Press Release: An "Ubuntini" from Vancouver
akgraner at ubuntu.com
Tue May 18 20:09:56 BST 2010
On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 2:51 PM, Paul Tagliamonte <paultag at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 2:49 PM, Randall Ross <randall at executiv.es> wrote:
>> === For Immediate Release ===
>> Greetings Ubuntu World!
>> You already know this, and Mark Shuttleworth's UDS-M keynote confirmed:
>> Ubuntu needs to be heard and needs to spread everywhere. It needs to be a
>> meme. It needs to "cross the chasm".
>> The Ubuntu Vancouver Local Community shares Mark's vision and proudly
>> announces something designed to spread and to startle the world into
>> noticing Ubuntu: the Ubuntini.
>> The Ubuntini is available as both a cocktail and a mocktail. It's lively.
>> It's beautiful. It's delicious. We've chosen our colours with care. We've
>> even included Tang, that savoury sweet drink mix enjoyed everywhere by
>> cosmonauts and normal humans alike.
>> The next time you're in a bar, a lounge, or at a party please have your
>> friendly bartender mix you an Ubuntini. Gather your friends. Raise a glass
>> and have a hearty cheer: "Oo-boon-too!" The world will notice. The rest will
>> Mark, we are truly inspired by your leadership, your ethos, and your
>> project. Thank you for all you have done and for all that you will do. The
>> Ubuntini: Inspired by Ubuntu. Dedicated to Mark Shuttleworth.
>> The Ubuntini recipe and product card are hereby released free to the world
>> on this day, Tuesday May 18th 2010, from Vancouver Canada. Enjoy!
>> Randall Ross
>> Ubuntu Vancouver Buzz Generator
>> Media and Press Inquiries
>> randall at executiv.es
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> Well, I know how my weekend is going to go!
> Well done guys. Well done.
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Just me Amber.
There are lots of Linux users who don't care how the kernel works, but
only want to use it. That is a tribute to how good Linux is.
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