[ubuntu-wi-us] Fwd: [Madlug] THIS SUNDAY: Ubuntu Release Party and Special Guest Ubuntu LoCo Leader Anthony Hook

Anthony Hook anthony.hook3 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 16:40:59 BST 2010

- Anthony Hook

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From: Douglas A. Whitfield <whitfield at opensourceplayground.org>
Date: Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 10:22 AM
Subject: [Madlug] THIS SUNDAY: Ubuntu Release Party and Special Guest
Ubuntu LoCo Leader Anthony Hook
To: madlug <madlug at madisonlinux.org>

Disclaimer First: If others want to help plan release parties for
other distros, I'd be happy to help with that, but since Ubuntu
Release Parties are "a thing," that's what we're giving a shot.

MadLUG Ubuntu Release Party – FREE PIZZA and Linux Gaming!

The May MadLUG presentation will be take place this Sunday and the
topic will be a talk on  .

Time: 1:00 – Sunday, May 2nd (extended to 4 instead of the usual 3 in
order to make time for pizza and gaming)
Place: UW Computer Science Building
          1210 West Dayton Street – Room 2310

Donations are welcome on the pizza and we'll be ordering at 1 after we
see who shows up, but it'd be great if you RSVPed so we can have some
idea of how large the order will be.  Please make our guest feel
welcome by being punctual or coming much later to game, so as not to
interrupt the presentation.

Aside from the release *party*, I am quite excited to tell you that
Anthony Hook, the leader of the Ubuntu Local Community (LoCo) will be
coming down from Superior to talk about the latest release, Lucid Lynx
10.04.  This is a special release as it is a LongTerm Support (LTS)
release.  Again, if others want to bring in community leaders from
other distros, I would love that.  In fact, if anybody wants to
present at the monthly presentations, please let me know.

On top of the presentation, we'll be running an experiment in Linux
gaming and playing Warsow:

Douglas A. Whitfield

President Madison Linux User Group
Editor-in-Chief: http://sportazine.com

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