[nycbug-talk] Conference Topics Thread

Marc Spitzer mspitzer at gmail.com
Mon Jun 19 18:42:32 EDT 2006

On 6/19/06, michael <lists at genoverly.net> wrote:
> Hello NYCBUG list subscribers,
> We are well into planning season for this year's New York City BSD
> Conference. One of the goals this year is to provide the content and
> speakers that you want to see most.  To that end, we are asking
> everyone to participate in the planning of the conference by making
> suggestions.  Here is your chance to voice your opinion.
> This year's central theme for topics is "BSD in Production".
> Some presentation topics may be:
> 1. afs in production
> 2. serial console mgmt
> 3. large data mgmt (large raid, nas, san, etc)
> 4. hands on kerberos for single sign-on
> 5. server/network usage and app monitoring
> 7. server/network security, best practices
> 8. zone mgmt in large installations
> 9. os patching mgmt in large installations

all good,

how about:

2: NetGraph tutorial.
3: tk/tcl,startkits, removes the module upgrade ate my program issue.

also how big will the time slices be?  Some things may make more sence
for shorter windows.

> This is just a 'starter' list.  Vote for the ones you like.  Add to the
> list yourself.
> On the flip side of this coin is, what speakers would most like to
> see?  These do not have to, necessarily, be tied to one of the topics
> listed.
> Let us know!
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> michael
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