This weekend saw the first edition of loadays, and it was good!

Puppet was nicely introduced by Dan Bode. CFEngine was not technical enough, which is imho preferred by the loadays crowd over marketing. The bacula talk was also a bit a mix of marketing and technical content, but ok.

Tom De Cooman did an excellent talk on monitoring tools, good speaker!

On Sunday we had to do without Pieter Colpaert's bash 4.0 introduction (thanks for putting the slides online!). Toshaan introduced us to SELinux with a clear presentation, maybe lacking some examples (since there was time left). Network RPM was interesting, but probably not for me. The last talk I followed was a good overview of the lsc-project by Jonathan Clarke.

Next loadays, if the organizers permit it, I'll do a bash tutorial.

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