[ubuntu-florida] 3/16 Team Meeting Summary

Brett Schubert catsceo at gmail.com
Fri Mar 21 05:57:27 GMT 2008

The F2F will take place saturday night you mean?  I guess I can meet you
guys after dev day.

On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 1:11 PM, Dan Trevino <dantrevino at gmail.com> wrote:

> The Florida Team held a meeting on March 16, in the IRC channel.  Our
> next meeting is scheduled Sunday, March 30 at 8:00 PM.  Everyone is
> invited, and if you have an issue you'd like to discuss, feel free to
> add it to the meeting agenda[0].
> Below is a summary of the discussion on 3/16:
>   1.Hardy Release Parties
>       Orlando - Jimmy Harris (pak33m in IRC) is organizing a release
> Party in Orlando.  We
>       decided to make it a social event only, no installfest.  Jimmy will
>       be updating the wiki page [1] with more information, and setting
>       up a poll in the forums to get suggested timings.  Jimmy will mail
>       the list separately once that forum poll is up.
>       Miami - Zachary Brown (zbrown in IRC) is organizing a release
> party in Miami, but
>       was unable to attend the meeting.  More information can be found
>       on the wiki page[1].
>       Dan Trevino (dantalizing in IRC) is still following up to find out
> when
>       we can place orders for Hardy CDs.
>   2.Document Freedom Day
>        Gavin Baker (naufragio in IRC) is organizing a Document
> Freedom Day event
>        in Orlando.  From the website[2]: "Document Freedom Day will
> provide a global
>        rallying point for Document Liberation and Open Standards."
> More information
>        can be found at the Document Freedom Day website[2], and at
> http://www.gavinbaker.com/
>   3.BarCamp Orlando
>        BarCamp Orlando is April 5th & 6th.  Last year a few team
> members went and we
>        had a great time.  More information and registration details
> can be found at the BarCamp Orlando
>        website[3].  We decided to have a face-to-face (F2F) get
> together after BarCamp
>        at a nearby restaurant.  Details are still being worked out,
> but as more information
>        is available, we'll be posting it to the wiki[4].  Of course,
> we'll probably be
>        seeing each other around BarCamp too.  Everyone is invited to
> the F2F, even if
>        you can't make it to BarCamp.
>        Mike Feravolo (Mike_Feravolo in IRC) also mentioned that he
> has a regular meetup
>        scheduled in Orlando, and invites everyone to attend.  Details
> can be found at
>        his meetup site[5].
>   4.Other Items
>        Jimmy Harris (pak33m) is going to start a wiki page to track
> details about those
>        going to Ubuntu Live![6].  Next meeting is scheduled for March 30.
>       [0] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FloridaTeam/Meetings#agenda
>       [1] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FloridaTeam/HardyReleaseParty
>       [2] http://documentfreedom.org/
>       [3] http://barcamporlando.org/
>       [4] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FloridaTeam/Projects/BarCampF2F-200804
>       [5] http://SoftwareFreedom.BIZ
>       [6] http://www.ubuntulive.com
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