plarsen at famlarsen.homelinux.com
Mon Nov 17 15:14:25 EST 2008
On Mon, 2008-11-17 at 14:28 -0500, greg pryzby wrote:
> Peter and Rich G
> Both expressed an interest in talking. Still available? send me an
> abstract and you get the 'December Spot'
Heh - I actually sent a bunch of different subjects, thinking that
SOMEONE would express interest in one or two of the subjects.
I will either do a database followup - data analysis - basically a
followup to the last 2 meetings where "how to database" stuff was the
subject. If "chosen" I will try to model election data into a database
model that we we can query live ('06 since '08 data costs money). If
someone wants to map out some other types of data, like the history of
candidates for president, running mates etc. there should be plenty of
public data we can get to do that instead.
As an alternative, a more conceptual subject would be about
file-systems. How they work, how to manage them; the differences etc.
This would include talking about software raid, LVM too (I know we had
that subject but it all sorta ties together).
If you get other suggestions I'll gladly step aside. I have no intent to
bore with subjects nobody cares for.
Peter Larsen <plarsen at famlarsen.homelinux.com>
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