Topics for this months meeting:
[note] Brian lost his voice the day of the meeting so his presentation will be bumped to April when he has his voice back. Our apologies to anyone that came out to see his presentation.
First speaker:Brian Cluff - Hidden features of the Kdenlive video editor
Brian will cover a number of very useful features he has found while editing the videos he shots of the Phoenix Linux Users Group.
Second Speaker:Aaron Lokote Jones - Virtual Private Servers: A short overview
Topic Level: Beginner
A VPS or Virtual Private Server is an affordable tool that can be used to help you learn how to administer a web facing Linux installation, augment your day to day activities, or simply become a source of fun. During the talk we will explore a VPS, learn what kind of software is available for a VPS and how that can be used to enhance your day to day computer use, and how much it could potentially cost.
Aaron L. Jones is a former member of the Texas State Guard who now works as a computer programmer for a law enforcement agency. He has an Associates Degree in Information Technology, a Bachelors in Information Technology, and a Masters Degree in Cyber Security from the American Military University. He is a strong proponent of open source software, Linux, and believes firmly in freedom. He dabbles in FreeBSD but much prefers a minimal Centos or Xubuntu install. He has been using Linux for 16 years after starting with Red Hat while still in Middle School.
His hobbies and interests include table top RPGs, writing, modern military intelligence studies, and auto racing. When he isn't coding, he can be found watching auto racing or anime, hanging out in IRC, or surfing telnet available Bulletin Board Systems. (Shout outs to Mac Citadel, Ward Christensen, and Infocom[Zork!])