> What I didn't get, and nobody else was contacted either I presume, was
> an invitation from anyone in Scope to attend saor-in-aisce (free!)
> which, considering our budget, is a necessity.
>Assuming the decision is made that we do want to go there again, why not
approach Scope, and let them know that we'd be interested in attending if
it were free. Alternatively, perhaps one of the corporate sponsors of
LinuxWorld (IBM maybe?) would be willing to foot the bill?
> Other things to consider include,
> 1. Do we want to go there again?
I'd say yes. It does help to increase the exposure of Linux to the
business community, and there might be more of those cool USB-key thingies
> 2. Do we have the resources to do it? People, time, expense..
>I'd be more than willing to assist, and maybe to offset some of the
expenses (I can write off anything I spend on it as a business expense).
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