We have 4 topics this month
Austin Godber will be doing a demonstration of how he uses IPython for data analysis tasks.
IPython has multiple components. First it provides an advanced command line python REPL replacement. IPython also has a useful web based notebook interface that is well suited for interactive data analysis and visualization. Both of these features will be addressed with focus being on the web notebook component.
Austin Godber (@godber) is a developer and system administrator at Arizona State University and works on the camera team for NASA's MER and MSL Mars rovers. He has been using Linux for nearly 20 years and programmed in Python, Ruby, IDL, and C.
Brian Cluff will demonstrate damaged photo restoration using the gimp. He will show off several techniques and tools to repair damage, and how to get the best results.
Jerry Snitselaar will give us "Highlights of the 2014 Linux Collaboration Summit"
A quick overview of some of the things discussed at this year's Linux Collorabtion Summit held in March in Napa, CA.
Jerry Snitselaar - Senior Member of Technical Staff in Oracle's Linux and Virtualization Group working on the Linux Kernel. Originally from Iowa, but I have been in the valley since going to work for Lucent in 2000.
der.hans: "Heartbleed and me"
Abstract: In our continueing short talks on security, we will cover the Heartbleed bug from the desktop user's perspective.