[BALUG-Admin] "BALUG"(+) booth at LinuxWorld
Tue Jun 10 06:26:38 PDT 2008
We'd likely have a spot for a person or two at the shared booth,
but not necessarily all hours of each day, or necessarily even for
a full day - it may very much depend on how many groups are interested
and how many folks volunteer to spend what times at the booth.
As the booth will be shared, I don't think we have any plans to hand the
booth effectively over to any single group exclusively for an entire
day. But for the most part there will likely be space for a person
or two from each UG - probably much, but not necessarily all of the
time - and space for some literature and such, likely a smallish sign,
and perhaps for a small display of some type.
I'll likely set up a wiki page to aid in coordinating this (e.g.
what persons will volunteer to be in the booth what hours of
what days, etc.). Watch the BALUG "admin" list
(Jim Stockford is also on that list)
for information about wiki page (I was planning to have that up a
bit earlier ... will likely have it up *real soon now*).
Quoting Andrew Fife <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi Jorge:
> Jim Stockford and Michael Paoli, who are copied on this message, are
> running point on the LUG booth. While the booth is in BALUG's name, the
> concept is to share it with other local F/OSS user groups. To the extent
> that members of the Norcal HUG would like t help out, I suspect that there
> may be interest in recruiting volunteers to help man the booth. However,
> these decisions are ultimately Jim's and Michaels.
> Thanks for reaching out.
> Andrew Fife
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jorge G. Mare [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, June 09, 2008 2:22 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: BALUG booth at LinuxWorld
> Hello Andrew,
> Please forgive me for sending you this email. I picked up your name and
> email address from this thread on the BALUG admin list:
> My name is Jorge Mare, and I am the marketing lead of the Haiku project.
> We are an open source project dedicated to the re-implementation of the Be
> operating system (www.haiku-os.org).
> We saw that BALUG has a booth at this coming LinuxWorld, and that you were
> looking for other user groups to possibly share the booth.
> One of our user groups in the Bay Area, NORCAL-HUG (www.norcal-hug.org),
> would be interested in using the booth for one day to showcase our open
> source OS (Haiku).
> If this is something that BALUG would be willing to accommodate, please
> let me know so that we can discuss the details.
> I look forward to your reply.
> Jorge G. Mare/aka Koki
> Cell: 209-740-9453
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