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[Fsuk-manchester] [Fwd: UKUUG - LINUX 08 - discount for local groups]

From: Tim Dobson
Subject: [Fsuk-manchester] [Fwd: UKUUG - LINUX 08 - discount for local groups]
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2008 16:53:10 +0000
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Anyone interested in going?
40 pounds for locals
20 pounds for local students

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: UKUUG - LINUX 08 - discount for local groups
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2008 15:13:07 +0000 (GMT)
From: Sam Smith <address@hidden>
Reply-To: address@hidden
To: address@hidden

please pass on if your group may be interested.

              UKUUG Linux Conference 2008 - Manchester

                Saturday 8th - Sunday 9th November


This year's event consists of a twin-track conference over the weekend,
preceded by a full-day Python Web Workshop on Friday 7th November.

So that as many local group members as possible can afford to attend the
conference, if you book by next Wednesday (29th October), we're offering
a discounted conference rate of just 40 pounds for any individual
group members living within 50 miles of Manchester unable to afford
the standard fee of 80 pounds.  The student rate is 20 pounds.
(Separate fees apply for Friday's Python Web Workshop.)

Please use the following URL to book online at this discounted rate or
contact UKUUG during office hours on 01763 273 475 or address@hidden

Accessibility and Advocacy
   * Continuity in development using external developers - John I Davies -
   * Marketing Open Source Software - Sandro Groganz - InitMarketing
   * Desktop Adapted for Dad - Adam Trickett

   * Home Automation - Steven Goodwin
   * Ingres CAFE - John Smedley - Ingres

Grids and Clusters
   * Distributed evolutionary algorithms with the Geneva library
   * Grid and Clouds in the LHC era
       - Dr. Ruediger Berlich - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
   * GridSolve: A nice tool for distributed computing
       - Marcus Hardt - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
   * Cross-Platform Virtual Machines - Paul Knowles - Transitive

   * Infrastructure for PCIe endpoint devices
   * Porting Linux to a new architecture - the right way
       - Arnd Bergmann - IBM Deutschland Research & Development
   * Run time power management - it's not just suspend and resume
       - Matthew Garrett - Red Hat
   * Supersweet 15 - tales of a filesystems in puberty
       - Christoph Hellwig - LST e.V.
   * A Whole Family of Penguins - Kyle McMartin - Red Hat

   * Organising sysadmin documentation - Jon Dowland - Newcastle University
   * Python and System Administration - John Pinner - Linux Emporium

* An introduction to web application security flaws - Jake Edge - LWN.net
   * Lead into Gold: Catalyst refactoring, optimisation and testing
       - Matt S Trout - Shadowcat Systems Limited
   * Coding in Pyjamas: Apps for Desktop and the Web
   * FULL-DAY FRIDAY Pure Python Web Workshop: Pyjamas + JSONRPC + Django
       - Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton

Subject to change - check http://www.ukuug.org/events/linux2008/

| Event sponsored by:  Novell Sun IBM Google Transitive InitMarketing  |
UKUUG Secretariat
PO Box 37
Herts SG9 9UQ
Tel: 01763 273475
Fax: 01763 273255

A Company Limited by Guarantee

Registered Office:
The Manor House
Herts SG9 9AB

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