Thanks for the heads up. It's very helpful having the advance notice.
Maybe there's something I could do in Boyle or Roscommon.
- M e l - wrote:
>>I hope I'm asking early enough to recruit some volunteers for Software Freedom
>It's taking place in September, and last year, I had to do all the CDs myself.
>time, though, things should be simpler, and if I get some interest I'll look
>a stand in Longford Shopping Centre. Maybe someone else can look at hitting
>priority SC in another (or other) town(s).
>>Happens to be just my luck that http://softwarefreedomday.org/ isn't responding
>to me as
>I open it in another tab, but AFAIK Canonical will sponsor 100 Ubuntu CDs for
>>participating groups. I'm not going to hang around for confirmation from the
>now, but from memory, this is true.
>>Really, all that's needed is a few people to explain about free software, last
>probably this year, sigh) I'll look after the blurb to be handed out on the
>>Just that last year, probably my own fault, I left it really late sending this
>ended up the walls trying to get everything organised.
>>Incidentally, I met someone today who's not know to us but was VERY interested
>whole idea, and I'll look to canvas him for help as the day approaches.
>>If you know someone similarly partial, please let them know. Help could come
>unexpected quarters, if only the word is out.
>>Looking forward to some positivity back from this. Please send thoughts/replies
>group. SFD site still not responding to me but AFAIK it's Saturday 10th Sept.
>>>All the best
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