[Linux-aus] [sort of OT] Making a better LCA Presentation - Avoiding "Death-By-Powerpoint" [1]

Ian ilox11 at gmail.com
Tue May 26 13:33:49 AEST 2015

Good suggestions Phillip. I did years of community projects and committees
but when I did about 8 months with Rostrum as part of a project I found out
so much more about speaking and meeting management. Certainly recommend the
experience that either organisation can give to those willing to learn and

Perhaps Kathy and the 2016 Team could put you and myself and others that
put their hands up on a sub-committee as part of Speaker Support?
On 26/05/2015 11:58 am, "Phillip Smith" <lists at fukawi2.nl> wrote:

> On 26 May 2015 at 09:39, Ian <ilox11 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I would like to discuss - preferable off to one side so I'm not filling
>> the list up with non-Linux posts - how to help presenters for any LCA to
>> produce a better presentation and avoid the common presentation pitfalls.
> ​I too would be willing to review speakers ​presentations in this manner.
> I certainly don't claim to be perfect, but I have been a Toastmaster for
> several years so have some experience. On that note, if there are people
> who would like to present but aren't confident doing so, look up your local
> Toastmaster club and give it a go :)
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