kevin lyda wrote:
> several months ago on irc i asked about bus advertising. i thought
> one dublin bus with a penguin would be cool. but it turns out that's
> insanely expensive. how about an ilug bumper sticker though?
Hmm how would you contact with most Linux users? We are already
listed in Linux Format or is it Linux Magazine? Probably adds
in papers/mags would be better than bumper stickers? Maybe
we could go the IBM route and use graffiti :-)
> i dunno how many of us have cars; and of those how many would put
> one on... but it seems like a way to let people know about ilug that
> don't really know about it. i've met a slew of people who are good
> technically - many who use linux - who've never heard of ilug.
It's a very valid point. ILUG membership is quite static (around 900)
where as Linux is getting more popular all the time, hence I'm
noticing a lot more Linux people also who don't know about ILUG.
> if people are interested i'll look into getting some printed.
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