[Seth-Trips] BaySUG (Super User Group) '05 this Saturday

Fyodor fyodor at insecure.org
Wed Nov 9 13:36:03 PST 2005

This first annual Bay Area Super User Group meeting this Saturday
(12th) from 1-5pm at the Computer History Museum looks good.  I'll be
there.  Speakers include Chris DiBona of Google discussing their Open
Source initiatives (including the Summer of Code program that
sponsored 10 developers for my Nmap project!)  Jeremy Allison will
also be there, discussing Samba.  The price is unbeatable (free)
thanks to sponsorship from Google, O'Reilly, Addison-Wesley, and
others.  While it is free, space is limited and they ask you to
register by this Friday.  Further details:

[ http://www.usenix.org/events/baysug05/ ]

What is BaySUG? Sponsored by USENIX in cooperation with BayLISA,
BaySUG is a half-day gathering of Bay Area technical user groups to
enjoy invited talks by industry leaders, network with other groups,
and have a good time. It is designed to give user groups a chance to
connect with potential members and to learn more about the groups that
are available in the Bay Area. In addition, BaySUG will provide group
leaders with the opportunity to share resources in order to coordinate
speakers and events, and to brainstorm about popular ideas.

BaySUG '05 will take place Saturday, November 12, 2005, 1:00 p.m.–5:00
p.m., at the Computer History Museum, located at 1401 N. Shoreline
Blvd., Mountain View, CA 94043.

The BaySUG '05 program will include:

    * Invited talks by industry leaders

    * User group networking opportunities

    * Tour of the Computer History Museum

    * Reception, sponsored by Google

Registration for BaySUG '05 is free. Please register online by noon PST on Friday, November 11.


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