Thoughts related to ShipIt changes
cyounkins at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 01:13:02 GMT 2009
Making more effective use of the CDs we do get would certainly be helpful. I
also think they should stop giving the LoCos so many 64-bit / Kubuntu /
Edubuntu / Server CDs. Granted, the 64-bit versions will become more and
more important in this in the next iteration because of the 4GB RAM barrier.
Yes, a few would definitely be useful, but why so many?! Would it be
worthwhile emailing the manager? (Chuck?)
"At the very least, we could just put something on the website indicating
> that free install CD's are available at the meetings."
Agreed. Do you have access the website... ?
As for the online community.... the UMBC LUG is hoping to pull together
everyone around for an online event. More on that soon very soon... :-)
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On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 5:31 PM, Nate <omegamormegil at gmail.com> wrote:
> As Canonical is changing it's free CD's by mail program (source:
> http://www.jonobacon.org/2009/10/21/keeping-ubuntu-cds-available/ ), and
> considering that we seem to have a bunch of unused install CD's left over
> after the 6 month window when they are valid, maybe we should think of a
> creative way to get CDs to people in MD that are too far away, or just
> unable to come to meetings.
> Perhaps this would be a good way of increasing remote participation with
> Loco team (do we still do IRC meetings?). We could always mail CD's if we
> had to (and if someone was willing to spring for postage - maybe a few
> people could chip in), or maybe there are other options. Perhaps if we
> advertised on the forums that we still have CDs from Canonical people would
> come out and get them.
> An easy and simple solution would obviously be preferable. At the very
> least, we could just put something on the website indicating that free
> install CD's are available at the meetings.
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