[Ubuntu-US-CA] Meeting tonight?
larry.cafiero at gmail.com
Mon Jun 16 02:01:04 BST 2008
On 6/15/08, Nathan Haines <nhaines at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Agreed, and I want to make perfectly clear what I mean here: while I do
> remember hearing briefly about the project, I haven't heard anything
> since your initial forum post. I certainly haven't read about it in
> other online publications nor on the radio. My only real way to know
> about this other than Planet Ubuntu and the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter is
> the mailing list or the wiki. I'm thrilled that you've en able to get
> news out to others successfully. I am extremely interested in the
> project and would like to be aware as to how it is proceeding. Is there
> a centralized resource for this? Mailing list or Web site or anything
> that I can follow? I'd be more than happy to post about this on Planet
We are in the process of migrating the site, which I hope will be done
by tomorrow, along with a mailing list and an on-line survey for
Felton residents. Currently the page to visit is
> Anecdotally, Canonical seems pretty infamous for this. As for "Ubuntu"
> jumping at the alternative, Ubuntu is just community, like you or me. I
> know there are users in the SF/SJ area as well, but we don't have any
> active members from there in our LoCo. Requests for volunteers for
> LugRadio Live, for example, went unanswered and in the end it was only
> me who made the trip up from Orange County. Without my knowledge,
> Canonical didn't do more than provide CDs for the attendee gift bags.
Understood. Working under the worst case scenario, if you had some
LiveCDs -- or even LiveCDs we could help burn for you if need be. Swag
would be nice, but I think it's more important to get media into the
hands of those Feltoners curious enough to try this experiment.
I can't represent Ubuntu myself because, as the project's coordinator,
I should remain distro neutral. I know of one person in S.F. I'd like
to ask come down to Felton, but I'm putting out the call now for
> Larry, any frustration I might have is directed solely toward the gaps
> in communication in the LoCo infrastructure, and explicitly not at you.
Understood and appreciated. Thanks.
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