jreagan1990 at gmail.com
Thu May 28 21:39:30 BST 2009
I don't want you to think we hate this idea -- because we don't. I'm
thinking there's a little disconnect from the information already known in
the loco, and what you are proposing, so since you are kind of new to the
team, here's a crash course:
We hold face to face meetings. where we all go to a pizza place and have
lunch and discuss Linux stuff.
We also hold installfests where we help users install the latest Ubuntu
after each release.
More recently, we have begun holding what is called the Atlanta Linux Fest.
Our first one was last year. This idea came out of a discussion about
holding an UbuCon. It was determined that:
1) We would cut off a major OSS community if it were Ubuntu-only.
2) There's not enough Ubuntu users in Georgia to account for making a large
So, I'm not saying there can't be one in the future, it's just that we have
a different focus at the moment. Our year has it's own schedule. We try to
hold the Atlanta Linux Fest, two installfests, and several face to face
meetings throughout the year. Adding another major event to the calendar
would be extremely difficult, especially for volunteers.
On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 3:48 PM, Bryan Basil <bryanlbasil at gmail.com> wrote:
> Jim Popovitch wrote:
> On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 14:50, Bryan Basil<bryanlbasil at gmail.com> <bryanlbasil at gmail.com> wrote:
> I guess you missed my subtle point.... we already do all of that under
> the loco. What would renaming it bring us?
> -Jim P.
> I think I've plainly explained myself. If you are uninterested, kindly
> do not post your email address. That is all you have to do.
> If you'd rather it be called the same thing that it's always called -
> that's fine with me. I just want to organise a face-to-face meeting with
> Ubuntu users, Linux users, and anyone who'd like to be there.
> This wouldn't happen for another year, as I have already explained, so
> there would be no clash with other meetings/gatherings.
> If you are so very against the idea, do not come. Alternatively, if you'd
> like to support Ubuntu and the LoCo, you are welcome to help.
> I sincerely apologise if I have been a bit short with you, but there is
> absolutely no reason to be so against my idea. No hard feelings. :-)
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