Atlanta Linux Fest 09 Planning
joshua.d.chase at gmail.com
Wed Jan 21 17:21:21 GMT 2009
Yeah, I've setup a few joomla sites, but I consider myself to be more novice
to intermediate so maybe if we work together we can pull it off nicely :)
I've been working with Jon Reagan on some logos and stuff, should have some
cool stuff this week on that. We can get the structure setup though, get it
configured, and then plug in artwork as we go?
On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 12:03 PM, David Tomaschik <david at tuxteam.com> wrote:
> I've played around with Joomla a time or to -- pretty smooth system. Very
> extensible for any sort of custom modules too.
> On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 11:59 AM, Joshua Chase <joshua.d.chase at gmail.com>wrote:
>> And as a side note, YE to wanting help with the website !!
>> I think we were planning to use joomla, as it has some really nice modules
>> for registration, calendars and such.. but open to anything really.. easier
>> the better!
>> On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 11:44 AM, Jon Reagan <jreagan1990 at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 21 January 2009 9:33:42 am David Tomaschik wrote:
>>> > Following the last ALF, was there any sort of feedback from attendees
>>> > what they liked/didn't like about it? One thing that might be
>>> > would be to set up an installfest-type area, perhaps with a PXE boot
>>> > containing live and installation media. This might help first-timers
>>> > people with slow connections perform installs.
>>> Yes, as a matter of fact we did get some feedback, but it was minimal at
>>> The focus of the event is not necessarily an installfest, but we did have
>>> room off to the side for preforming installs. A PXE server is a great
>>> and would really help in the event we did not have CDs from some of the
>>> smaller distros (or ran out of the ones we get from the larger distros)
>>> > We might want to approach ALE and/or one of the other local groups and
>>> > to get some feedback from the people who were there, and to get some
>>> > of what people would like to see. I know from my work with Students
>>> > Open Source that some sort of interactive or hands-on presentation
>>> > probably go over very well, as opposed to the straight talks we mostly
>>> > last time.
>>> I agree that hands-on/interactive stuff always makes it a little more
>>> entertaining. For example, we had presentations on IBM Lotus Symphony,
>>> Security, and virtualization. All showed the features of the available
>>> software, and a live demo on how to use the software. The plan for the
>>> is to have several presentations on some bleeding-edge or really
>>> topics that won't just blow over the heads of most who are attending.
>>> Interactive (or at least ones where you can follow along) is really what
>>> are shooting for.
>>> > If you all need any help with getting any parts of the website up and
>>> > running, let me know -- I'd love to help out in any way.
>>> > David
>>> Thanks, David! :)
>>> Jon Reagan
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