[sf-lug] [Fwd: [Fwd: Worldwide 2008 Mandriva Linux Spring Installfest]]
jim at well.com
Fri Apr 18 16:29:56 PDT 2008
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Subject: Worldwide 2008 Mandriva Linux Spring Installfest
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2008 23:47:49 +0200
From: Mandriva Team <return at mandriva.com>
To: bliss at california.com
Worldwide 2008 Mandriva Linux Spring Installfest
Mandriva rallies the community of Linux users in many cities across
the globe on June, the 14th, 2008.
In order to bring Linux to new users and present the new features and
technologies available in Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring, Mandriva is
mobilizing its network of Linux User Groups (LUGs) to coordinate a
worldwide Installfest on June, 14th , 2008.
Installations of Mandriva Linux One and Free will take place all
around the world, thanks to the Linux community. Major participating
locations will include the United States, China, Poland, Argentina and
France. Expert Mandriva Linux users are invited to assist beginners to
help them get started with the operating system. Participants will be
Get help on installing Mandriva Linux 2008 Spring on their laptop or
desktop free of charge.
View demonstrations of all that can be done with Mandriva Linux 2008
Get answers to their questions.
Meet other Mandriva Linux users, and chat with their local community.
The installation is often the toughest step for a beginner willing to
adopt a new operating system. This is why Mandriva invites anyone
wishing to know Linux better to join the free install fests on June,
14th. These installfests are made possible thanks to the power of the
knowledge sharing spirit, one of the keystones of the open source
In order to be the most efficient, please give us all the informations
required below, and send them back to: lugs at mandriva.com:
Location of the Install Party
Number of persons :
Get more information about Mandriva Linux:
Have a look at our Mandriva Club with all the information you need to
Get more information on Mandriva's offer:
Manage your acccount :
bliss at california dot com
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