[sf-lug] Installfest tomorrow, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 PM Geary & Scott
einfeldt at gmail.com
Sat Jun 13 20:40:10 PDT 2009
For those of you who have not previously been to this school, please drive
to the corner of Pierce and O'Farrell Street in San Francisco, which is the
entrance to the school. The entrance to the school parking lot is located
about 40 meters from the corner of Pierce and O'Farrell, which is an
L-shaped intersection. Please enter this search string into your favorite
pierce & O'Farrell San Francisco
If you use Google maps, you will be able to see the entrance to the school
parking lot. Please come to that entrance even if you come by bike or car,
as the school is huge and you will be confused and get lost otherwise.
Please call Christian Einfeldt at 415-351-1300 or Jeff Shippen at
505-803-3456, and one of us will come out to get you.
I recommend parking in the school's lot, as opposed to street parking.
On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 5:05 PM, Christian Einfeldt <einfeldt at gmail.com>wrote:
> Last minute notice, I know, but there will be an installfest tomorrow, 9:30
> a.m. to 4 pm at a public middle school at Geary and Scott Streets in San
> Francisco. There is ample free parking. If you are interested in showing
> up and you have questions, please feel free to call Christian Einfeldt at
> 415-351-1300. On the day of the event, please also feel free to call Jeff
> Shippen at 505-803-3456.
> The reason that it is last minute is that one key volunteer decided on the
> spur of the moment today to offer to come, and so I just thought that I
> would announce the installfest to see if anyone else might also be
> interested. My apologies for the last minute notice.
> The computers will be deployed there at the school; or given to kids who
> attend that school; or will be sent to Mexico, where GNOME Foundation
> Executive Director Stormy Peters is building a Linux lab at a school:
> Thanks either way for considering this request!
> Christian Einfeldt
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