Ubuntu-us-ky Digest, Vol 20, Issue 7

Jaime Carpenter j.carpenter at qx.net
Fri Oct 24 22:46:25 BST 2008


I would like to join in on the Ubuntu 8.10 Release Party.

Please let me know, when, where and what to bring! I look forward to 
re-connecting with the Ubuntu LoCo.

Jaime Carpenter

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> Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2008 13:32:04 -0400
> From: "Eric Lake" <ericlake at gmail.com>
> Subject: Release party for Ubuntu 8.10
> To: bglug at googlegroups.com, bglug at www.bglug.net, 	"Kentucky LoCo Team
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> So who is up for having a release party for Intrepid Ibex? We as a LoCo team
> have held a party for each release since Feisty. I have already ordered the
> CD's and we should have then within 2 weeks after the release date. The
> shipment will have ~300 CD's of different types (ubuntu, kubuntu, x86,
> x86_64, etc) and I don't want to have to keep all of them so lets meet up so
> I can offload a lot of them.
> The biggest issue in the way is finding a location. Last year we were at
> Eastside Technical School but I'm not sure if that is available for use
> again this year.
> Please respond with possible dates that will work for you and if you have
> any ideas of a good location (fish????).
> Would it be worth it to have an irc meeting to discuss details?

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