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[ale] ALE Central talk
Thanks again for the great talk at the November Central meeting
and for the follow up below.
I know I've been a bit slow in responding, but I can TOTALLY assure
you that your that your offer of an IPv6 talk did NOT just slide
by unnoticed! :-) I just had to handle a couple details on the
scheduling before I could reply.
For the January 15th Central meeting I've now confirmed that David
Nalley, official Fedora Evangelist, is planning to travel here from
Greenville to present on Fedora 10 for the January Central Mtg. (yeah)
Both February 19th and March 19th are open, though, so if either
date meshes with your schedule, please let us know!
AND don't forget that December 18th ALE Central "Bash" is a wide
open source invitation for anyone to deliver a Pecha Kucha style
10 minute talk (in case you're in the mood to take on a REAL
Details, as always, at <http://ale.org>
On 2008, Nov, 21, , at 12:05 PM, Michael H. Warfield wrote:
> Hey all,
> For everyone who came out last night to my talk "Toward a Robust
> Naming System", I want to extend a great thanks. It was fun, as
> Always a great audience.
> As I mentioned in the talk (and for the rest of you) my slides are
> They're up there in .pdf, pdp, .ppt, and .html form.
> Based on the questions that resulted from some of the announcements
> before the talk and from my inclusion of some IPv6 points in the talk,
> it sounds like there is a high level of interest in a reprise of
> one or
> more of my IPv6 talks. IIRC that was even mentioned last night.
> Checking, it looks like I've done my "Brave New World of IPv6" talk in
> front of AUUG and ALE NE a couple of years ago. I guess I'll freshen
> that talk up a bit and offer it up sometime early next year for ALE
> Central. Up to Aaron to schedule.
> Thanks again!