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November's GTALUG meeting will be a bunch of audience organised short talks. If you would like to give a talk, all you have to do is write your name on a post-it and stick it on the whiteboard in the front of the room. When your talk get's picked you will have 10 minutes of uninterrupted time for you to present, then 10 minutes of audience questions/concerns.

Slides are not required, but if you need them please bring a PDF copy on a USB key or email them to speaker-coordinator@gtalug.org.

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+David Collier-Brown will be talking about his first thirteen hours in Go at November's GTALUG meeting.

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There'll be a short half-hour presentation on the history of Atomic OS and related improvements in web technology since the last release. The presentation will then be followed by an interactive session to discuss philosophical questions surrounding disruption, the meaning of "success" in the context of FOSS projects and whether "killer applications" for such projects are important.

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GTALUG is having the annual Linux in the Park Potluck this year at Dufferin Grove Park on 23rd July at 2pm.

Things we will provide: Plates, Cutlery, Serviettes, Cups, and Garbage bags.

Things you might want to bring: chairs, tasty beverages (that are non-alcoholic, as the city prohibits alcoholic beverages in the park), food stuffs that you would like to share and enjoy, tarp/blanket, sunscreen, hats, things to help survive the warmth of the Canadian Wilderness.

We will doing this in a pot-luck style. Thus, please bring enough food and drink for yourself and your guests, and try to bring enough to share with others in the group.

We are using the GTALUG wiki to organize everything: <https://gtalug.org/picnics/2016/>.

Note that if you forget anything you needed, Dufferin Mall is across the street, featuring a supermarket (No-Frills) department store (WalMart), as well as other specialty stores.

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systemd with Bill Thanis

What's Your Setup: A round table discussion on what you use to get stuff done.

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To start off the meeting we have two ten minute talks about using the Raspberry Pi in interesting ways:

+Alex Volkov's Over-Engineering of a Flower Pot using a Raspberry Pi.
+Mike Kallies's using a Raspberry Pi for Intrusion Detection.

After Alex's and Mike's talk there will be a bunch of audience organised short talks. If you would like to give a talk, all you have to do is write your name on a post-it and stick it on the whiteboard in the front of the room. When your talk get's picked you will have five minutes of uninterrupted time for you to present, then five minutes of audience questions/concerns.

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September's #GTALUG meeting.
The talk is a continuation of William's previous talk on Samba in 2009. It looks at how close samba has closed the gap between AD and samba with samba 4, what's still left, packaging/deployment improvements and a demo of the samba deployment and and management.

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The talk is a continuation of William's previous talk on Samba in 2009. It looks at how close samba has closed the gap between AD and samba with samba 4, what's still left, packaging/deployment improvements and a demo of the samba deployment and and management.

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Linux in the Park 2015 is this Saturday at 2pm.
GTALUG is having the annual Linux in the Park Potluck this year at Dufferin Grove Park on 25th July at 2pm.

Things we will provide: Plates, Cutlery, Serviettes, Cups, and Garbage bags.

Things you might want to bring: chairs, tasty beverages (that are non-alcoholic, as the city prohibits alcoholic beverages in the park), food stuffs that you would like to share and enjoy, tarp/blanket, sunscreen, hats, things to help survive the warmth of the Canadian Wilderness.

We will doing this in a pot-luck style. Thus, please bring enough food and drink for yourself and your guests, and try to bring enough to share with others in the group.

We are using a Trello board to organize everything: https://trello.com/b/JNHsDwys/linux-in-the-park-2015.

Note that if you forget anything you needed, Dufferin Mall is across the street, featuring a supermarket (No-Frills) department store (WalMart), as well as other specialty stores.
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