[Ubuntu-US-CA] Installfest at Cal State Long Beach?

Charles N Wyble charles at thewybles.com
Tue Feb 12 17:23:28 UTC 2008

I'm also down for an install fest at CSULB. Weekend is great (as long as it
isn't the second Saturday as that is when I run LiLAX meetings).


Evenings also work. Say 6:00 to 9:00 or something. 


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[mailto:ubuntu-us-ca-bounces at lists.ubuntu.com] On Behalf Of Larry Biroff
Sent: Monday, February 11, 2008 10:52 PM
To: Ubuntu US California
Subject: Re: [Ubuntu-US-CA] Installfest at Cal State Long Beach?




An installfest at CSULB sounds great. I'd be willing to attend/service. A
weekend would seem more appealing, but I can settle for something later in
the evening; just set a definite date and I'll see if I'm able to attend. An
installfest doesn't require much: just a few tables/chairs/Wi-Fi network and
computers to accomdate them.Revolution OS is a great choice, I'd also
reccomend 'The Code'(http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0315417/) - It's a short 58
min. documentary, similar to Rev. OS, it's rather scarce to find it at your
local DVD store. But it's always floating around on the


Thanks again!




On Feb 11, 2008 7:28 PM, Glenn Zucman <gzucman at csulb.edu> wrote:


I spoke to you guys at SCaLE on Saturday. As far as I'm aware the Linux
presence on the CSULB campus is woefully low.

Are you guys up for coming out and doing an installfest on campus?

I teach some big Art Appreciation classes in the University Theater. I
can probably book The Theater on a Wednesday evening after 5p. Maybe a
Wed in April?

Maybe we could show the DVD "Revolution OS" from 6-7p and have an
installfest from 7-10 -- how would something like that work?

Weekends are probably better for you guys and other off-campus peeps...
but I think the weekday evening might work better for students and other

If we do want to screen the DVD it'd look great in the theater... and
then after we can raise the screen and use the whole stage for our
installfest. I can probably dig up some tables and some AC j-boxes. The
theater has Cat-6 and WiFi internet. Neither is great, but they both
work. I think we only have 1 Cat-6 jack, but we could plug a router
in... and/or use WiFi... and/or do stuff from CD/DVD.

Let me know if y'all are interested... any logistic thoughts... a good
day to try to book the theater, etc...

Thank You!

-- Glenn

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