> For those who missed it, we have tentative plans to hold Linux Day
> on November 24-25th and make it a two day event. On Friday 24th
> we'll hold a business conference, for those manageers who can get
> away from work and charge the day to the company expenses.
Will we charge for the business day? My experience has been that the
more expensive it is, the more people you get :-) Make it free and
they won't believe you're serious. Make it E500 a pop, hold it in
Jury's and put on a decent lunch, make all the presenters wear suits,
and market it as a serious affair, and we can all make some money :-)
It's called "selling out to crass commercialism" :-)
> This is going to be one of those days where we'll tell you where
> Linux fits in, success stories, at least one major company will be
> represented there (IBM/Compaq/Dell/???) and will give a talk on why
> they're supporting Linux, or similar.
Dell would be good. I should be able to apply some pressure.
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