Flag.
Other events:
March 7-16th
  National Science Week 

  Includes the Ig Nobel UK Tour which is now visiting Oxford on 
  Friday 14th March, 8.15pm: email ignobel@oxlug.org for info.

  The Ig Nobel Prizes recognise research that cannot or should not
  be reproduced.  See http://www.improb.com/ig/ig-top.html
  Marc Abrahams is inviting some previous prizewinners along.
Sat 1st March: Greater London Linux User Group InstallFest

Weds 19th March, 7pm, London:
  XOM: When SAX is too stringy and DOM is too lumpy