[web-team] Re: Mozilla at SVLUG, December 2001
svlug at tgeller.com
Fri Oct 12 12:49:03 PDT 2001
At 9:12 PM -0700 10/8/01, Michael Ang wrote:
>I've changed the blurb around a bit. I'm finding a clear, succinct,
>and conversational description a bit elusive.
I think it looks great. Let's run with it!
>Hopefully the blurb
>will pique enough interest so that people will come for the full
>spiel. One disadvantage to loading up the description is that it
>starts to make it sound harder than it really is.
This is a VERY geeky crowd, so I wouldn't worry about that. :) And away we go!
The SVLUG Web team is cc:d -- please consider this the final
description for the December 2001 meeting. And I'll contact you again
the week before the talk to confirm everything. Thanks again for your
SVLUG Speaker Coordinator
Wednesday, 5 December 2001, 7pm-9pm or so.
Building Applications with Mozilla and XPCOM
The output of the Mozilla project is not just a browser;
it's also a complete, cross-platform application framework.
At the core of this framework is XUL, a user interface
description language that allows UI described in XML
with scriptable XPCOM components that provide access to such
tasks as network communications, file I/O and manipulating
cookies. This talk will provide an overview of how to write
a complete application inside Mozilla, with particular focus
on how to create reusable XPCOM components.
MORE ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Michael Ang is a former Netscape software developer who
first started working on the "Mozilla Classic" code base in
interpreter, the XPIDL compiler and XPConnect. His
activities since then include kernel/device driver hacking
for the PA-RISC Linux port and continued involvement with
Cisco Building 9.
The land of NUMBERS. The VINEYARDS conference center.
The side we are on is the Silver Oak/Jordan conference rooms,
where a large Cisco fountain is usually not turned on.
Directions on how to get there are listed at:
We've tried our very best for these directions to be accurate.
If you have any improvements to make, please let our Web Team
know! web-team at svlug.org
It's best if you arrive close to on time, as otherwise
there may not be someone posted at the door to let you in.
After the speakers end their presentation there is usually
a Q&A session, time for job seekers and employers to meet,
and often a few door prizes.
When the meeting is over people are encouraged to chat a bit,
but also to exit the building so Cisco can lock up. Don't
worry, a lot of us go to dinner afterward so there's plenty
of time to chat outdoors or offsite.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Tom Geller * San Francisco * tgeller.com
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