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Full day PF tutorial in Riga, Feb. 20th, 2008

Contributed by merdely on from the hey,-free-tutorial dept.

As Peter Hansteen wrote on misc@:

At 10:00, February 20th, 2008 at the University of Latvia's Linux Center, Raina Blvd. 19, Riga, Peter Hansteen will be giving a full day PF tutorial, loosely based on his new book, "The Book of PF".

NOTE: The tutorial itself is free of charge, but for practical purposes we ask you to sign up for the session by sending an email with the subject "February 20th PF tutorial", preferably with the names of the people who plan to attend or at least the number of persons, to riga-reg@bsdly.net by February 19th.

Bring your laptop if you have one, slides will be available online shortly after the session.

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  1. By Alex (192.100.130.8) on http://preferans.de/

    Cool, I studied physics there 15y ago. Have fun in Riga

    If anyone is looking for a possibility to visit Riga,
    check out http://airbaltic.com and http://ryanair.com

  2. By Anonymous Coward (24.37.242.64) on

    Can someone please make a video of this event? :-) pls pls pls...

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    1. By Anonymous Coward (81.83.46.216) on

      > Can someone please make a video of this event? :-) pls pls pls...

      pls pls pls!

    2. By Anonymous Coward (66.133.138.130) on

      > Can someone please make a video of this event? :-) pls pls pls...

      I agree, this would be great to see and possibly could even be used for PR. I just got the book and have almost finished it. It simplifies a pretty ambiguous subject pretty well.

    3. By Anonymous Coward (217.19.26.102) on

      > Can someone please make a video of this event? :-) pls pls pls...
      PLLLLZZZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    4. By The guy in the podcast (67.169.210.138) on

      > Can someone please make a video of this event? :-) pls pls pls...

      Are you willing to buy a DVD of the tutorial to support the project?

    5. By Peter N. M. Hansteen (pitrh) peter@bsdly.net on http://bsdly.blogspot.com/

      > Can someone please make a video of this event? :-) pls pls pls...

      It now looks like we will be doing a video recording of the session. The exact how and when of publishing the result are still a bit fuzzy, but watch the usual spaces.

      - Peter

  3. By Kristaps Dzonsons (2001:6b0:1:1dd0:21a:a0ff:fe40:dd92) kristaps@kth.se on http://mult.bsd.lv

    If anybody's interested in having some fun after (before?) the event, please contact me via e-mail. She's a friendly city, but picky in making her friends. --kk

  4. By The guy in Riga (67.169.210.138) on

    Hello all,

    I am organizing this event and am happy to help anyone with travel plans. If a large group is planning to come, I can arrange for an apartment or hostel.

    See you in Riga.

    Michael

    dexter at the domain of ambidexter dot com

    Comments
    1. By Wim (88.82.33.37) wim@kd85.com on https://https.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/order.eu


      > I am organizing this event and am happy to help anyone with travel plans. If a large group is planning to come, I can arrange for an apartment or hostel.
      >
      > See you in Riga.

      I am very tempted, looking at the Riga airlines website, one can fly for about EUR 129 one way.

      The only problem I see it's a bit close to FOSDEM in Brussels and I really need to be home for that...

      Comments
      1. By Anonymous Coward (192.100.124.219) on

        > I am very tempted, looking at the Riga airlines website, one can fly for about EUR 129 one way.
        >

        Don't go there if you don't like beer, nice girls and pub crawls ;-)

        Comments
        1. By The guy with a bone to pick (67.169.210.138) on

          > Don't go there if you don't like beer, nice girls and pub crawls ;-)

          Or Jugendstil architecture in an 800 year-old-city that was once the capital of Sweden...

          Comments
          1. By Anonymous Coward (83.254.235.23) on

            > > Don't go there if you don't like beer, nice girls and pub crawls ;-)
            >
            > Or Jugendstil architecture in an 800 year-old-city that was once the capital of Sweden...

            When was Riga capital of Sweden?
            That is news to me and 9 million other swedes.

            Comments
            1. By Anonymous Coward (72.194.195.13) on

              > > > Don't go there if you don't like beer, nice girls and pub crawls ;-)
              > >
              > > Or Jugendstil architecture in an 800 year-old-city that was once the capital of Sweden...
              >
              > When was Riga capital of Sweden?
              > That is news to me and 9 million other swedes.

              Correction, the largest city in Sweden until 1710. My bad.

              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riga

              None the less, there is more to Riga than alcohol and girls.

  5. By edgars (78.84.92.33) - on -

    Cool! i'm in!

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