UBUNTU: Global Jam?
linda.halligan at gmail.com
Fri Aug 13 17:12:32 BST 2010
Unfortunately, I'll be traveling out of the area that day; otherwise I'd
love to join in.
Valorie Zimmerman wrote:
> Sounds excellent, CJ. Anybody else? I'm not driving up to Seattle to
> sit by myself -- I can do that here at home, LOL!
> On Thu, Aug 12, 2010 at 6:48 AM, C.J. Adams-Collier KF7BMP
> <cjac at colliertech.org> wrote:
>> I'm willing to host one up here in Eastsound if there's interest. There's a
>> nice public library here and there are hams, and probably ubuntu folk if I
>> look hard enough. We can use IRC as a control channel if we have multiple
>> simultaneous meetings going on.
>> On Thu, 2010-08-12 at 04:04 -0700, Valorie Zimmerman wrote:
>> Recently I found out about the Ubuntu Global Jam, and it seemed like
>> it would be fun -- IF people are interested in participating. After
>> reading over the guidelines of how to set one up, I thought that the
>> King County Library meeting rooms seemed like a natural. So, would any
>> of you be interested in coming to say,
>> Boulevard Park Library
>> 12015 Roseberg Ave. S.
>> Seattle, 98168
>> (Corner of Roseberg Ave. S. and S.120th St.) -- just south of Boeing
>> Field, off 99/Marginal Way
>> on Saturday, Aug. 28th, say from noon until 5?
>> Global Jam:
>> If there is interest I'll call and find out if we can get the room.
>> This can be done via IRC also, but I think it would be a lot more fun
>> to meet up -- maybe after lunch? People around the state, how do you
>> feel about logging into IRC on that day and jamming with us?
>> I'm not very technical, but I know how to file a bug, and am willing
>> to upgrade/test on that day, if nothing else!
>> PS: The King Co. Library System is at http://www.kcls.org/, and
>> meeting rooms are free if available.
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