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Re: [Ukfreebsd] [UkOpenBSDUsers] proposed *BSD meet in London, late June
On 25 Jun 2010, at 21:43, Mark Blackman wrote:
>> 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
> Hooray, that sounds like a deal. Care to volunteer rough dates off-list or
> I'm still looking at venues at the moment.
Let me ponder dates a bit longer, it's a fairly crazy summer here
>> 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.
> I like the idea if it makes it more attractive to you, but I would rather
> find a way to
> persuade you to somewhere in London. :) I've got a feeling we could find a
> way to at least
> cover your costs.
Travel costs aren't the issue so much as time, unfortunately. I'll ponder dates
Following both lines of thought simultaneously: it's easy for me to book
entirely appropriate locations in West Cambridge (Wolfson, Churchill, the
Computer Laboratory), but that's annoyingly far from the rail station and
useful pubs. I'll chat with some folks institutionally more central and see
what I can come up with there.
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