Breezy CD Distribution
tristan.rhodes at gmail.com
Tue Oct 3 17:43:06 BST 2006
That is awesome, I wish I had saved one from each release of Ubuntu.
I have gotten CDs for each version from Warty to Dapper, but I handed
them all out.
On 10/2/06, Aaron Toponce <aaron.toponce at gmail.com> wrote:
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> Really? Edgy is by download or dist-upgrade only? That sucks. I was
> hoping to increase my pressed CD collection. I have every pressed CD
> since Warty, and I'd hate for there to be a gap.
> Oh well.
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> Christer Edwards wrote:
> > Tristan,
> > You're probably right. I've always been reluctant to distribute
> > anything but our latest and greatest, but this set of CDs sure feels
> > like a waste to throw out. Perhaps distribute with instructions on
> > upgrading? Just a thought.
> > By the way, word from Canonical is that they will not be distributing
> > Edgy CDs, but continue to send 6.06.1 CDs via shipit. Edgy, as it isn't
> > an LTS release & due to the huge demand for CDs, will be by dist-upgrade
> > or .iso only.
> > On Mon, 2006-10-02 at 06:08 -0600, Tristan Rhodes wrote:
> >> Christer,
> >> You may be out of luck, now that Edgy is soon to be released. I don't
> >> think we should be handing out Ubuntu versions that are 2 versions
> >> out-dated (unless it is an LTS point release, like 6.06.1 or 6.06.2,
> >> etc)
> >> Tristan
> >> On 9/30/06, Christer Edwards <christer.edwards at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Does anyone think they can get rid of a pile of Breezy 5.10 CDs? I was
> >>> just cleaning out my office I found that I have much more than I
> >>> thought.
> >>> If anyone has a place to get rid of these let me know & I'll see about
> >>> getting them to you.
> >>> Thanks
> >>> --
> >>> Christer Edwards
> >>> President, Ubuntu-Utah
> >>> christer.edwards at ubuntu.com
> >>> http://ubuntu-utah.org
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