Texas Linux Fest April 10, 2010
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"To some the community part is the best part of the LoCo"
Texas Team is ?
Texas team does...
How to participate...
That would be a start
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From: Brandon Tomlinson <thebwt at gmail.com>
To: Ubuntu Texas Local Community Team <ubuntu-us-tx at lists.ubuntu.com>
Sent: Sun, Mar 21, 2010 00:27:18 GMT+00:00
Subject: Re: Texas Linux Fest April 10, 2010
On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 5:00 PM, Lee Sharp <leesharp at hal-pc.org> wrote:
> Brandon Tomlinson wrote:
>> If you have experience with conferences please (please please please
>> :p) don't hold back any advice.
> It may seem silly, but "Know what you are selling." Seriously, what
> purpose is the booth serving, and what message are you trying to send?
> Having that clear, consistent, and in the front of everyones mind makes
> a big difference. Just being there to be there makes for a disorganized
> and mostly pointless booth.
> So, that said, what is the Ubuntu Texas message?
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Clear message is a good point. We all have our own viewpoints; my view
on "what we're selling", is: We are advocating 2 things, The Ubuntu
Project as a whole and the Ubuntu LoCo organization (specifically
From the Ubuntu project, you get an easy to use operating system
and online community of friendly folk. From the Ubuntu LoCo
Organization you get a network of people you can meet face to face.
Ubuntu's Emphasis on community is a fundamental element to the overall
project, and the LoCo Organization is a vector through which that
community can be reached. General tech support problems, events, or
hell just someone who will sit over beers with you because he/she
-actually- wants to hear about your "DIY compiled kernel"/"network
infastructure"/"sweet new app\script you've been working on"
I'm selling community, because it's why I am here.
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