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Bacon and Eggs

Presentation went well today. Besides showing Xgl, I presented f-spot and camera synchronization. LUG Radio’s Jono Bacon was not aware that this photo would be used in a demo later in the day. I should hope that Mr. Peabody’s creators would be proud.

Lots of cool people here in Southern California at Socal Linux Expo. Tomorrow I intend to meet some of the people from the Linux User Groups.


4 Responses

  1. Hi,

    is there any chance that you post your presentation, or place it somewhere to download or send it per e-mail?

    I’m one of the people who had to stay in europe but would like to get a taste of the things done at scale…


  2. Sure, but I have to wait a couple days to get an approval. 🙂 Seriously, though, I threw the presentation together from some scraps thrown to me by the extremely busy marketing guy for NLD, and a similar set provided by the immensely overworked product manager. I’m worried that somewhere in my last-second rush to build this Frankenstein, that I may have put in an innacuracy or two. Don’t get me wrong, I would not deliberately fabricate. (And, I don’t ever make mistakes. But perhaps sometimes I get misinformed.) But…okay, I got waaaaaaay too delayed in getting the Xgl demo running that I had no time to perfectly fact check my slides. There, I said it. I was ill-prepared! You got me already. Give it a rest. Damn. Now, where was I? Oh yeah, when I get a head nod from Greg Mancusi-Ungaro that my presentation’s info was all correct, I’ll post. Probably to the NUI website.

    Maybe I should voice record how I presented it in LA and post as a Flash file. You think that be of interest to many other people?

  3. There is a lot of stuff about NLD10 and some video’s on

  4. Uhm, not really sure because I now only my own interestes – but I know that Jono Bacon does it, he can probably tell more about how many people are interested in such things.



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