Got the LoCo Team CDs, but without the contact name :(

Jesper Jarlskov jesper at
Thu Nov 5 08:50:48 GMT 2009

I had a hard time getting the package as well since I first didn't
understand what the Loc was. I only got the package because the women in
the package central believed me when I said it was a large box of CDs.

Jesper Jarlskov

On Thu, 2009-11-05 at 07:05 +0100, Jan Claeys wrote:
> Op woensdag 04-11-2009 om 10:25 uur [tijdzone +0100], schreef Myriam
> Schweingruber:
> > As the contact of the Swiss LoCo Team I received the 9.10 CDs this
> > morning, but more by sheer luck and because I live in a small village
> > where people know each other. Hadn't the post employee remembered that
> > I receive such packs regularly, the whole parcel would have been sent
> > back, since there was no name on it.
> Well, even if I live in a 120k inhabitants city, the delivery guy
> remembered where I lived last year apparently...  :-/
> > It only states:
> > 
> > followed by the street and town address.
> > 
> > Not a clue what is in the pack, or where they come form (no company,
> > just a town address for TNT/Swiss Post distribution center, no
> > indication of Ubuntu or Canonical or Ship-it, whatever). 
> In my case it included me as "Contact Name" & "Street" included the
> street number, so no confusion here.  (Although the "loc. Belgium"
> _company_ is a bit weird maybe ;) )
> So luckily this didn't happen to everybody.
> -- 
> Jan Claeys

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