On Wed, 2004-02-11 at 13:26, Liam Bedford wrote:
> impressed by a quick redhat install, or a knoppix boot. I don't know
> that demoes are all that useful, because what you have is a mobile group
> of people wandering around. Unless you setup some kind of seating area
> or something.
ISTR that we did have the use of a room for talks at a previous Expo
(last year? 2002?) I presume it wouldn't be too much of a problem if we
asked Scope about it NOW, rather than waiting til the metaphorical last
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