Further on this, I'm looking into resurrecting OQUG with more of a tech
content focus. If we do it right, this should be something that local
commercial users will want to attend for business reasons i.e. it would be a
free learning opportunity, chance to network with other QNX users, and
solidify relationships with QSS staff.
In the "new" model, I'd like to invite a speaker to give a talk at each
meeting (so we get useful content from it), and aferwards those who want to
could go for beer/pizza. Sort of a "mini QNX conference" each meeting.
Obviously this would require a venue and we haven't got money to spend on
this; I'm looking into some possibilities and if I'm able to set something
up, I'll announce the first meeting in this forum. Meanwhile, if you have
great ideas for seminar speakers/topics (remember, no budget, so these would
have to be people in or around the Ottawa area, or who will be travelling
here anyway), please send them my way.
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One of the things we came up with at the last meeting was that
any other "minutes" from the last meeting?
I think that's pretty much it. There was an amazing car crash just as
I got off the bus
Saw the whole thing.
If there is a resurrection of the OQUG thing, you'll hear about it here,
and at the website...
Robert Krten, PARSE Software Devices +1 613 599 8316.
Realtime Systems Architecture, Books, Video-based and Instructor-led
Training, Consulting and Software Products at www.parse.com