[Ubuntu-SG] Software Freedom Day plans

Chow Loong Jin hyperair at gmail.com
Mon Sep 7 02:13:07 UTC 2009

On Monday 07,September,2009 10:04 AM, Muhammad Heidir wrote:
> [...]
>>> 3. The switch which I intent to bring has 16 ports. The router can always be connected to the switch or the other way round.
>> That sounds pretty awesome. Speaking of which, from what I've heard, NLB has a
>> 512k line which will probably be shared out via WiFi and LAN on that day.
> I have a wireless broadband, 7.2Mbps capable. Just need to get this
> fixed up for sharing. I worry the 512k line will lag too much.
Great! The 512k line is almost guaranteed to lag, speaking from experience. My
home connection is 512k and it's bad enough with one main consumer. Get a 512k
connection and share it over 100 or so and you're doomed to fail.

> [...]
>>> 1. Netbook - Netbook Remix
>>> 2. XPS - Ubuntu + Edu stuff and games
>>> 3. Frets on Fire (Loong Jin)?
>> I've got that installed on my notebook.
> Great, ready to play!
>>> 4. Customised Ubuntu? Mac-a-like, Win7-a-like, funky-theme 
>> Mine's themed a little like Mac, but not completely like either. (Docky, Aurora
>> Smooth Gtk+ theme)
> Will be good enough. I'm thinking whether it will be possible if you
> could create different accounts for different themes? Just a suggestion.
Actually I think switching themes is faster than switching accounts, but I'll
look into that possibility, yes. I'll see if I have enough space for KDE4 as well.
>>> 5. Gaming? (Urban Terror) we can hook up 2 or more systems, any system actually, be it Windows or Linux and play online
>> Well if we've got a switch, then this is a definite possibility. I'll bring my
>> mouse along then. Also, we should bring the installer along on thumbdrive or
>> something for those who don't have it installed.
> Urban Terror does not need to be installed. Just copy the folder and
> click on the appropriate executable file. Easy and simple! All in one
> single package for both OS.
Ah, okay then.

Kind regards,
Chow Loong Jin

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