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From Phil Steitz <>
Subject Re: [math] Apachecon slides
Date Sun, 05 Apr 2015 20:25:02 GMT
Thanks for the feedback and contributions!

I added a disclaimer making it clear that the challenges / lessons
learned stuff was just one contributor's view.  The content is now
pretty much complete (unless someone has some awesome better example
I can swap in).  I would appreciate a review of the completed
optimization slides and both the final challenges and lessons
learned slides.  I will wait a few days to upload the slides so I
can clean them up some more and incorporate any feedback I get.

Anyone who wants to review but does not want to fuss with
tex/beamer, shoot me a note and I will cut a pdf based on master
when I get the request.


On 4/1/15 10:27 AM, Phil Steitz wrote:
> Starting with Thomas and Gilles' tex setup from FOSDEM 2013, I have
> started creating slides for my talk in a couple of weeks at
> Apachecon NA [1].  The basic idea is to combine an overview and
> quick examples with some discussion of the many design and
> implementation challenges that we have faced.  I have put the tex
> sources on github [2] and would appreciate any comments or just PRs
> there.  There is a make file (thanks, Thomas!) that creates a pdf
> from the sources and also has a clean target to clean up cruft.  You
> need to have beamer installed for the build to work.
> The content looks like too much for 50 mins, but I can fly through
> most of it, so don't be discouraged to provide more examples.  I can
> also swap out some of the ones that are there.  I have also
> obviously not made it look pretty yet.  Patches of all kinds welcome
> :)  My goal is to have the slides complete and uploaded to LF by the
> end of this weekend.
> Thanks in advance for review / feedback.  Its probably best to
> provide the feedback on github.  If we get into any code
> discussions, we can take things back here.
> Phil
> [1]
> [2]

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