[ubuntu-za] release parties?

Dewald Noeth djnoeth at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 20:28:55 UTC 2011

Wait, how is it a release party if you are away from your laptop and not
upgrading with the help of people like you to fixit if it breaks. And you
know me, something ALWAYS break (not that I will be able to attend...).

Dewald J. Noeth

"Only two things are infinite - the universe and human
stupidity, and i'm not so sure about the universe."
Albert Einstein

On 11 October 2011 22:07, Stefano Rivera <stefanor at ubuntu.com> wrote:

> Hi maia (2011.10.11_10:02:46_+0200)
> > Since we have had a few release parties in Stellenbosch we thought
> > we'd give Cape Town a turn to be host ...
> So, yes, we were also worried about the Rugby, but that might be a bit
> less of an issue now.
> Another event that day is the ACM ICPC [0], which a large number of the
> Cape Town (and Stellenbosch) student Ubuntu using people will be at.
> We were thinking of combining the party with their lunch after the
> contest, probably at Da Vincis (I haven't got final details on it yet).
> Otherwise, I'm keen for a nice easy event. Something like a pub get
> together, or a Kirstenbosch picnic.
> [0] http://acm.cs.uct.ac.za/
> I think something that keeps people away from their laptops is probably
> a good thing (for a change) :)
> Waiting on some more details, tomorrow...
> Thoughts?
> SR
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