[ubuntu-uk] The next UK Charity event we can all take part in and make a difference towards.

alan c aeclist at candt.waitrose.com
Thu Nov 2 04:32:57 GMT 2006


Nicholas Butler wrote:
> http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/
> 
> Children In Need, which happens every year in the UK since Terry Wogan 
> could first raise an eyebrow in interest,will again be occuring.
> 
> http://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey/fundraising/
> 
> I would very much like to see the UKTeam rally forth  , as they had 
> before at Linux World,  and come up with a One Day event that every 
> Ubuntu UK team member and mailing list reader can take part in. Of 
> course it would be even better if we could round up the other Community 
> Distro members and motivate them to do something similar.
> 
> The Appeal night is the 17th Of November and I would like to get an 
> Entry into the Charity and agree to raise funds.

[...]

>Lets have a Charity Ubuntu Install

I really like this idea. I think it would get good publicity too.

In practice a major hurdle initially is the install. I know when I
benefited from a SCLUG install day, it was a major turning point for
me. As it happens I did not use it for some long time following, but,
for me it was *real* it existed, and I had seen it happen! When the
time came to try things for myself, although I was a helpless newbie
for ages, I had the confidence to know that it was really possible.
-- 
alan c



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