Note: We usually meet every 3rd Tuesday of the month at Marcellina Pizza Restaurant regardless of whether this page looks up to date or not!
|When||Tuesday the 15th of March, 7:00 PM – Finish|
Marcellina Pizza Restaurant
273 Hindley Street
|Who||Anyone and everyone — no pre-registration necessary|
|Cost||Free. Prior to the meeting we’ll meet over dinner and drinks from about 6:00PM onwards. Bring around $10 and a few extra for drinks. The venue is licensed, vegetarian and gluten free friendly.|
Heard a lot about IoT? The Cloud? kind of understand it – but not sure you really do? Or know a lot about it, and want to share what you know?
Come along to ‘IoT & the Cloud – thoroughly mix a lot of old technologies with some new, a lick of paint, some spit and polish: and voila! New technology’
Presented by Romana Challans.
Romana is a long time member of LinuxSA who, after years of skirmishes in the famous Vi vs Emacs wars, (Vi/Vim of course), retired to lurk on the lists. She is also a lecturer in Information Technology/Computer Science topics at Flinders University – including the technology she will be discussing.
She is also occasionally dangerous in her wheelchair.
Future Meeting Dates and Topics
In the past few months:
- 18 August 2015
Deeping Linux by Ian Loxton / Using the Chinese Abacus (Suan Pan) by David Lloyd
- 15 September 2015
For this meeting, Robyn Willison – a well known LinuxSA personality, hackerspace member and member of Linux Chix – will give a presentation on Linux Chix and the sorts of issues faced by women in the open source community.
- 20 October 2015
George, Tim and Kim gave three great short talks – on AmigOS, a number of really cool command line and GUI tools and the radio telescope array facilities that Kim visited in the West Australian outback!
- Troy Vodopivec from Air Stream gave a talk on one of Australia’s oldest and largest community based wireless area networks.
- Andrew Galdes from AGIX gave a talk on OpenShift by RedHat.
- Rob Hart from Aspitech gave a talk on e-recycling in SA and some of the challenges faced.
- Ben Petering gave a talk on the Twisted networking framework for Python.
If you would like to give a talk on anything Linux-related, please send your idea to David Lloyd <firstname.lastname@example.org>.