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Cape Town; Talks
It turns out that I've been in Cape Town for the last three weeks, hiding from my documentation responsibilities in the rather picturesque Department of Maths and Applied Maths at UCT. (They use Ubuntu here!) Shaun is dragging me across the Atlantic in mid-March to make up for it though. Rumours that I was bribed with biscuits are almost certainly unfounded.

Anyway, while I'm here I'll be opening my mouth on numerous occasions:
  • On Monday the 21st of February I'll be giving a talk on "Contributing to open-source documentation" at AIMS in Muizenberg.
  • On Tuesday the 22nd I'll be talking about "Future conflicts between the Ubuntu and GNOME communities". Catchy title, huh? It's at the LUG meeting on UCT Upper Campus. See the CLUG wiki for more information.
  • On Tuesday the 1st of March I'll be giving an academic talk on "Testing homogeneity on large scales with the kinematic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect". That's at 12 noon in the Maths building at UCT.