[ubuntu-uk] LinuxWorld planning - Update 14th Sept.
ana_m at onetel.com
Sat Sep 16 00:31:42 BST 2006
I could possibly do some video/pictures ... depending on how i manage my
time to find and recharge the necessary batteries etc.
might not have necessary facilities to get the stuff from camera to hard
drive tho ...
ajb35 at kent.ac.uk wrote:
> I'll do some picture taking, but I dont have a website or blog to
> upload them. Also I've got a big HP Laserjet printer although it's
> only b&w, so if needed I can print out loads of handouts maybe? As for
> interviewing visitors are we going to have some sort of short
> questionnaire we could ask people to fill out? I was thinking for the
> postcard idea that ASDA do 6x4 prints for 10p each if you buy a lot,
> but it doesnt matter what you get developed, it doesnt have to be a photo.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: nik <nik at reducedhackers.com>
> Date: Thursday, September 14, 2006 9:03 am
> Subject: Re: [ubuntu-uk] LinuxWorld planning - Update 14th Sept.
> To: British Ubuntu Talk <ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com>
> > Since I wont get a chance to post this over the weekend, here is
> > your
> > end of week update,
> > 1: Thank You to
> > Adam Bagnall, Alan Pope, Alan Helmore-Simpson,Stuart Parkington
> > and
> > Ashley Hooper whom have all volunteered to aid in Setup and
> > Attendance.
> > We believe Jono Bacon may even make an appearance!
> > 2: What is still required :
> > Since I dont know how much or little space or how much power or
> > how much
> > room or how much parking or how much of how much we can expect
> > Im going
> > to assume that we will have space for at least one 4x2 table so ...
> > More people to help with
> > Assembling the Booth ( I
> > imagine 4 people helping out would be a
> > benefit )
> > Being on the Booth ( we
> > need at least 3 People each day , minimum. )
> > Disassembling the Booth ( I
> > imagine 4 people helping out would be
> > a benefit )
> > Writting blogs, taking
> > pictures and interviewing visitors ( Some
> > one , or two , to do this please )
> > I'll write a note to the LUGMasters
> > pointing back to the wiki and
> > asking for any other input.
> > 3: Materials
> > Ive heard back from Marilze Coetzee regarding the Conference
> > Pack and
> > the 400PC,10064bit and 50Mac Ubuntu3: CDs, they are all
> > being processed.
> > Jono has pointed out that we should look to raise funds for
> > Ubuntu UK to
> > help pay for other promotional material and I dont want to
> > open a can
> > of worms on this topic other than to say Ive got some monies
> > promised
> > and Im asking some of my own clients if they want to donate to
> > help kick
> > this off. However this particular topic is consistently a can of
> > worms
> > so please lets not have a debate about it! If done well we can
> > reuse
> > these funds and materials ( urgh stock control ! ) to use on
> > other stands.
> > We have a list of things that are required on the days and I
> > want to
> > turn this into a list of what will appear , who own it, what it
> > will do
> > and what it requires.
> > We also have a few suggestions on marketing and promotional
> > stuff which
> > breaks down into two areas
> > 1 ) Stuff we hand out or
> > sell as promotional materials :- Badges,
> > Pins, Polo Shirts, Bags etc.
> > 2 ) Stuff we generate for
> > ongoing case study and historic benefit
> > :- Pictures, Reports, Reviews, Case Studies.
> > I may have misunderstood the intent but the post card idea to me
> > sounded
> > excellent especially since we can ( with permission ) use the
> > images and
> > studies to help promote Ubuntu , Volunteers and professionals.
> > 4: Daily Content
> > Any suggestion on this ? How about a Guru Point where people can
> > book
> > ahead on the Wiki before turning up on the day and book a space
> > and a
> > time to speak to a Guru ( can we have some Gurus please ?
> > ) . We could
> > run 4 of those at least over the two days. anyother ideas ?
> > 5: Where and How to contribute on the planning
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UKTeam/LinuxWorldLondon2006
> > is the whiteboard page for ideas and thoughts and contributions
> > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UKTeam/LinuxWorldLondon2006Planning
> > is the Agenda and page for actual commitments and confirmed stuff.
> > 6: Again , thanks.
> > For taking time to read and respond to this .
> > Nik Butler
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