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Re: [Ukfreebsd] proposed *BSD meet in London, late June

On 24 Jun 2010, at 10:07, Mark Blackman wrote:

> This turned out to be a very warm evening as advertised and much
> beer was consumed in the pursuit of happiness, but we seemed to
> have failed to lure the Cambridge crowd down after all.
> Look forward to another meeting in late July, and I'll be
> attempting to arrange a venue for a technical presentation
> for that meeting as we've had both Owain Ainsworth and James
> O'Gorman volunteer to do presentations.

At least on my part, it's due to overall scheduling failure, but I definitely 
do mean to make it sometime.

On the mini-talklet front, I'd be happy to do something short on either of the 
following two areas:

- Virtualized network stack (... how to do 10,000 virtual network stacks on one 
FreeBSD box ...)
- Capsicum: practical capabilities for UNIX ( ... sandboxing on FreeBSD, 
Chromium, security models, ...)

Since both are larger conference talks I have given recently / will give soon.

At the risk of sounding gauche, I suspect I could book a venue in the Cambridge 
city centre close to plenty of pubs, very pretty in the summer, but a slightly 
longer trek from London.


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