[CDBUG-talk] Come give a talk at CDBUG!
bcallah at devio.us
Wed Apr 1 15:16:30 EDT 2015
On 04/01/15 14:43, David Solomonoff wrote:
> Is there a BSD alternative to arkOS, https://arkos.io - a Linux
> personal server running on SBC's such as the Raspberry Pi? Similar to
> the FreedomBox but actually is running code.
The only analogue I can think of off-hand is the CryptoBone:
> This could be a great presentation as well as an interesting outreach
> project - perhaps working with the Center of Gravity to help
> non-technies to use.
> On 03/27/2015 11:08 PM, Brian Callahan wrote:
>> Hi team --
>> CDBUG is always on the lookout for speakers. We take all talks BSD/Unix
>> related :)
>> We're especially interested in first-time speakers. NYC*BUG and
>> NYCBSDCon has been especially successful at providing a space for new
>> speakers to present in a supportive, no-pressure environment and I'd
>> love to see CDBUG emulate that model. Many speakers who got their start
>> at NYC*BUG have gone on to give talks at major conferences. And that
>> should be us too!
>> So anything you want to talk about we want to listen to! Don't feel like
>> you need to be a developer to give a talk: the best talks I've seen have
>> come from people who could consider themselves "just users."
>> And we are most definitely willing to work with you to make your talk as
>> positive an experience for you as it will be for us.
>> We could use speakers for:
>> April 14
>> May 12
>> If you don't want to announce talk ideas in public, you can email them
>> privately to cdbug-admin at lists.nycbug.org
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