[Ubuntu-US-CA] okay ... come ... install? ...

Michael Paoli Michael.Paoli at cal.berkeley.edu
Sat Jan 24 19:00:00 UTC 2015

Also, though some of these may not be suitable for larger hardware
(desktops, towers, "server" hardware), I think all can at least handle
laptops, but some of these might not be so conveniently close to you.

I'm guessing you well know about SF-LUG:

But also quite of note, there's CABAL (which is also meeting today!):
And among those I list, CABAL can very reasonably accommodate larger
(within reason) computer hardware for installs.

And, including tomorrow, there's also
Berkeley Linux Users Group:

There may be others, but those are ones that jump to mind as being
in or semi-near San Francisco that can at least reasonably well
accommodate at least laptop installs/support.

Oh, and I will also be at CABAL today and
Berkeley Linux Users Group tomorrow.

> From: "Christian Einfeldt" <einfeldt at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Ubuntu-US-CA] Ubuntu Global Jam Event in San Francisco  
> on Sunday, February 8th
> Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2015 10:08:21 -0800

> Is it okay for a relatively simple end user like me to come to the Ubuntu
> Global Jam?  I have an extra machine that I can use for install testing,
> On Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 8:49 PM, Elizabeth K. Joseph <lyz at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> I'm happy to formally announce that we'll be having an Ubuntu Global
>> Jam event in downtown San Francisco on Sunday, February 8th!
>> Location: Gandi.net, 121 2nd st, Ste. 500, San Francisco 94105
>> Time: Noon - 5PM
>> This is just a block south of the Montgomery St BART/MUNI station.
>> Street and garage parking is also available, but not all free. Someone
>> will be at the door to let you up, if you come later in the event a
>> phone number will be placed on the door that you can call to be let
>> up.
>> For this event, community members will gather to do some Quality
>> Assurance testing on Xubuntu ISOs and packages for the upcoming

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