Kenn Humborg wrote:
>>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 :-)
>> Provide patches to each of the big distributions to add a link
> to http://www.linux.org/groups/ to their default browser start
> page or their welcome screens.
True, Actually wouldn't it be cool to make an Ireland
specific distro (irish lang support, ISP settings, homepage = ilug,...).
Then make 3.6 million CDs and hand them out for free.
Now that would be good advertising. Hmm making it a bootable
demo CD rather than a full installer would probably be best.
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