[sf-lug] Fw: Another volunteer & next steps

jim stockford jim at well.com
Tue Jun 19 14:46:41 PDT 2007

    I've got some ubuntu disks of various dates.
you gotta have the very latest, i don't got, but
seems to me you could use a recent one and
update the boxes after the build.

On Jun 19, 2007, at 12:13 AM, Michael Blanc wrote:

> Kami Griffiths at CompuMentor has sent me this update on the status of 
> her project. Who's got one of those Ubuntu disks to loan?
> -----Original Message-----
> From:  Kami Griffiths <kgriffiths at compumentor.org>
> To:  Michael Blanc <mblanc at znet.com>
> Date: Monday, June 18, 2007 4:34 PM
> Subject: Another volunteer & next steps
> Michael,
> I was going through my email and realized that someone else from 
> SF-LUG was interested in helping. I’ve added his name to the bottom of 
> this list:
> Tom Haddon, tom at greenleaftech.net
> Catherine Jones, cathjone at eskimo.com
> Cristina, cristina_errors at yahoo.com
> Ron, rondosxx at yahoo.com
> I heard back from the senior center and they aren’t interested in the 
> donation, but there’s a housing project in the  Lower Haight I’ve been 
> working with that has old equipment (that can also be converted to 
> Linux) as well as space to store extra equipment. They’re current PCs 
> are 8 years old running a mixture of NT and Windows 2000 and super 
> slow. They don’t have the admin passwords anymore so there’s not much 
> we can do to fix them.
> I’m about to send an email to Romel to work out a time to pick up the 
> donation, I have a friend with a pickup truck who I hope is free to 
> help transport them. Can we schedule some time to talk? There are 
> several details to discuss:
> §         Getting the necessary Ubuntu/Edubuntu install disks
> §         Schedule time to test one
> §         Scheduling the volunteers and planning that day
> This is really exciting and I appreciate your help and interest in 
> helping make this a success!
> Thanks!
> Kami
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