[Rustington] Portsmouth Linux User Group: Future Speakers

Lisi Reisz lisi.reisz at gmail.com
Mon Apr 25 22:29:43 UTC 2016

An early announcement of what you can expect from Portsmouth Linux User Group 
over the next few months.  We hope to see some of you there.

We have some treats in store.  Paul Tansom of Aptanet, PLUG's esteemed 
Webmaster and Listmaster, will tell us about Piwigo and SSL certificates.  
Prue Amner will be talking about the dawn of computing.  (She gave up active 
programming and development in 1979!)  We normally like things to be Unixy 
and Open Source.  But the subject of Prue's talk, “The first interactive 
computer system to design real buildings”, antedates both. :-/  And Matt 
Withers, of the University of Portsmouth Institute of Cosmology and 
Gravitation, will be giving us his delayed talk.  He has changed the subject 
from “Astrophotography & FOSS” to a broader one, “Open Source Science”, 
though he says that "there will still be plenty of astro in there".

A reminder that our next meeting will be from 13:00 to 18:00 on Saturday 21st 
May in the Broad Oak Sports and Social Club.

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