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Re: NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 27 February 2008 NYLUG: Jim Gleason on KVM, The
Re: NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 27 February 2008 NYLUG: Jim Gleason on KVM, The Next Wave of Virtualization
Tue, 26 Feb 2008 09:53:16 +0900
Bill O'Connor <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> How can you expect to attract anything but a super geek, who is most likely
>> using Linux already, with topics like the ones you present?
> How would you get such people to attend a meeting of computer users? By
> definition, only geeks would attend such a meeting, but they're not
> going to show up for a gedit tutorial.(emacs maybe)
Not to mention, why would you _want_ them to?
Despite Moshe's silly trolling, it's a meeting _intended_ for hackers,
not for joe-random-luser, so why on earth would it be a bad thing that
it covers subjects interesting to hackers?
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