Irish OpenSolaris Users Group @ Trinity, March 27th
By fintanr on Mar 07, 2007
The next Irish OpenSolaris Users Group meeting is being hosted at Trinity College on March 27th, courtesy of Trinty Netsoc. Tim is mailing out the details at the moment, but if your a bit impatient you can also take a look on the users group page. Or just read on for a slighty abridged version of the annoucement
Seventh Irish OpenSolaris User Group Meeting Topic An introduction to OpenSolaris Date Tuesday 27th Mar 2007 Time 6:30pm onwards Location Swift Theatre, Arts Block – TCD, courtesy of Netsoc Directions TCD This month, we're going to hold a presentation on a topic that's probably a bit overdue, but better late than never. An Introduction to OpenSolaris Tim will be covering: \* Why OpenSolaris was started \* How the project is organised \* A short history of the project to dateAnd now the surprising part, yours truly will be presenting ..............
Fintan has volunteered to present: \* Building & installing your own OpenSolaris bits \* How you can start contributing So, if you're interested in learning more about OpenSolaris, as well as how to get started hacking on the code, you should definitely come along. We've also got a slot for our monthly run-down of OpenSolaris highlights since our last meeting in February, however, we don't yet have someone who can present this – if you're interested, please drop us a mail Looking forward to seeing you there!So as Tim said, pop along, and you never know, we may manage a beer afterwards. And I'll explain the difference between has and was to some folks (don't worry, I had planned to do a talk Tim ;) ).