I'm a little confused by the mail below, because of the subject. AFAIK, we
didn't make the criteria yet, because we don't have a WIKI and haven't officially
asked for supplies as a result, not yet at least. We also need to have the
names of at least three definately committed people, and at least one definately
Seeing as we're not yet up against the wall (timewise), cam someone (Padraic,
think this means you) organise a wiki and I can look after the rest.
I can't conclude that we're getting supplies without this information, which
is why Matt's subject confused me.
Thanks in advance.
From: Matt Oquist <moquist at softwarefreedomday.org>
Subject: SFD supplies on their way!
Date: Tue, 9 Aug 2005 00:21:24 -0400
Dear SFD Team Leaders,
In the meantime as you prepare for your SFD events, I encourage you to advertise
your teams and your efforts in emails to your LUGs, in press releases to local
newspapers and other media, and in your SFD wiki pages. SFD is a grassroots
effort and the greatest results take place in each of your communities, but
our web presence has a significant role to play.
We want everyone to know what great stuff you're doing! If you think your team
is putting together a great event write an article and email info --at-- softwarefreedomday.org
to let us know. We'll be happy to feature you and your efforts on the SFD website.
(Pictures are welcome!)
As always, if you have questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact
myself or the organization.
Celebrating Free and Open Source Software in Your Community
info AT softwarefreedomday.org
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