Ubuntu Toronto Meeting Processes
erebus59 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 15 02:26:40 UTC 2007
As one who WAS at the last meeting (for an hour and a half) I must say that
laptops are a BIG (IMHO) impediment to making new members feeling more
welcome. When the majority of people in the meeting are sitting staring at
their laptops, fingers tapping away on their keyboards, not making eye
contact it is hard to feel welcome and part of the process.
What I don't understand is why some people seem to be VERY reluctant to
commit to closing their laptops for a short while and interact in person
with their fellow Ubuntu fans (and potential fans).
My $0.02 (again)
Frank in Mississauga
On 1/14/07, Patrick I <p.killeen at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> I fail to understand this obsessive hatred towards laptaps at an OS
> Even Evan feels the need to set down the rules about them regardless that
> has never been to a Ubuntu Toronto meeting.
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