[Edinburgh-pm] New open-tech lighting-talks meetup

Miles Gould miles at assyrian.org.uk
Wed Mar 16 11:42:33 PDT 2022

I'm afraid we have failed to set up streaming, but we're going to try to
record the talks and upload them as soon as possible.

Sorry about that!

On Tue, 15 Mar 2022 at 16:12, Miles Gould <miles at assyrian.org.uk> wrote:

> We now have a meetup.com event for this, which is now TOMORROW (i.e.
> WEDNESDAY 16th):
> https://www.meetup.com/TOTES-Edinbugh/events/284536538
> Streaming details to follow.
> Miles
> On Thu, 10 Feb 2022 at 11:49, Miles Gould <miles at assyrian.org.uk> wrote:
>> *tap tap* this thing still on?
>> A couple of friends and I are trying to put together an evening of
>> five-minute lightning talks for early March, to be hosted in Codebase (and
>> streamed online, but we really want to make it an in-person event like in
>> the Before Times insofar as possible). We're soliciting talks on open tech,
>> defined very broadly: if there's a cool open-source project you want to
>> show off, or open data source that people might find useful, or some aspect
>> of licensing that isn't widely understood, or - you get the idea - then
>> we'd love to hear about it! It doesn't have to be something you've worked
>> on personally, it's fine if it only runs on Windows/AWS/other proprietary
>> platform, it just needs to be open in some way. If the first night goes
>> well, we're hoping to make it a monthly event, maybe mixing up lightning
>> talks with some longer ones.
>> So, two questions:
>>  - Are you interested in attending such an event? (in-person or virtually)
>>  - Are you interested in giving a talk?
>> Cheers,
>> Miles
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