nisshh.ubuntu at gmail.com
Mon Sep 27 03:23:14 BST 2010
The Meetings wiki page is probably immutable because you aren't logged in
when you visit that page (look in the top right hand corner of the page), if
you still aren't able to edit the wiki page, please come and see us on IRC
in #ubuntu-au on irc.freenode.net.
If it comes to it, one of us will be happy to add your item to the agenda,
although anyone is supposed to be able to edit that wiki page.
Ryan Macnish (nisshh on IRC)
On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 8:22 AM, Paul Whipp <paul.whipp at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I've been using Ubuntu for work and play since 8.04.
> I am interested in getting more people to use ubuntu because it is better
> for them than the alternatives.
> I have been thinking about preparing a presentation and inviting people to
> come to it. After introducing Ubuntu and going over its use/benefits (focus
> on browsing/open office/email) people could try ubuntu and get instant help
> installing it if they have brought their laptops etc. along. I would need a
> couple of helpers who can speak non-geek and help with the installation
> issues and hand holding. I would aim for 12-24 attendees.
> I am new to this list & community so forgive me if this is obvious:
> I was going to post this as an agenda item for the next irc meeting but,
> while I can edit old meeting pages, the place where it says to add agenda
> items for the next meeting is on an immutable page (
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AustralianTeam/Meetings). Am I missing something
> Paul Whipp
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