[ubuntu-za] Software Freedom Day - need to register team(s) by tomorrow to get the free stuff!

Morgan Collett morgan at ubuntu.com
Mon Jul 30 10:01:25 BST 2007

Software Freedom Day is rapidly approaching, and it would be awesome
if Ubuntu-ZA could be well-represented. There don't seem to be any SA
teams listed on the SFD wiki yet! If you register by tomorrow you can
get the free stuff for the event. It's not too late to register later,
but you miss out on the tshirts, CDs and balloons! See
http://www.linux.com/feature/118245 and of course

It's probably best to work with local organisations - LUGs etc - in
each city, but as nobody has registered yet, SOMEBODY PLEASE STEP UP
AND GET INVOLVED! (for somebody in each province/city...)

I don't have time to coordinate this, so please assume that it won't
happen unless YOU make it happen.

Oh, and please join our Event Team:
http://www.ubuntu-za.org/Wiki/EventTeam -- we need a team leader!


On 7/28/07, Melissa Draper <melissa at meldraweb.com> wrote:
> Greetings,
> Here is another reminder to people about Software Freedom Day 2007,
> which is on September 15th, only 6 weeks off!
> Software Freedom Day is a global, grassroots effort to educate the
> public about the importance of software freedom and the virtues and
> availability of Free and Open Source Software.
> While team registrations are possible up until the day of the event, if
> you register *before the 31st of July*, your SFD team will receive a
> free pack of helpful items such as Tshirts, CDS (Ubuntu and
> TheOpenCD.org), balloons and stickers.
> Working with existing LUGs in your country or area is also highly
> recommended and very useful. You get far more people to help out this
> way as well!
> If you want to discuss evil (or not so evil) plans with other SFD teams,
> there are several places to do so:
> IRC:            #sfd on freenode
> Mailing Lists:
> http://mail.sf-day.org/lists/listinfo/sfd-discuss (discussion)
> http://mail.sf-day.org/lists/listinfo/sfd-announce (announcements)
> Also, some additional reading can be found at:
> http://softwarefreedomday.org/StartGuide
> --
> Sincerely
> Melissa Draper
> http://www.meldraweb.com
> Phone: 0404 595 395
> (intl): +61 404 595 395
> P.O Box 1412
> Lavington, NSW 2641
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