[Ubuntu-US-CA] Hello from near San Diego

David Wonderly david.wonderly at kubuntu.org
Thu Aug 11 06:16:41 UTC 2011

Hey Tony, I am also in the San Diego area (Imperial Beach) and I would
love to meet up for some Ubuntu related things. I am DarkwingDuck on
#ubuntu-us-ca on irc.freenode.net if you want to drop by and say hi.
There will be some more things in San Diego in the coming months as I
get back into the swing of things around here.



On 08/08/2011 02:40 AM, Philip Ballew wrote:
> We here are always here to help. no matter who anybody is. its what we
> like about ubuntu and keeps everybody coming back for more. If your into
> or know about irc (I imagine you are) somebody is always going to be in
> #ubuntu-us-ca to lend a hand and the list helps as well. :)
> Phil
> On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 2:24 AM, Tony Baechler <tony.baechler at gmail.com
> <mailto:tony.baechler at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     On 8/7/2011 8:34 PM, Philip Ballew wrote:
>     > Hello, I live in San Diego and would love to meet with you. I will be
>     > able to meet Late in the month of august or in September. (out of town
>     > until then) There are several people in the area who would love to
>     > meet-up and show you just how good the Ubuntu community really is as
>     > well. Feel free to email me a the email I sent this from for any
>     more info.
>     Hi,
>     Thanks for the offer.  As I say, sometimes transportation can be an
>     issue
>     for me.  I have a weird schedule, so I'm usually not really up to
>     doing much
>     during normal day hours.  However, I wouldn't mind meeting local
>     people some
>     time in the future when schedules can come together.  I have my own
>     health
>     issues, so I don't always have a lot of energy.  What I'm getting at
>     is that
>     I can't really predict what's a good time for me to meet because of
>     various
>     factors.  If something becomes more definite with my schedule and other
>     things, I'll certainly post here.  Thank you very much for the offer and
>     I'll certainly keep it in mind.
>     It's very refreshing to find a nice, welcoming community.  Every
>     list has at
>     least one troll, but I seem to have found their hideout in the last
>     group.
>     It wasn't related to Linux.
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