[GNHLUG] POSTPONED - SORT OF! MerriLUG Nashua, Thur 21 Feb, MySQL: The Whys, Whats, and Watch-outs

Jim Kuzdrall gnhlug at intrel.com
Thu Feb 21 16:58:34 EST 2008

To fill in (since you already committed to an evening out) we will take 
turns relating strange adventures we have endured - Linux, work, 
hardware, building collapse, flying saucers, time travel, etc.

I suppose I could fill in with my "Confessions of a Brothel Owner" talk.  
(Just kidding.  Have to update some of the presentation slides.)

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Subject: [SPAM-60] Re: Draft: MerriLUG Nashua, Thur 21 Feb, MySQL: The 
Whys, Whats, and Watch-outs
Date: Thursday 21 February 2008 16:31
From: "Marc Nozell (marc at nozell.com)" <nozell at gmail.com>
To: gnhlug at intrel.com
Cc: "Ben Scott" <dragonhawk at gmail.com>, "Heather Brodeur" 
<hbrodeur at redhat.com>, "Marc Nozell" <marc at nozell.com>

Sorry folks, but I can't give the presentation tonight -- the flu hit
me hard this morning.

I send a postposted message to gnhlug-annouce/-discuss, but haven't
see it yet.  Can someone flush the the queue?



On Wed, Feb 13, 2008 at 1:09 PM, Jim Kuzdrall <gnhlug at intrel.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday 13 February 2008 12:47, Marc Nozell wrote:
>  > On Wed, 2008-02-13 at 11:17 -0500, Ben Scott wrote:
>  > > The draft announcement looks good to me.
>  >
>  > I'm fine with it.
>  >
>  > > How to do backup/restore, ... maintenance ...  Security
>  >
>  > Noted.
>     I hadn't considered how tricky backup/restore could be.  If
> either of you seconds it, I will toss those key words into the
> writeup.  They are topics that will pique people's interest.
>  > Just one hour, right? I can hang around afterwards.
>     Not shorter than 1 hour (which is rarely a problem).  7:30 to
> 9:00 is the target duration.  We can stay in the room, I would guess,
> until the restaurant closes, which must be at least 11PM.
>     You might mention at the start of your talk that you will be
>  available after.  That way, if someone needs a long explanation or
> has a very narrow-scope question, they know they can wait until
> after.
>  Jim Kuzdrall

Marc Nozell (marc at nozell.com) http://www.nozell.com/blog


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