[OxLUG Announce] Sun 4th Jan - Pub meeting

Alasdair G Kergon oxlug@lists.oxlug.org
Fri Jan 2 23:17:01 2004


Sunday 4th January, from 6.30pm onwards in the Lamb and Flag on St. Giles.
  http://www.ox.compsoc.net/oxfordguide/?Lamb_And_Flag

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Advance notices:
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  Monday 19th Jan, evening  (1st week of term)

  Matt Asay, Director of Novell's Linux Business Office and Open Source
  Review Board, responsible for laying the strategic foundation for
  Novell's use of open source software.

  "I would like to talk a bit about open source, generally, how
  Novell sees itself fitting into that community, and then turn
  the time over to the LUG to hammer me with questions."

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  Sunday 1st February 2004 - Dick Morrell
    A talk on Linux Device Creation and also consolidation of Linux
    vendors and the muddled path ahead. 

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High Availability & Reliability - UKUUG Winter Conference 2004
Weds 25-Thurs 26 Feb 2004 in Bournemouth

A very strong programme this year, featuring a half-day tutorial and
16 speakers (including 6 experts from overseas).

  Lars Marowsky-Bree (SUSE Labs, Germany) 
  Alan Robertson (IBM Linux Technology Centre, USA)

  Matt Asay (Novell, USA); David Axmark (MySQL, Sweden); 
  Mark Baker & Matthew Grove - Grid Monitoring;
  Matthew Bloch - User Mode Linux; Peter Breuer (Madrid) - NetRAID; 
  Tim Chown - IPv6; Julian Field - MailScanner; Tony Finch (Cambridge);
  Niall Mansfield - Combatting Sobig worms; Stephen Mayo (HP);
  Richard Moore (IBM); Philipp Reisner - DRBD; 
  Steve Whitehouse - Cluster Filesystems

For full details, see:
  http://www.ukuug.org/events/winter2004/
 
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FOSDEM: Sat 21 - Sun 22 Feb, Brussels.

Featuring Tim O'Reilly, Hans Reiser, Jonathan Corbet, Jon 'Maddog' Hall.
Watch the programme unfold at http://www.fosdem.org/
Free (donation requested).  Always great fun.

Mailing list for co-ordinating travel & accommodation options from the UK:
  http://mailman.lug.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/fosdem
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