[lug] Call for 2007 BLUG speakers
Kenneth D. Weinert
kenw at quarter-flash.com
Thu Dec 14 23:09:50 MST 2006
Chris Riddoch wrote:
> Hi, folks.
> If you have any ideas for interesting topics you'd like to hear more
> about at a BLUG meeting, let us know! Alternatively, If you have
> something interesting you'd like to talk to BLUG about, or know
> someone who would be a good speaker, contact me!
Anyone know anything about these folks:
I was just searching for Linux speakers in Denver and they came up. It
looks like they're Open Source people and have given presentations before.
> I'm concerned we may be exhausting our regulars' energy for giving
> talks. I'm especially interested in getting some new speakers who
> aren't regulars! The sooner we make plans, the better for everyone
Is part of the problem the relatively small number of people that
attend? You can certainly make an argument for the circularity of things
- not many people attend, so hard to get speakers/overuse the regulars,
but without doing new things new people don't want to attend, ...
Not that I have any real thoughts on how to change this, but I thought
I'd bring it up for discussion.
Another thing I'll note - we arent' necessarily the only group with
these sorts of issues. Since we plan on moving there in a few years I've
subscribed to the Alaska Linux group. Recently they were discussing the
upcoming year - here's the relevant post:
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