[Ubuntu-SG] I Am Ready for Volunteering

Muhammad Heidir dave33bravo at yahoo.com.sg
Wed Aug 6 23:51:52 BST 2008


Hi,

I would like to suggest something  about the form you created. I'm not
saying that I don't trust you, but getting addresses is a bad idea.
Instead of address, I suggest that you change it to "Country" (ie,
Singapore, Malaysia) or maybe "Location" (ie: East, West, North, South,
Central).

You can stick with the address though, but may I know, will you be
sending newsletters or updates via snail mail?

Thank you.

On Thu, 2008-08-07 at 02:00 +0800, Rykel™ (Aen™) wrote:
> Pals,
> 
> By now you should have received a separate email with a form I made.
> As John said, let's at least get a proper list of supporters before we
> do anything... tell us about yourself in that form, and while I do not
> know what getting ourselves together will mean, but at least we are
> doing something!
> 
> If anyone thinks that the form can be improved, so that some other
> vital statistics can be captured, just let me know. It is an open
> form, so I can share the "source code" with you if you can help
> contribute to the Ubuntu cause.    : )
> 
> Like it was said, "Just do it."
> 
> 
> Best Regards,
> 
> Rykel™
> +65 8400 2102 (Singapore)
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 2008/8/7 John Thng <johnthng83 at gmail.com>
> 
>         On Thu, Aug 7, 2008 at 12:10 AM, Muhammad Heidir
>         <dave33bravo at yahoo.com.sg> wrote:
>         
>                 Hi,
>                 
>                 In response to the discussion part of volunteering, I
>                 wish to express my willingness to participate and
>                 offer my time as a volunteer consultant about Linux
>                 and Free and Open Source Software. Not so much as
>                 being a salesman, but as an adviser. Distributing of
>                 brochure is also acceptable. As long as I am able to
>                 create an awareness about free software alternatives.
>                 
>                 But I have to admit to you guys that, I'm not good in
>                 designing brochure or getting sponsors to print
>                 brochures. Anyone has experience?
>                 
>                 When is Comex coming up? This could be a step towards
>                 a brighter future for FOSS in Singapore!
>                 
>                 Anyone game enough to set some goals that are
>                 achieveable?
>                 
>                 Looking forward to an exciting experience!
>                 
>                 
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>         
>         
>         Things do not look so bright a few times in computer shows.
>         And I've seen last minute discussion about promoting Linux or
>         so in computer shows back last time in LUGS mailing list. And
>         last PC show, although I meant my friend who is doing sales,
>         and the product comes with ubuntu, he hardly know much about
>         ubuntu.
>             
>         Btw, there's software freedom day in September, I think more
>         attention is focused there.
>         
>         An achievable goal, will be bi-annual ubuntu launch party. I
>         don't think I see a mini launch party(or small gathering) here
>         first ...
>         
>         We don't even know the headcount of volunteers here ...
>         So it's good to know, as well as get contacts, and etc. just
>         in case.
>         
>         Best Regards
>         John
>         
>         
>         
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> 
> 
> 
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