Ubuntu-us-pnw Digest, Vol 32, Issue 3

Marlon marlonbuchanan at yahoo.com
Sun May 9 03:04:50 BST 2010



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>   1. Re: Burien Ubuntu Hour (Linda Halligan)
>   2. Re: UBUNTU: Burien Ubuntu Hour (Valorie Zimmerman)
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>cfh wrote:
>> Greetings Ubunteros:
>>
>> My local coffee shop has agreed to host ubuntu hours.  I'll be at the
>> Burien Press Coffee Shop across the street from City Hall/Library on
>> Thursdays 4:30ish.  The Burien Farmer's Market is also held that day
>> across the street.  
>>
>>   
>
>Awesome!
>> Are there any official ubuntu-wa logos, materials, distro discs
>> available?  
>We don't have an official loco logo yet. We've got a few mock ups that
>Mark Terranova did for us up here:
>
>https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WashingtonTeam/Brainstorm
>
>We are pretty much out of official material from just having done
>LinuxFest Northwest. What little was left is up in Bellingham in the
>care of one of the Loco members there. We do need to order more material
>for our UW HUB Lucid table that may be happening this month (/me pokes
>CJ) we can split out some of that and get it to you for the Ubuntu Hour.
>
>> Anyone else willing/available to come by?  I'm hoping to
>> start next week. Thanks.
>>
>>   
>
>I would love to come but I work during those hours and I am on the North
>end on Thursdays. Hopefully other people will be able to join you. I can
>get a simple flier made up this weekend if you want to print some to
>distribute locally or post a few at the coffee shop.
>
>As an aside, I think it would be awesome to have Ubuntu hours all over
>the state. Maybe we can prep some templates for fliers and a standard
>method for getting CDs and schwag distributed to people who want to host
>an Ubuntu hour locally.
>
>-Linda
>
>
>
>
>On Fri, May 7, 2010 at 4:53 PM, Linda Halligan <linda.halligan at gmail.com> wrote:
>> cfh wrote:
>>> Greetings Ubunteros:
>>>
>>> My local coffee shop has agreed to host ubuntu hours.  I'll be at the
>>> Burien Press Coffee Shop across the street from City Hall/Library on
>>> Thursdays 4:30ish.  The Burien Farmer's Market is also held that day
>>> across the street.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> Awesome!
>>> Are there any official ubuntu-wa logos, materials, distro discs
>>> available?
>> We don't have an official loco logo yet. We've got a few mock ups that
>> Mark Terranova did for us up here:
>>
>> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WashingtonTeam/Brainstorm
>>
>> We are pretty much out of official material from just having done
>> LinuxFest Northwest. What little was left is up in Bellingham in the
>> care of one of the Loco members there. We do need to order more material
>> for our UW HUB Lucid table that may be happening this month (/me pokes
>> CJ) we can split out some of that and get it to you for the Ubuntu Hour.
>>
>>> Anyone else willing/available to come by?  I'm hoping to
>>> start next week. Thanks.
>>>
>>>
>>
>> I would love to come but I work during those hours and I am on the North
>> end on Thursdays. Hopefully other people will be able to join you. I can
>> get a simple flier made up this weekend if you want to print some to
>> distribute locally or post a few at the coffee shop.
>>
>> As an aside, I think it would be awesome to have Ubuntu hours all over
>> the state. Maybe we can prep some templates for fliers and a standard
>> method for getting CDs and schwag distributed to people who want to host
>> an Ubuntu hour locally.
>>
>> -Linda
>
>I'd like to pile on Linda's remarks, both for how cool this is, and
>how we should move ahead with materials and more K/ubuntu hours. I
>would like to schedule some in Seattle before or after some other
>meetings, such as GSLUG, LinuxChix, or other open source meetings.
>It's an hour for me to drive into Seattle for meetings, so I'd love to
>double-schedule some things.
>
>Best wishes to you, cfh. I hope everything goes well! I would love it
>if you would report back to the list occasionally about your Hours.
>
>All the best,
>
>Valorie
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