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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 took place on Friday 10th December. It was held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.

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The day was split into two halfs: in the morning, there was a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing"; the afternoon consisted of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.
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The day was split into two halves: in the morning, there was a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing"; the afternoon consisted of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.
 
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The tutorial coveedr a mixture of more advanced LCFG component techniques and tips on current recommended "best practice". Topics (in no particular order) included:
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The tutorial covered a mixture of more advanced LCFG component techniques and tips on current recommended "best practice". Topics (in no particular order) included:
 
  • Using the Perl Template Toolkit
  • Resource validation
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3:45-4:15 "MacOS X" Kenneth MacDonald The IS MacOS X Supported Desktop is built on a combination of LCFG and Apple tools.
4:15-4:30 "Planning SL6" Alastair Scobie Scientific Linux 6 is due out at the end of this year.
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There were also be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including:
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There were also several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including:
 
fail2ban
Configures the fail2ban log file scanner which blocks IP addresses that are associated with multiple login failures
hwmon
Looks for failed hardware (e.g. disks and PSUs) and notifies nagios

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LCFG Users Day 2010

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The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will take place on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.
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The annual LCFG users day for 2010 took place on Friday 10th December. It was held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.
 
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The day will be split into two halfs: in the morning, there will be a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing"; the afternoon will consist of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.
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The day was split into two halfs: in the morning, there was a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing"; the afternoon consisted of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.
 
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The tutorial will cover a mixture of more advanced LCFG component techniques and tips on current recommended "best practice". Topics (in no particular order) will include:
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The tutorial coveedr a mixture of more advanced LCFG component techniques and tips on current recommended "best practice". Topics (in no particular order) included:
 
  • Using the Perl Template Toolkit
  • Resource validation
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3:45-4:15 "MacOS X" Kenneth MacDonald The IS MacOS X Supported Desktop is built on a combination of LCFG and Apple tools.
4:15-4:30 "Planning SL6" Alastair Scobie Scientific Linux 6 is due out at the end of this year.
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There will also be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including:
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There were also be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including:
 
fail2ban
Configures the fail2ban log file scanner which blocks IP addresses that are associated with multiple login failures
hwmon
Looks for failed hardware (e.g. disks and PSUs) and notifies nagios

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will take place on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.

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Time Title Speaker Abstract
2:00-2:10 Welcome
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"lcfg-postfix" Tim Colles Lightning
2:10-2:40 "State of Union" Kenny MacDonald Review of the last year: New Ports, New Users, Documenting Headers, Dependency Browsing
2:50-3:20 "Advanced CPP Macros" Shane Voss CPP macros are used to simplify extensive repetitive LCFG syntax, for example creating Xen VMs.
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"lcfg-postfix" Tim Colles Lightning
2:10-2:40 "State of Union" Kenny MacDonald Review of the last year: New Ports, New Users, Documenting Headers, Dependency Browsing
2:50-3:20 "Advanced CPP Macros" Shane Voss CPP macros are used to simplify extensive repetitive LCFG syntax, for example creating Xen VMs.
 
3:20-3:45 Break
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3:45-4:15 "MacOS X" Kenneth MacDonald The IS MacOS X Supported Desktop is built on a combination of LCFG and Apple tools.
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3:45-4:15 "MacOS X" Kenneth MacDonald The IS MacOS X Supported Desktop is built on a combination of LCFG and Apple tools.
 
4:15-4:30 "Planning SL6" Alastair Scobie Scientific Linux 6 is due out at the end of this year.

There will also be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including:

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will take place on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.

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  • Sub-classing the file component
  • CMake tips
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The slides are available from the LCFG website.
 

Morning Timetable

Time Title Speaker

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will take place on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.

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Time Title Speaker Abstract
2:00-2:10 Welcome
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2:10-2:40 "State of Union" Kenny MacDonald Review of the last year: New Ports, New Users, Documenting Headers, Dependency Browsing
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"lcfg-postfix" Tim Colles Lightning
2:10-2:40 "State of Union" Kenny MacDonald Review of the last year: New Ports, New Users, Documenting Headers, Dependency Browsing
 
2:50-3:20 "Advanced CPP Macros" Shane Voss CPP macros are used to simplify extensive repetitive LCFG syntax, for example creating Xen VMs.
3:20-3:45 Break
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3:45-4:15 "MacOS X" David Savage The IS MacOS X Supported Desktop is built on a combination of LCFG and Apple tools.
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3:45-4:15 "MacOS X" Kenneth MacDonald The IS MacOS X Supported Desktop is built on a combination of LCFG and Apple tools.
 
4:15-4:30 "Planning SL6" Alastair Scobie Scientific Linux 6 is due out at the end of this year.

There will also be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including:

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will take place on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.

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  • Component method access delegation
  • Adding new component methods
  • Accessing old values for resources
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  • Sub-classing the file component
 
  • CMake tips

Morning Timetable

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will take place on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.

The day will be split into two halfs: in the morning, there will be a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing"; the afternoon will consist of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.

