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Subject: Re: [aclug-L] Need topic suggestions
From: zeroheroz <zeroheroz@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 11 May 1999 17:14:36 -0700
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Where are the meetings held?

John Goerzen wrote:

> Hi,
> Thanks everyone for all the suggestions!  I'm hearing that a lot of
> people would like to discuss networking.  We did have a meeting on
> this recently, but it looks like people are interested in the details
> now that we've discussed the foundations.  Also, there is interest in
> security, which is closely related.
> So, what I think I'll do is come prepared to talk about a lot of
> different aspects on networking and security, but with no set list of
> things to talk about.  Sorta a Q&A type format; we can discuss those
> issues that the people in the audience would like to se discussed.
> What I'm seeing is that people are interested in a lot of different
> aspects of networking: IP  masquerading, PPP configuration, routing,
> etc., and I think that this may be the most effective way to cover the
> specific things that people are interested in.
> Sound good?
> The Apache+Database suggestion is a good one, too.  I think that
> perhaps we could even go over the very basic concepts at the
> networking evening, but more detailed coverage will have to be another
> time.  Databases have been suggested before, as well, and I think
> Apache integration is a great way to present it.  Perhaps either
> databases as part of an apache/server night, or apache as part of a
> database night, or something like that; it has been awhile since we've
> done a more technical meeting, so maybe even SQL basics would be
> good.  On a side note, do we have any PHP experts in here that would
> be interested in talking about it?  While I'm willing to learn enough
> about PHP myself to talk about it, I'd prefer that if it will be
> something that will be covered, that someone more experienced with it
> discuss it.
> Thanks again for the comments.  Keep them coming!
> -- John

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