[ubuntu-us-in] Upcoming Events relevant to the Indiana Ubuntu Scene
computers at corfyscorner.com
Wed Aug 1 15:31:10 BST 2007
I went to Ohio Linux Fest last year and had a blast. OK, a couple of the
talks were over my head (I'm still a Linux newb), but otherwise, I had a
lot of fun. I have had this year's date on my calendar ever since
attending last year, and I registered fairly early for this year's event.
I will try to log in during August's online meeting, but I make no promises.
Simón Ruiz wrote:
> Greetings all,
> I'm back from vacation, though not exactly rested. In an attempt to
> get back into the swing of things, I thought I'd put together the
> following list for you all who may appreciate it.
> 1) The Next Official Monthly IRC Meeting of the Ubuntu Indiana Local
> Community Team
> Monday, August 13th at 8:00 P.M. (Indianapolis Time) in our fabulously
> appointed suite (#ubuntu-indiana on irc.freenode.net).
> 2) Software Freedom Day
> Saturday, September 15th. Worldwide.
> Our possible involvement is still "under discussion", perhaps at the
> IRC Meeting? (see above) Check out more information at
> 3) Ohio LinuxFest 2007
> Saturday, September 29th, Columbus, OH
> Not exactly in Indiana, but a stone's throw (or mini road trip) away,
> the Ohio LinuxFest is an AWESOME experience that you (yes, you,
> reading this, I know you're interested enough in Linux to be getting
> this e-mail) would greatly enjoy attending.
> I was asked to give a presentation there this year about my work with
> Linux in Indiana schools, but :-( I'm a procrastinator and didn't
> submit my presentation application on time *sigh*...On the bright
> side, I'll get to enjoy someone else's presentation instead.
> There's always next year...
> 4) K-12 Open Minds Conference
> Tuesday thru Thursday, October 9-11 in Indianapolis.
> Mike Huffman, of Indiana Department of Education and Indiana ACCESS
> initiative fame, is organizing a Conference revolving around the use
> of open source software in the K-12 education environment.
> They're pushing for and expecting an international audience and—what's
> most exciting to me—they're including students!
> Check it out at <http://www.openmindsconference.org>.
> I hope this finds you all having a marvelous night/day!
> (I can pretty much guarantee I'll be exhausted in the morning, blasted
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