something to get started
sguenter at austin.rr.com
Mon Aug 2 21:37:41 BST 2010
I'm near Austin but am OK with Killeen as a good mid-point.
Brandon Tomlinson wrote:
> Alright, well let's poll who wan'ts to participate. Obviously we don't
> have a date yet, so pretend that you know the day is good for you.
> I'm from Austin, so +1 Austin :p
> On Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 7:56 AM, matthew byers <faintstlsaint at gmail.com> wrote:
>> So in my opinion its going to come down to killeen, austin or dallas for the
>> hosting location of the geeknic. I would assume that a majority vote on the
>> closes location to the most amount of people would be in order.
>> On Fri, Jul 23, 2010 at 1:04 PM, Jeffrey Tyler Carpenter <spaz926 at gmail.com>
>>> Ounds good to me. But Dallas is a little far for me.
>>> On Thursday, July 22, 2010, matthew byers <faintstlsaint at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Hey Texans, So we have been discussing of doing something to kickstart
>>>> the texas loco movement again and i would like to propose
>>>> a geeknic <http://geeknic.org/> <http://geeknic.org/>Its something that can
>>>> not only bring linux users together but heck any geek of any kind! sci-fi
>>>> geeks, linux, heck even windows geeks! :D
>>>> But a good thing about it is that family members can also come as well
>>>> and just enjoy being with family and meeting new friends, and of course
>>>> there will be food! I would suggest that it be somewhere either killeen or
>>>> dallas! Any thoughts folks!?!?
>>>> God Bless
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