Tuesday, July 18, 2000

Tonight LIVE on www.thelinuxshow.com

At 6pm pst, 7pm rmt, 8pm cst, 9pm east and 1am GMT Kevin, Jeff, PJ, Emmett (of Slashdot.org) and Doc Searls (of the Linux Journal) have a educational show lined up tonight on The Linux(r) Show!!

In Segment One- News: As usual we will be covering the hot linux news of the week; including an update on the DeCSS controversy.

In Segment Two- 3wave: we will be joined by Dave McAllister the Director of SW for 3ware. Dave is well known for driving Linux into SGI's system plans. He is now doing the same for 3Ware.

With a passion for forward thinking solutions, 3ware is developing high-performing, fault-tolerant controllers that work in the Linux environment. 3ware has created a new I/O architecture that increases performance while lowering the cost of storage subsystems. 3ware's current line of Escalade controllers allow IDE drives to outperform SCSI systems.

In Segment Three- Planning a good LUG Event Come join the discussion (on IRC) on HOW TO plan and host a killer Linux Event. Dave McAllister is also known for his experience at planning a user group function , so he is going to hang out and be a part of our panel, as we explore this issue. If you were listening last week you heard all about how "not to" do an even, tonight we delve into proper planning and some of the resources that are available to LUGS for planning events. We will also be joined by Kara Pritchard the leader of the LUG section of the community web site linux.com

Remember tune in at 6pm pst, 7pm rmt, 8pm cst, 9pm east and 1am GMT.

Catch the Linux show at www.thelinuxshow.com