Following the standard FOSS approach- the one who cries is the one to fix...

Would you be willing to give a re-run of the said lecture?

We have an open slot (I think the 6th of August is currently not committed)
if you like.


On 7/2/07, Eli Billauer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


I join Guy and say: Take your time. If there were three lectures about
GUI (in Gtk, of course), there is no reason to rush with kernel
networking. Just collect the material, see how much you got, and don't
look at the time while lecturing. The subject is good enough to stretch
for as long as there is something interesting to say. It all comes down
to how much effort you're ready to put in.

But there's another issue to look at: Do Haifuxer's know basic socket
programming? Obviously one can't understand much of a kernel lecture, if
the user-level practice isn't well understood. Maybe we should consider
a rerun of the legendary lecture number #7
(http://www.haifux.org/lectures/7), not necessarily by the same person?
Maybe as a SiL?


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