laura at lczajkowski.com
Wed Sep 29 14:23:16 BST 2010
On 29/09/10 14:21, Ralph Janke wrote:
> Party is whatever you define as a party!
> LoCo can and should do whatever they deem appropriate and
> what their local community wants and/or expects.
> Release parties are a good way to share information about
> open source and Ubuntu and to celebrate the achievements
> that were made possible in the last release cycle.
> All of this can be done with a lot of fun about it.
> - Ralph
> On 09/28/2010 06:18 PM, Randall Ross wrote:
>> Party = Fun!
>> So, we do this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i22efbYLj70
>> Install-fests, support events, and seminars aren't really "parties" now,
>> are they? ;)
>> Ubuntu Vancouver LoCo
>> On 10-09-28 03:10 PM, Ddorda wrote:
>>> What is usually being done this pary? installations? after all we don't
>>> get the CDs or any materials before the release, with what we should party?
We go for dinner then go to a bar for drinks and have a quiz of some
sort, it's a party. We can do installfests another time!
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