Sunday, December 8, 2013

Chicagoans Hacking on GNOME, Holiday Edition

We will be meeting at Pumping Station: One (3519 N. Elston, Chicago) this coming Saturday, December 14th, at 12 pm.We're back to our earlier start time and will be hanging around and celebrating the holidays until 5 pm. Jeff Schoeder (The Graphite Project and a GNOMEr) will be doing a talk on Graphite. Graphite stores numeric time-series data, and renders graphs of the data on demand. Bonnie King (Fermilab) will be presenting on Red Hat Software Collections, and how they are packaged and used in Scientific Linux. Afterward we'll have a christmas cookie exchange (just kidding) and generally celebrate. You can RSVP on

Jim Campbell has said something about having a potluck, with details being worked out on the mailing list. There isn't going to be hacking at the meeting this time, but it's been so long since I've had any hacking time that I might sneak into a quiet corner and hack anyway :)

Erik Johnson's talk on SaltStack from last month is posted now. Thanks again to Erik for speaking, and to Carl Karsten of Next Day Video for donating his time :)

Hope to see you all Saturday :)