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I will give a presentation on Web Collaboration with TWiki at the Internet Developer Group in Mountain View, CA on Tuesday, 20 May 2003. For those who live in or near the Silicon Valley: It would be nice to meet some TWiki folks in person at this event smile

-- PeterThoeny - 07 May 2003

Subject: [inet-dev] Web Collaboration at May Internet Developer Meeting May 20th.
Date: Mon, 5 May 2003 10:26:55 -0700 (PDT)
From: Bill Selmeier bills@right-netPLEASENOSPAM.com
To: inet-dev@internetdeveloperPLEASENOSPAM.org

Web collaboration empowers corporate sales organizations, software development groups, and support groups to work faster and more productively. At May's Internet Developer Group Meeting we'll hear from Peter Thoeny, the developer of TWiki, a leading open-source GPL web collaboration tool. It's in use at Wind River, Boeing, AMD, CNN and many other large-to-small organizations with people who must work together, but are located in geographically diverse locations.

Far more than video conference workspaces, web collaboration is used to schedule, manage, document, support and present the work of task groups that may co-reside in one building or be spread out around the world. Their work may be secured or openly available. Participants can productively work from many different time zones. The participants themselves determine the culture of the work.

Join us for Pizza ($4 for the Pizza) at 7PM on Tuesday, May 20th to hear about this evolving new work environment.

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SPEAKER: Peter Thoeny - Software Developer
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Peter is a software developer with over 15 years experience, specializing in software architecture, user interface design and web technology. Peter is the author of the open source collaboration software, TWiki, and has managed the project over the last four years. He graduated from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, lived in Japan for 8 years working as an engineering manager for Denso (the largest auto electric parts supplier in Japan), and has now been in the Silicon Valley for 5 years. He manages the Engineering Operations group at Wind River, which has a large TWiki deployment.

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Time & Schedule: 7:00-9:00 PM Tuesday, May 20, 2003
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  • 7:00 - 7:30 PM Registration and Networking and Pizza Dinner.

  • 7:30 - 8:30 PM Web Collaboration - TWiki

  • 8:30 - 9:00 PM Personal Networking and Announcements

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Directions: See map and directions at http://www.internetdeveloper.org
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We will meet in the western wing of the main Netscape dining room, Netscape Building 22, 468 Ellis Street, Mountain View, CA Those who wish to join us for Pizza should be at the Planet Moz Dining Room by 7pm.

For non-AOL/Netscape attendees, it will probably be simplest to enter the building through the main lobby located where the two wings of the building join.

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-- Bill Selmeier - 05 May 2003

Yes, but will you give this presentation on TWiki from within TWiki? That's the acid test..

-- JonathanCline - 10 May 2003

Do you feel like you're being followed? wink (For everyone else, it seems the first three pages I looked at today had comments by JonathanCline, and I added my $.02 to each of them — he may be feeling rather paranoid by now.)

I should let Peter respond (I'm sure he will) but he has done it before in TWiki, and he (or someone else) will probably post a link here to one of the sample presentations done within TWiki. IIRC, I think it used something like the SlideShowPlugin.

-- RandyKramer - 10 May 2003

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