Programmers/Scripters/Other Ideas???

Lots of ideas here, so perhaps some topic splits would be in order, but I'm always interested in any programming/scripting presentations...

I see we have posted the following (in our education section) in the past:
Building Kernel Modules
Tcl
Python
Unix Shell Scripting
Cross-Compiling for Zaurus (Qt)

If we have expertise in this area future presentations on these lines would be good...along with programming maybe a presentation on CVS would be good too.

I have experience in programming (and in this order):
C
X/Motif (OpenMotif)
Make
Shell Scripts
General - Linux Socket Programming
General - Linux/Unix Signals
General - Building Custom Kernels
General - Linux Embedded Systems
Qt
Perl
Javascript
Java
C++

I know Michael has done a presentation on apt and Debian package managment but maybe a refresher and or inclusion of RPM or other distros work would be good.

Also, if we have presented in the past on the following topics, there is nothing current on the education page, so if we have experts:

Apache Web Server setup
Samba File Server setup
Firewall setup (iptables) & Masquerading
Cups Print Server setup
Xinetd services setup including common services like ftp & telnet
DHCP Server setup
DNS Server setup
Sendmail Mail Server setup and spam filters
XOrg setup and configuration

Other programming I'd be interested in seeing a presentation on:
Python
Gtk/Gdk
Java SDK

Perhaps a discussion of KDE and Gnome?

Okay...any comments/volunteers?

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Re: Programmers/Scripters/Other Ideas???

[quote="db"] Apache Web Server setup Samba File Server setup Firewall setup (iptables) & Masquerading Cups Print Server setup Xinetd services setup including common services like ftp & telnet DHCP Server setup DNS Server setup Sendmail Mail Server setup and spam filters XOrg setup and configuration Other programming I'd be interested in seeing a presentation on: Python Gtk/Gdk Java SDK Perhaps a discussion of KDE and Gnome? Okay...any comments/volunteers?[/quote] I could do something on Apache, Samba, DHCP, DNS, Postfix (I don't use Sendmail). I've done Apache, Samba, and Postfix in the past - I need to see if I can get those presentations online. I know I have the samba one still.