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Re: [vox] Possible talks by Micah Cowan
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Re: [vox] Possible talks by Micah Cowan

One vote for C99.


From: Peter Jay Salzman <p@dirac.org>
Reply-To: vox@lists.lugod.org
To: Linux User Group of Davis <vox@lists.lugod.org>
Subject: [vox] Possible talks by Micah Cowan
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 00:11:30 -0700

hi lugod,

micah cowan has offered to give a talk at one of our meetings.  as an
unofficial poll, what topics would people like to hear about most?

micah indicated that this is ordered by the amount of prep time he would
need to prepare for the talk.

- Advanced E-Mail Techniques, or, Anatomy of an E-Mail (for people who
   don't know SMTP or POP3, or how to read the trace headers - moderate).
- Unicode (moderate)
- DocBook (moderate)
- XML (moderate)
- The "New" C: C99 (tecchy - assumes C knowledge)
- XSLT - An XML transformation language that is itself an XML
   application. This would be a two-parter: 1. XPath and 2. XSLT. (tecchy)

my own unofficial vote would be on C99.   :-)


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