[TriLUG] Fwd: Anyone Present on Linux 2.6 Kernel to NC*SA?
mike at enoch.org
Wed Jan 7 09:51:07 EST 2004
Anyone want to talk to NC*SA about 2.6? They're looking for a speaker.
Respond to jbrigman at nc.rr.com directly.
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> Hey TriLUGers;
> This is James Brigman, I'm the Program Coordinator for NC*SA.
> This December was a huge month for Linux, with the arrival of the 2.6
> kernel. I've been reading release information about it, but it seems
> to be limited in scope.
> Is there anyone in TriLUG who would be able to present on the arrival
> of the 2.6 kernel, why things got in, why some things got left out,
> etc. I even recall reading something about features for PALM devices
> running LINUX (which would be an awesome way to cap off the
> presentation, demo'ing of a PDA running linux).
> I've asked around and have turned up no leads so far. I'm kicking
> myself for not asking you guys sooner. Any thoughts?
> Steering mailing list
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