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From: "Dimitar Georgievski"
To: "Phil Glaser" , , "Kevin Mark" , "Brett E. Wynkoop" , "Jonathan Jacobs" , "Marco Scoffier" , "Ruben I Safir"
Subject: [hangout] RE: LaGuardia Demo: Nailing down the program
Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2002 10:43:30 -0400
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I am waiting on confirmation from Jay, Diane and Andrew. We still need
speaker for "Total Cost of Ownership" .
I like the "non-profit round up" session. Correct me if I am wrong. This
session is about getting feed back from them to help us understand what they
One idea. Why don't we present the "Open Office" together with "X Windows
terminal" and invite people from education? NYLXS has already one project
trying to penetrate the schools in NYC. I am sure people in non-profit
organization will be happy to learn how to reduce the costs for hardware,
licenses, user support, and administration.
to be continued...
From: Phil Glaser [mailto:StillSmallVoice-at-DirectvInternet.com]
Sent: Monday, August 26, 2002 9:55 AM
To: Dimitar Georgievski; hangout-at-www2.mrbrklyn.com; Kevin Mark; Brett E.
Wynkoop; Jonathan Jacobs; Marco Scoffier; Ruben I Safir
Subject: LaGuardia Demo: Nailing down the program
The schedule is evolving rapidly. Reuben wants to add a session on
Accounting Applications and Cryptography.
On my end, I've learned that we can make the demo significantly more
appealing to Non-profits by including a session at the end of the day that
would be a "non-profit round up" where folks from that community could share
some ideas. The culture of non-profits generally, and the same goes for the
non-profit technology folks, is that they have a strong need to process and
share ideas, concerns, etc. I want to run that session, but in light of the
fact that the number of technical sessions is burgeoning and we have limited
space availability, I prompose that I forego the web-based collaboration
models session and make that space available to Ruben to do the Accounting
and Cryptography session.
Revised reschedule is below.
Again, we need to get confirmations from the following people:
Total Cost of Ownership (anyone?)
Hardware Re-use Case Studes (Andrew?)
Closing Remakrs (Jay?)
Open Office (Diane?)
Reuben, could you please confirm with Jay and Diane? I'll get back to you
all on TCO and Andrew, later today.
1 Introduction Open Source and Free Software (Ruben)
2 The Open Source/Free Software Road Map (Phil)
3 Total Cost of Ownership models (speaker TBD)
4 Hardware Reuse case-studies and models (Andrew Williams ???)
5 Round-up for non-profits (Phil)
6 Closing Remarks and Rallying Cry (Jay Sulzberger ???)
6 X, Linux Desktops, Window Managers (Jonathan Jacobs)
7 Open Office Tutorial (Diane?)
8 X Terminal (Brett)
9 Accounting and Cryptography (Ruben)
10 Data Base Tools (Ruben)
11 Ximian Evolution email client and PGP (Kevin)
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