[mythtv-users] OT: MythTV booth at LinuxWorld Expo in London
1canuck2 at gmail.com
Sat Sep 9 01:16:16 UTC 2006
So far I have done two presentations on MythTV at our local LUG (KWLUG in
Kitchener/Waterloo, Ontario, Canada).
They have both been well received with many attendees, lots of interest and
questions. Each has resulted in some more Myth converts too, which is great
MythTV is one of those awesome projects that is easy to show off and has
many people interested in the subject. Its a thoroughly impressive Linux
suite of applications, that makes a great demo of the power of Linux/Open
On 9/8/06, Justin Hornsby <justin.hornsby at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, I've (twice) been in the fortunate position where somebody
> approached me to ask if I'd like to take MythTV along & show it off.
> Sometimes a pre-emptive effort is required.. maybe get along to your
> local LUG & tell everybody about what MythTV is, how you set it up &
> use it, maybe even give a presentation. As obvious as it might seem
> to us, not everybody in the Linux community has heard of MythTV - or
> of those there may be preconcieved ideas/prejudices to overcome.
> That's actually part of my 'mission' (to dispel the myths about
> MythTV) .. After LugRadioLive I was left with the impression that Myth
> sometimes has reputation that precedes it.
> It'd be very tempting to take MythTV along to a 'consumer' oriented
> show, but as we're all very much aware, setting up MythTV, while not
> the hardest thing in the world is far from a 'plug & play' experience
> - that could do the project's reputation a lot more harm than good
> Exhibiting any project ( but especially MythTV) is a fun and
> challenging experience. If you're keen enough, go for it.
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