[kwlug-disc] Apology and offer

Bob Jonkman bjonkman at sobac.com
Thu Jul 8 21:32:48 EDT 2010


Hi Raul: No apologies required -- I took your response exactly as you 
intended.

I thought the remote access presentation was terrific, and I've been 
using many of the concepts and techniques you presented.  Since I found 
it so valuable, I thought that a wider audience would benefit too.  OGLF 
seems like a good place for such an audience-widening.

Aside from flitting about at various (non-Linuxy) KW meetings, recently 
I haven't been getting out much to Ubuntu-ca in Toronto 
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CanadianTeam/Toronto or MUMU 
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/mumu-ca/ (and MUMU doesn't really do 
formal presentations anyway, it's more like the Zeke's portion of KWLUG).

Still, if you're willing to present in an informal setting we can 
carpool to Mississauga some day -- the meeting on 21 September is the 
Second Anniversary meeting of MUMU, so a kick-app presentation would be 
great!

--Bob.

(Yes, this should probably be a private conversation.  Just pretend 
we're talking too loud on the bus.)


On 10-07-08 10:28 AM, Raul Suarez wrote:
> Hi Bob,
>
> Last time we talked I said something that may have been interpreted the wrong way. So I hope this email clarifies it.
>
> I am very flattered by your comments on my remote collaboration presentation.
>
> Regarding doing it at the OGLF, The goal is to make it broader than the KWLUG and have speakers from different projects and groups. Personally I would love to do it but I've already committed as a volunteer.
>
> When I said "get a venue and I'll do it" I meant "yes, I want to do it, thank you. do you know anyone that may be interested? I cannot do it at OGLF" but I think that it came up the wrong way. As I don't know how you interpreted, I apologize if you understood it differently than what I meant.
>
> Putting modesty aside: Is it that you want to hear the presentation or is it that you think it was so good that a wider audience would benefit?
>
> If it is the first, I can certainly do a private presentation.
>
> If it is the second, I am thinking about submitting it to a different conference where I am not volunteering.
>
> Again, I'm sorry I was a bit confused that night and I wasn't as clear as I should have been.
>
> Raul Suarez
>
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