Continuance from thread starting:
"Jan Husar" wrote:
> Hello Julian,
> I can take a look of something which i used in past but is mostly
> alternatives on workstation level for public administration (cos I'm
> solving such issues in European Commisssion)
> the use of open standards such as ODF and PDF/A which is the *MOST*
> discussed issue within the European Union.
> Workstation use of Linux and Server running BSD, explanation of why
> apache foundation was and is so sucessfull and so on..
> Hopefully I have it with me, if not You must wait until I come back
> home to Slovakia and check my workstation at home.
> ps: anyway, it's better to prepare something yourself and you can use
> mine as inspiration (or copy/paste even:)
Did you find stuff I can work from ? URLs or per mail welcome. Open
Doc Format of interest, as are other open office standards & tools.
I can web host anything approriate / permitted under copyright
My presentation is now scheduled for Fri 6 Apr 2007,
I plan to prepare in this order:
- Appeal for raw material to work from, eg here &
I've contacted http://www.allbsd.de/src/Flyer/FreeBSD/PDF/ to see
if they want to do a leaflet I could hand out at talk. (Don't
want to duplicate work
Most of this has probably been done before by Linux people but
I'm not sure whee to look, could spend longer browsing & searching
than writing my own ?
- Familiarise/acquire hardware tools
- I have a stick mouse JVC Handy Mouse HC-MM55U
- May buy a Wireless Media Presenter
(posting soon about them on [EMAIL PROTECTED])
Determine resolution on projector supplied.
Decide font size (not too small for back of room)
Test with my X config on laptop at end of a previous session
- Dummy `slide' preparation
Probably on /usr/ports/misc/magicpoint ?
Perhaps do a framing macro.
- Try KDE system (not needed till now, I'm an old hand at Unix :-)
& confer with Ernst cc'd who knows more ports/ for users than me.
- Write presentation, including bits from above, + also from eg
- `Dress rehearsal ;-) to avoid demo effect.
- Give presentation. & publish on web after.
Anything I've missed ? Any resources (URLs) people can point me at ?
(I 'spose as we'll have 2 BSD laptops there, if we bought/borrowed
a webcam, we could record it, might interest some who can't travel
(& teach me what Not to do again ;-) )
> On 11/27/06, Julian Stacey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Anyone know of a pre- ready presentation for Alternatives To Microsoft ?
> > I've been asked to give a presentation (in English) to a bunch of
> > engineers in Munich end of Jan 2007. On the basis "A good engineer
> > is a lazy engineer", I'm asking before I write my own.
> > I am _Not_ inviting a long thread, to rehash old well worn opinions
> > of PD src/ etc. It'd bore me silly to read, let alone respond ;-)
> > & be very inefficient & achieve nothing useful to me. I have decades
> > of experience as an engineer & with Unix/BSD & have a BSD group
> > here to back me up with ideas & criticism verbally & localy, faster,
> > more efficient than typing etc :-)
> > What I don't have, but seek is a set of beamer slides I could
> > leverage from to save me time. (BTW I could equally leverage from
> > German or perhaps French slides if existant). I could also leverage
> > from a linux based slide set prob faster than starting from scratch,
> > or at least for inspiration.
> > Anyone know of a similar presention pre-exisiting, Re. Unix that I
> > could leverage from (& give credit to) ? Of course if I have to
> > write my own, I'll make mine public on web for others to leverage
> > from).
> > I'll probably use a beamer with /usr/ports/misc/magicpoint unless
> > advised better ? (I dont fancy open office bloat to show
> > .pps, & dont particularly want to learn how to prepare .pps slides,
> > (though I'll probably show a few .pss) from a different topic to show that
> > power point presentations are also showable under BSD.
> > I've bcc'd this to Berkeley In Munich http://berklix.org/bim/ where
> > Ernst has volunteered to help me, & others welcome too, but prob.
> > best focus short discussion searching for URLs for now via list
> > firstname.lastname@example.org, Then later, nearer date doubtless
> > some local mail to BIM's list.
> > URLs to presentations welcome. Thanks
> > Julian
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