Ubuntu Maryland Tour

Ron Swift rswift at swiftstaffing.com
Mon Nov 16 13:57:35 GMT 2009

This will only work if it is adequately promoted beforehand in the 
various areas. The December 5 meeting needs a hook to get people to 
attend like "Free Software for Christmas" or everyone who attends is 
entered into a drawing for an "Ipod Shuttle" (with one of the demo 
machines showing how it can be used with Ubuntu and a sponsoring company 
donating the ipod), etc.
These sessions need to draw at least 15-20 people each or it would be a 
questionable use of everyone's time.

Chuck Frain wrote:
> An idea that I've had kicking around in the back of my head for a little
> while now is to do a tour of Maryland. Take one day a month and choose a
> place in the state to visit and talk about Ubuntu, Linux and Free
> Software.
> To this end I've booked a meeting room in the Finksburg Library on
> December 5th to hold a presentation. We have the room from 9:30-11:30.
> I'm thinking of having a couple of machines to demo Ubuntu. About 10 or
> so do a talk on what Ubuntu/Linux/Free Software is. This will leave some
> discussion/demo time before and after for attendees to ask their
> questions. Also if there is interest we'll go to lunch somewhere local.
> If you have some time that morning please stop by! If you have ideas
> drop an email to me or the list here.

Ronald Swift
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