Roger W. Broseus
rogerb at bronord.com
Sat Apr 18 09:57:15 EDT 2009
First-off, this is NOT directed at Jason but is a general rant about
software web pages. And, I look forward to your talk. Now, the rant:
Is "Blender" a cross-platform vegetable chopper? Sort of an open source
or FOSS version of a Cuisinart?
Being curious about Blender, I Googled and perused
and other blender pages and found no quick and concise statement of
purpose (or "about" page) for this software - not an atypical situation.
One is left to determine purpose by surmise - paging through different
pages to see what the software is used for.
Roger W. Broseus - Linux User
Email: RogerB at bronord.com
Web Site: www.bronord.com
novalug-request at calypso.tux.org wrote:
> 11. Re: Upcoming Talks (Jason van Gumster)
> Message: 11
> Date: Fri, 17 Apr 2009 23:28:43 -0400
> From: Jason van Gumster <jason at handturkeystudios.com>
> Subject: Re: [Novalug] Upcoming Talks
> To: novalug at calypso.tux.org
> Message-ID: <20090417232843.7afc2bd7 at plasma.misaligned.net>
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> Heya folks,
> I recently attended the April meeting with the very helpful talk by
> American Dave. Dave introduced me in the midst of his talk and
> suggested that I might be "volunteered" to give a talk on Blender.
> Well... he was right. I would certainly enjoy sharing Blender and all
> the cool stuff happening with it if there's an interest. I'm not in
> town in June, but I could totally do it in May.
> Consider this my sign-up. Should be fun.
> Take care.
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