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The tutorial will cover a mixture of more advanced LCFG component techniques and tips on current recommended "best practice". Topics (in no particular order) will include:

  • Using the Perl Template Toolkit
  • Resource validation
  • Using SysInfo
  • Component method access delegation
  • Adding new component methods
  • Accessing old values for resources
  • CMake tips
 

Morning Timetable

Time Title Speaker

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will take place on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.

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fail2ban
Configures the fail2ban log file scanner which blocks IP addresses that are associated with multiple login failures
hwmon
Looks for failed hardware (e.g. disks and PSUs) and notifies nagios
inifile
Generates INI style files
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macapps
Mac Stuff
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macapps
Maintains MacOS X application assignments and launchers
 
postfix
Configures the postfix mail server
procmailrc
Configures your procmailrc
sophos
Configures Sophos antivirus on OS X

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will take place on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.

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Morning Timetable

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Time Title Speaker Abstract
10:00-11:15 "Advanded Component Writing Part 1" Stephen Quinney
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Time Title Speaker
10:00-11:15 "Advanced Component Writing Part 1" Stephen Quinney
 
11:15-11:45 Break
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11:45-1:00 "Advanded Component Writing Part 2" Stephen Quinney
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11:45-1:00 "Advanced Component Writing Part 2" Stephen Quinney
 
1:00-2:00 Lunch will be provided for those attending the morning session.

Afternoon Timetable

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3:20-3:45 Break
3:45-4:15 "MacOS X" David Savage The IS MacOS X Supported Desktop is built on a combination of LCFG and Apple tools.
4:15-4:30 "Planning SL6" Alastair Scobie Scientific Linux 6 is due out at the end of this year.
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There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-fail2ban, lcfg-hwmon, lcfg-inifile, lcfg-macapps, lcfg-postfix, lcfg-procmailrc, lcfg-sophos and lcfg-zope.
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There will also be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including:

fail2ban
Configures the fail2ban log file scanner which blocks IP addresses that are associated with multiple login failures
hwmon
Looks for failed hardware (e.g. disks and PSUs) and notifies nagios
inifile
Generates INI style files
macapps
Mac Stuff
postfix
Configures the postfix mail server
procmailrc
Configures your procmailrc
sophos
Configures Sophos antivirus on OS X
zope
Manages the zope web application server
 

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LCFG Users Day 2010

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The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will occur on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07. In the morning, from 10am until 1pm, there will be a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing". The afternoon session will run from 2pm until 4:30pm and will consist of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.
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The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will take place on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07.
 
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The day will be split into two halfs: in the morning, there will be a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing"; the afternoon will consist of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.
 
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-- Main.squinney - 2010-10-04
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Morning Timetable

 
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Afternoon Speakers and Topics

Working Document

A few ideas have been suggested ... speakers haven't agreed to this schedule yet!

  • 2:00-2:35 Kenny MacDonald - Introduction and State of Union - Review of the last year: New Ports, New Users, Documenting Headers
  • Lightning: Stephen Quinney - lcfg-fail2ban
  • 2:35-3:10 Shane Voss - Using CPP Macros, for example setting up Xen VMs
  • Lightning
  • 3:10-3:30 Break
  • Lightning: Geoff Lee - lcfg-sophos, lcfg-macapps
  • 3:30-4:00 David Savage - MacOS X: UoE-Welcome, build-tools, lcfg-ard, lcfg-macinstall, IS Supported Desktop
  • Lightning: (maybe) Neil Brown - lcfg-zope
  • 4:00-4:30 Alastair Scobie - SL6 plans

We also have some new components since last year. Some of them could be introduced in lightning talks ...

  • lcfg-zope - Neil Brown

  • lcfg-postfix - Tim Colles
  • lcfg-procmailrc - Tim Colles

  • lcfg-hadoopconf - Chris Cooke
  • lcfg-hwmon - Chris Cooke

  • lcfg-wallet - Ian Durkacz

  • lcfg-pgluser - Graham Dutton
  • lcfg-tomcat - Graham Dutton

  • lcfg-macapps - Geoff Lee
  • lcfg-sophos - Geoff Lee

  • lcfg-macinstall - Kenny MacDonald
  • lcfg-naturaldocs - Kenny MacDonald

  • lcfg-fail2ban - Stephen Quinney
  • lcfg-yum - Stephen Quinney

  • lcfg-ard - David Savage

  • lcfg-kdm - Alastair Scobie

  • lcfg-inifile - Shane Voss

  • lcfg-upstarthooks - Alastair Scobie
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Time Title Speaker Abstract
10:00-11:15 "Advanded Component Writing Part 1" Stephen Quinney
11:15-11:45 Break
11:45-1:00 "Advanded Component Writing Part 2" Stephen Quinney
1:00-2:00 Lunch will be provided for those attending the morning session.

