On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 12:02:14PM +0100, Neil Ford wrote:
> > 
> > I'm not sure I'll be able to make it though - I've got things to prepare
> > for this talk at GLLUG on Saturday.
> > 
> Details? Location? URL?


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>The next GLLUG meeting will be on Saturday 7th April 2001, between 2
and
>6pm.  New venue this time, we will be at the
>
>        CFC Preview Theatre,
>        19-23 Wells St.,
>        London W1,
>
>not too far from the Plaza Centre in Oxford Street.  For a handy map,
>take a look
>at
>http://www.streetmap.co.uk/streetmap.dll?P2M?P=W1P3FP&Z=1
>
>For your edutainment, we hope to have the following talks on the day.
>
>
>
>Martin Ling - "Wireless networking with Linux and the Consume.net
>project"
>
>Martin will provide an overview of wireless networking support in
Linux,
>and explain how one can use low cost hardware to join in a spreading,
>decentralized and independent network being established through the
>consume.net project. If you already have wireless hardware, feel free
to
>bring it along and join in the fun.
>
>
>
>John Hearns - "Computers Go to the Movies".
>
>It is a general introduction to the work of our host FrameStore, a
post
>production movie house in Soho.  He'll cover the equipment, computing
>and networking used for special effects and 3D animation work.
>
>
>
>Richard Moore (IBM) - "Dynamic Probes"
>
>Richard will tell us how to use IBM's DProbes with Opersys' Linux
Trace
>Toolkit  to provide a universal (dynamic) tracing capability for
Linux.
>It is universal because it provides a common tracing mechanism for
all
>executables whether in user or kernel space. It is dynamic because
>tracepoints are defined and applied dynamically to object modules as
>probepoints using DProbes - no source code modification is required.
>
>See
>http://oss.software.ibm.com/developer/opensource/linux/projects/dprob
es/
>for a taster of things to come.


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Now if only someone would do a community news letter to cover this stuff...

I've seen Johns talk at SAGE-WISE and its a good one. 

        Dean

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