[sf-lug] reminder: St. Anthony's FOSS demo Saturday; set-up tomorrow (Fri)
einfeldt at gmail.com
Thu Jun 5 19:35:11 PDT 2008
Daniel Gimpelevich just brought it to my attention that there is a typo in
my reminder below. The set-up will occur tomorrow, Friday June 6. The
actual event will occur on Saturday, June 7.
On Friday, June 6 at 2 pm we will start to load stuff and take it to St.
Anthony's Foundation at Golden Gate at Jones. We hope to leave the school
by 2:30, because we _must_ be done with set-up at 4:45.
On Saturday, June 7, we will start prepping at St. Anthony at 9:00 a.m. The
event will run until 4 pm. We will need to take stuff back to the school
from St. Anthony beginning at 4 pm. We hope to have all of the stuff back
at the school and all the boxes configured and the Edubuntu lab running
again by 5:15 (we are borrowing components from the lab to do our work at
Sorry for the mix up, and thanks to Daniel Gimpelevich for finding that
On Thu, Jun 5, 2008 at 3:59 PM, Christian Einfeldt <einfeldt at gmail.com>
> Just a reminder that you will have a chance to rant about FOSS to your
> heart's content on Friday, June 7, from 9:00 a.m. to 4 pm at 121 Golden Gate
> Avenue, cross street is Jones. We will be installing the distro of your
> choice on re-purposed machines; teaching basic familiarity with distros; and
> giving out distros to those who request them. The details are here:
> We will be doing set up from 2 pm to 4:45 p.m. on Friday. We will start at
> 2 p.m. sharp at the school at Geary and Scott, and we will be going from
> there to 121 Golden Gate Avenue. We will have to leave the school by 2:30,
> so please be on time if you are interested in participating in helping to
> load the boxes from the school to the trucks for St. Anthony's Foundation.
> Here is a video by Cnet of a past event there. Notice how prominently the
> Ubuntu logo is placed:
> The event organizer, Kari Gray, has also asked me to ask you all to tell
> your contacts, if any, in low income benefits associations about this event,
> so as to maximize turnout.
> If you would like to be interviewed for the Digital Tipping Point film,
> please do not wear white clothes or any clothes with corporate logos.
> Please wear solid colors such as red, salmon, pink, light green, light blue
> or light brown.
> Thanks in advance!
> Christian Einfeldt,
> Producer, The Digital Tipping Point
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