[ubuntu-uk] Release Parties..

TT Mooney ttmooney at dilettantism.com
Wed Apr 2 18:15:14 UTC 2014

Al --

I would like to come along, and since I've never been to the Canonical
offices, I'd be very happy to join y'all there.

Kind regards,


On 02/04/14 15:22, ubuntu-uk-request at lists.ubuntu.com wrote:
> Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2014 14:33:55 +0100
> From: Alan Pope <alan at popey.com>
> To: British Ubuntu Talk <ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Subject: [ubuntu-uk] Release Parties..
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> Hi all,
> Every release we have a party in London because it's where the office
> is and lots of users and community people are there too. Nothing is
> stopping people having a get together in another part of the
> country/world, this mail is specifically about London.
> The release party often draws some people who get together to chat,
> have beer, laugh, recount geeky tales, and celebrate the new release.
> Lets do that again. Typically we do that on release day, which for
> 14.04 is April 17th. Note that Friday after release is a Bank Holiday.
> Should we have one in London, and where should we have it?
> Now typically, more recently not a huge number of people turn up. It
> was suggested by Michelle in the office that we could invite people to
> have a drink at the office rather than everyone all trek to a random
> rubbish pub somewhere. The side benefit of this is for people who plan
> to go away over the Easter weekend can have a quick drink and
> disappear rather than make an evening of it. For those who want to
> make an evening of it, can find another nearby bar/restaurant after
> the office clears out to carry on the merriment.
> Sound like a plan?
> Cheers,
> Al.

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