[Ubuntu-US-CA] Looking to get more involved with Ubuntu

Call the Ninja calltheninja at gmail.com
Thu Feb 14 06:00:17 UTC 2013


Wow Elizabeth, thanks for all the great resources! I'll certainly be
making some copies of those and giving them to my clients. In the
future, if you ever come across anything like that I can always use it.
I don't have a lot of time to volunteer/table but I can certainly send
interested users your way. Do you have any handbills/literature that I
can give people who are interested with your contact info? Maybe a
business card?

Thanks,

- Alex @ Call the Ninja
310-951-9290
calltheninja.com

On 02/12/2013 09:32 PM, Elizabeth Krumbach wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 12, 2013 at 12:19 AM, Call the Ninja <calltheninja at gmail.com> wrote:
>> That's already part of the program : )
>>
>> I was hoping you all might have a way to get printed
>> disks/brochures/what not from Canonical. I'd be happy to pay for
>> production costs.
> This team is completely community run and we only have limited support
> from Canonical (they ship us about 150 DVDs of the release every 6
> months for us to give out at events - and we run out fast!).
>
> If you're interested in getting a feel for the team and meeting some
> of us, we'll be hosting a booth at the upcoming Southern California
> Linux Expo at the LAX Hilton and you're welcome to drop by (expo only
> pass is $10, if you are interested in volunteering to help us at the
> booth let us know!): http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale11x
>
> That said, my suggestions:
>
> Check out some of the promotional material at http://spreadubuntu.org
> - it's community run and can be very hit or miss, but there are some
> good things up there if you dig around and I always encourage folks to
> contribute back the products they made
>
> If you are willing to buy DVDs, Canonical sells them directly:
> http://shop.canonical.com/index.php?cPath=17
>
> There is also an Ubuntu Advocacy Kit that's being developed by
> community members, it doesn't really have brochures that are printable
> yet, but they're going in that direction:
> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu-adk Jono Bacon wrote a blog post about
> how to install what they have so far:
> http://www.jonobacon.org/2012/12/14/ubuntu-advocacy-development-kit-packaged/
>
> Finally, BerkeleyLUG wrote some pamphlets a couple years back. They
> are badly in need of a refresh (need updated details and screenshots
> at the very least), but it may give you a good starting point and I'm
> sure they'd love to have someone contribute them back so they can
> print up new ones too: http://www.berkeleylug.com/?page_id=2
>
> Hope this helps!
>





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