WPLUG will have a general users meeting and presentation on Saturday, December 8th, starting at 10am on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University, Newell Simon Hall 3002.
Schedule for the Day
9:30am - Setup
10:00am - Doors Open
10:30am - Business Meeting Starts
10:45am - Business Meeting Ends
11:00am - Featured Presentation
12:30pm - Break for Lunch
2:00pm - Finish clean up, everyone out
Neal Sofge of RAND
In 2003, the Pittsburgh-based web development team for the RAND Corporation embarked on a 27-month project to modernize their online bookstore. To manage the 20,000+ pages of content involved, they selected the Perl-based open-source Bricolage system. Join former RAND Web Technology Manager Neal Sofge for an in-depth exploration of how Bricolage works, its strengths and weaknesses, and its performance in real-life enterprise-class usage.
Neal's slides are now posted on his .Mac account, which hopefully won't get clobbered by all the traffic from here...
- Reading and approval of minutes from October meeting
- Reports of officers
- Reports of committees
- Public Relations
- Unfinished business
- New business
The regular monthly meeting of the Western Pennsylvania Linux Users Group was held on Saturday, December 8, 2007 at 11:02 AM in 3002 Newell-Simon Hall, Carnegie Mellon University, the regular presiding officer being in the chair and the Secretary being present.
[I don't have any notes as to whether the November minutes were read and approved. If they were available, I presume they were.]
The Secretary reported that there were 37 people currently on the membership rolls.
No other significant officer or committee reports.
The meeting adjourned at 11:12 AM.
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