Joint meeting for TorontoCrypto, LibrePlanet Ontario and Ubuntu Canada?
bjonkman at sobac.com
Sun Sep 7 19:11:48 UTC 2014
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Hi all: A spot of bad news - It seems Alio Lounge isn't open for
Afternoon Tea on a Saturday.
As an alternate, how about Yueh Tung, just across the street, upstairs
at 126 Elizabeth Street? Spacious, and they ARE open for Afternoon Tea.
*What* : Afternoon Tea
*When* : Saturday, 13 September 2014 from 3:00pm to 6:00pm
*Where* : Yueh Tung, 126 Elizabeth Street, Toronto, Ontario
*Website* : http://yuehtungrestaurant.com/
*Map* : http://osm.org/go/ZX6BtDPG?m=
*Register* : http://loco.ubuntu.com/events/ubuntu-ca/2883/detail/
If anyone has another preference, let us know!
On 30/08/14 04:24 AM, Bob Jonkman wrote:
> Hi again! It seems that the popular choice was Afternoon Tea, so I
> propose that we meet from 3:00pm to 6:00pm on Saturday, 13
> September in the Alio Lounge at 108 Dundas Street West, Toronto,
> Ontario. I'll have some Ubuntu disks with me, and I'm bringing
> some printouts of my GnuPG key so we can have a keysigning.
> Everybody's welcome, computerphile or not, both Free Software and
> Proprietary Software enthusiasts, and nobody will check your
> operating system at the door.
> Registration is optional, but if you don't register then send me
> an e-mail to let me know you're coming. I'll make reservations on
> And a week later we're celebrating Software Freedom Day in
> Kitchener. It's an all-day event with a stream of presentations
> including one on Open Data and one on Open Access publishing, a
> hands-on workshop on Scratch programming and one on Privacy and
> Security with Tor, a film festival, and an all-day installfest.
> Everything is free, both in the sense of Libre and Gratis. We're
> even giving away computers at the installfest (monitors are $20).
> *What:* Software Freedom Day *When:* Saturday, 20 September 2014
> from 10:00am to 4:00pm *Where:* Queen Street Commons Cafe and The
> Working Centre *Location:* 43 and 58 Queen Street South, Kitchener,
> Ontario, Canada *Map:* http://osm.org/go/ZXnwTzH0?m= *Schedule:*
> Hope to see you at either or both events!
> On 14-08-24 02:07 PM, Bob Jonkman wrote:
>> Hi everybodeee! Recently Canada has been enriched by the arrival
>> of one of LibrePlanet Brazil's organizers -- Welcome to Toronto,
>> Sergio is the founder of the LibrePlanet Ontario group, which I
>> didn't even know existed until now:
>> And then there's the TorontoCrypto group, which held a
>> Cryptoparty last month that I was sadly unable to attend...
>> And we've got a thriving Toronto chapter in Ubuntu Canada:
>> http://loco.ubuntu.com/teams/ubuntu-ca/ Did you know that the
>> Ubuntu Global Jam is upon us, and Ubuntu-ca has yet to schedule
>> an event?
>> So, I have a cunning plan: Let's get the three organizations
>> together for an afternoon to meet, greet, and chat about Free
>> Software, Cryptography, and hand out some Ubuntu 14.04 disks.
>> I propose a LibrePlanet/CryptoParty/UbuntuGlobalJam for
>> Saturday, 13 September 2014. Let me know if there's interest, and
>> I'll make a reservation at some downtown Toronto venue (likely
>> the Alio Lounge, a fave of certain Ubuntu-Canada members).
>> Let me know if you're interested in meeting, and whether you'd
>> like meet for:
>> * Afternoon tea (3:00pm - 6:00pm) * Dinner (5:00pm - 8:00pm) *
>> An Evening Out (7:00pm - 10:00pm)
>> You can reply to me privately, but if you respond to the list
>> then that will whip up enthusiasm for everyone. I'll count up
>> responses on Friday, 29 August, and make a reservation for the
>> most popular time.
>> Hope to meet you soon!
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