Afternoon Timetable

Time Title Speaker Abstract
2:00-2:10 Welcome
2:10-2:40 "State of Union" Kenny MacDonald Review of the last year: New Ports, New Users, Documenting Headers, Dependency Browsing
2:50-3:20 "Advanced CPP Macros" Shane Voss CPP macros are used to simplify extensive repetitive LCFG syntax, for example creating Xen VMs.
3:20-3:45 Break
3:45-4:15 "MacOS X" David Savage The IS MacOS X Supported Desktop is built on a combination of LCFG and Apple tools.
4:15-4:30 "Planning SL6" Alastair Scobie Scientific Linux 6 is due out at the end of this year.
There will be several lightning talks scattered throughout the afternoon highlighting individual components, including lcfg-fail2ban, lcfg-hwmon, lcfg-inifile, lcfg-macapps, lcfg-postfix, lcfg-procmailrc, lcfg-sophos and lcfg-zope.
 

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will occur on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07. In the morning, from 10am until 1pm, there will be a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing". The afternoon session will run from 2pm until 4:30pm and will consist of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.

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  Working Document
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A few ideas have been suggested ...
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A few ideas have been suggested ... speakers haven't agreed to this schedule yet!
 
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  • Kenny MacDonald - State of Union, Review of the last year, future direction
  • Alastair Scobie - SL6 plans
  • Shane Voss - CPP Macros, possibly including setting up Xen VMs
  • David Savage - MacOS X
  • Magnus Hagdorn - NaturalDocs
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  • 2:00-2:35 Kenny MacDonald - Introduction and State of Union - Review of the last year: New Ports, New Users, Documenting Headers
  • Lightning: Stephen Quinney - lcfg-fail2ban
  • 2:35-3:10 Shane Voss - Using CPP Macros, for example setting up Xen VMs
  • Lightning
  • 3:10-3:30 Break
  • Lightning: Geoff Lee - lcfg-sophos, lcfg-macapps
  • 3:30-4:00 David Savage - MacOS X: UoE-Welcome, build-tools, lcfg-ard, lcfg-macinstall, IS Supported Desktop
  • Lightning: (maybe) Neil Brown - lcfg-zope
  • 4:00-4:30 Alastair Scobie - SL6 plans
  We also have some new components since last year. Some of them could be introduced in lightning talks ...

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will occur on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07. In the morning, from 10am until 1pm, there will be a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing". The afternoon session will run from 2pm until 4:30pm and will consist of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.

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  We also have some new components since last year. Some of them could be introduced in lightning talks ...
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  • lcfg-ard
  • lcfg-fail2ban
  • lcfg-hadoopconf
  • lcfg-hwmon
  • lcfg-inifile
  • lcfg-kdm
  • lcfg-macinstall
  • lcfg-naturaldocs
  • lcfg-pgluser
  • lcfg-postfix
  • lcfg-procmailrc
  • lcfg-sophos
  • lcfg-tomcat
  • lcfg-upstarthooks
  • lcfg-wallet
  • lcfg-yum
  • lcfg-zope
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  • lcfg-zope - Neil Brown

  • lcfg-postfix - Tim Colles
  • lcfg-procmailrc - Tim Colles

  • lcfg-hadoopconf - Chris Cooke
  • lcfg-hwmon - Chris Cooke

  • lcfg-wallet - Ian Durkacz

  • lcfg-pgluser - Graham Dutton
  • lcfg-tomcat - Graham Dutton

  • lcfg-macapps - Geoff Lee
  • lcfg-sophos - Geoff Lee

  • lcfg-macinstall - Kenny MacDonald
  • lcfg-naturaldocs - Kenny MacDonald

  • lcfg-fail2ban - Stephen Quinney
  • lcfg-yum - Stephen Quinney

  • lcfg-ard - David Savage

  • lcfg-kdm - Alastair Scobie

  • lcfg-inifile - Shane Voss

  • lcfg-upstarthooks - Alastair Scobie
 

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will occur on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07. In the morning, from 10am until 1pm, there will be a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing". The afternoon session will run from 2pm until 4:30pm and will consist of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.

-- Main.squinney - 2010-10-04

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Afternoon Speakers and Topics

Working Document

A few ideas have been suggested ...

  • Kenny MacDonald - State of Union, Review of the last year, future direction
  • Alastair Scobie - SL6 plans
  • Shane Voss - CPP Macros, possibly including setting up Xen VMs
  • David Savage - MacOS X
  • Magnus Hagdorn - NaturalDocs

We also have some new components since last year. Some of them could be introduced in lightning talks ...

  • lcfg-ard
  • lcfg-fail2ban
  • lcfg-hadoopconf
  • lcfg-hwmon
  • lcfg-inifile
  • lcfg-kdm
  • lcfg-macinstall
  • lcfg-naturaldocs
  • lcfg-pgluser
  • lcfg-postfix
  • lcfg-procmailrc
  • lcfg-sophos
  • lcfg-tomcat
  • lcfg-upstarthooks
  • lcfg-wallet
  • lcfg-yum
  • lcfg-zope

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LCFG Users Day 2010

The annual LCFG users day for 2010 will occur on Friday 10th December. It wil be held in the Informatics Forum, room G.07. In the morning, from 10am until 1pm, there will be a tutorial on "Advanced Component Writing". The afternoon session will run from 2pm until 4:30pm and will consist of talks, reports and discussions covering various achievements in the LCFG world from the previous year.

-- Main.squinney - 2010-10-04

 
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