This week we have Anthony Critelli visiting our club to give a special presentation on kernel tracing. Anthony Critelli is a Linux systems engineer with interests in automation, containerization, tracing, and performance. He started his professional career as a network engineer and eventually made the switch to the Linux systems side of IT. He holds a B.S. and an M.S. from RIT. If you have no clue what kernel tracing is (like me), or you want to learn all the Linux kungfu, this is a can’t-miss meeting.
On November 21st, we are doing a get-together at Bar Louie with the larger FOSS community at RIT. We plan to arrive at the restaurant around 5:30 PM, we will be carpooling over from the Magic Center around 5:15. Please fill out this form so we can book a spot at the restaurant and know how many people need a ride.
T-shirt sales are live! If you are interested in a t-shirt, please follow this link to purchase a t-shirt online. Even if you completed the google t-shirt interest survey, you have to purchase the shirt through this page. We will close the store on Sunday (11-17-19) so we can place the order and have the T-shirts after thanksgiving break.
If you are interested in helping RITlug present at the Rochester Makerfaire on November 23rd, please contact me ASAP– preferable at this week’s meeting or on slack. We are looking for 2-3 people to help us present club projects to the general public at this faire. This year we will be exhibiting Tiger OS, Tux Racer on a Pi 4, Magic Mirrors, and musical floppy drives. We can provide transportation – and food!
Looking forward to seeing you all at this weeks meeting,
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