Re: [Debconf] Re: The slides for my talk
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- Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 16:07:44 +0200
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Enrico Zini (2003-07-22 14:56:08 +0200) :
> My talks archive is at:
I would like to suggest to anybody interested that we conform to this
sort of naming scheme. There are lots of Debian developers doing
talks here and there, and quite often we like to borrow from each
other's slides. I know I've done it (and will do it again :-), and
it's sometimes a hassle to find where the talks are available.
I know it's not common practice ("ls -d */public_html/talks" on
people.debian.org:/home only gives five hits), but it could become
so, and would make it tremendously easier to find material to borrow
from for future talks :-)
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