Precise Pangolin Release Party!
airurando at eircom.net
Sat Apr 21 19:38:05 UTC 2012
I searched long for a plush pangolin to no avail. If someone turns
up with one on the night I'll buy them a drink. To be safe, just one
drink (costing no more that 10 euro) to the holder of the first plush
pangolin (at least 10cm long) to arrive at the Black Sheep pub on
Capel street in Dublin after 8pm on Saturday the 28th of April 2012
as part of the Ubuntu Ireland LoCo Team Release party for Ubuntu 12.04.
In the very unlikely event that a dispute will arise my decision will
be final. :-)
Roll on the 28th!
At 12:08 21/04/2012, Tom Salmon wrote:
>We will be there!
>Free map link:
>Has anyone managed to find a stuffed pangolin? We will bring the
>usual stuffed Tux.
>On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 07:18:59PM +0100, Mike O'Donohue wrote:
> > Hi Everyone,
> > We will be celebrating the release of Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise
> > Pangolin) on Saturday the 28th of April. Revellers will gather at
> > the Black Sheep pub on Capel Street in Dublin from 8pm onwards where
> > we will have a few drinks and chat about all things including
> > Ubuntu. 12.04 is a special release as it is a Long Term Support
> > iteration and it is the first of which that will be supported for 5
> > years on the Desktop as well as the Server.
> > As with all Ubuntu Ireland events everyone is welcome to join us for
> > this party. So, even if you are just a little curious and would
> > like to find out more about Ubuntu Linux why not join us on the 28th
> > to celebrate the release of the Precise Pangolin.
> > "Ubuntu is an ancient African word meaning 'humanity to others'. It
> > also means 'I am what I am because of who we are'. The Ubuntu
> > operating system brings the spirit of Ubuntu to the world of
> > computers." source:
> > The above is a great concept.
> > Full details of this release party can be found on the LoCo Team
> > Portal Listing Page at:
> > If you plan on attending, as we hope you will, please consider
> > signing up for the party on that page. This is by no means
> > obligatory. If you plan on attending but don't want to sign up for
> > any reason whatsoever then don't.... just show up!
> > It's been a while since I've me tup with the guys so I'm certainly
> > looking forward to this release party and I hope to see many old and
> > new friends there!
> > Kind Regards,
> > Mike O'Donohue
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