[Ubuntu-us-ok] ideas for the OK LOCO
palintheus at gmail.com
Thu Aug 16 02:03:45 BST 2007
It doesn't have to be fancy, seeing as how we are still getting off the
ground, and can't afford to have fancy pamphlets printed. It can be as
simple as a 'Welcome to Ubuntu' letter, explaining Ubuntu, and naming
several resources. Personally I don't think that spelling out common things
in the letter, such as codecs, flash, and other closed source things not
included by default, because, to borrow a phrase, search google, then the
forums, and then ask someone, to me this method helps people retain what
they have done better. Don't get me wrong, I don't want to stop anyone from
doing it if they can/want to make a professional one, it would be great for
the team and community.
On 8/16/07, Billie Walsh <bilwalsh at swbell.net> wrote:
> On 08/14/2007 Trey Brown wrote:
> > Me thinks you just signed up! lol, just kidding, only if you want ;-)
> > --Tr3y
> Pay backs are a bitch. *<[:oD
> I would be happy to do it, but [ always seems to be one of those in a
> statement like this huh ] I don't have the expertise to write a
> knowledgeable paper on the subject. I'm still VERY much a newby myself.
> Tell you what. I'll do the map thing and you do the pamphlet. I can do
> the map.
> Billie Walsh
> The three best words in the English Language:
> "I LOVE YOU"
> Pass them on!
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