SPUG: Osoft guys want to present "OSource Training" product
bill at celestial.com
Fri Nov 21 13:57:16 CST 2003
On Fri, Nov 21, 2003, Colin Meyer wrote:
>On Wed, Nov 19, 2003 at 09:55:48AM -0800, Tim Maher wrote:
>> We have a proposal from a vendor for a talk in December on a new
>> "Standardized training platform" for delivery of "Open Source
>> referenceware, training contentt, and code".
>> Let me know what you think . . . the proposal follows.
>If the presentation is about the problem, its difficulties and how they
>were overcome by the use of Perl, then it sounds great. If the
>presentation is about how good their software is, and why I need to use
>it, then I won't attend.
>It is unclear from the proposal what sort of talk it will be, though
>it does mention that the software will be offered as an open source
>SPUG has a superb track record of excellent technical talks, with no
>sales pitches. Let's keep it that way!
I agree with this.
I talked to Tim at this week's meeting saying I can do a presentation on
using the CGI::Application, CGI::Session, and HTML::Template packages to
build web-based systems.
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