I think I could have a lecture about the Haskell programming language, if
people are interested.

Haggai Eran

On 22/06/07, Orr Dunkelman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Well, we arrived again to the time when I need to nag you all from
abroad about volunteering to give lectures.

As you probably know, the queue is quite empty (one lecture - about
TOR). If you could find in your heart and schedule some place for
giving us a lecture. Possible topics:

1. How I tweaked the Linux kernel to communicate with my iPod, iPhone and

2. Developing the next generation kernel modules - modules without
hardware specs!

3. The top 10 problems a new Linux user has to deal with (and how to
make them 12).

4. Anything related to FOSS and Linux (Windows drivers - no; How to
use windows drivers in Linux/FreeBSD/Mac OS X - yes).

5. Managing LUGs from the distance - the advantages of hiding behind
the keyboard.

Suggestions, proposals, bribes, etc. are to be sent to

Orr Dunkelman,

"Any human thing supposed to be complete, must for that reason infallibly
be faulty" -- Herman Melville, Moby Dick.

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