[sf-lug] event reminder; july 25- tenderloin tech fair!
einfeldt at gmail.com
Thu Jul 23 07:15:10 PDT 2009
I was able to sign up, but as someone says below, please do show up even if
there is no more room on the list. Please let the guards know that you are
a volunteer, and not a client, so that you don't have to wait in line to get
in. Just come right up to the front door at 150 Golden Gate Avenue, and
tell them you are a computer volunteer, and they will let you right in. If
you have any troubles getting in or finding the place, please feel free to
call me at 415-351-1300 and I will try to come down and get you. If you
call and I don't answer, it means that I didn't hear my phone, because it
can get noisy in there, so please just hang up and call again immediately
until I do pick up.
Please bring your favorite distros to show off. Please also bring tools
for triaging and repairing computers, as we will be assisting with that kind
On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 12:43 PM, Lx Rudis <lx_rudis at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> hi gang,
> > Kevin J. Smith <kevinjsmith+lug at gmail.com <kevinjsmith%2Blug at gmail.com>>
> > wrote:
> > Is there a contact person/web site to register for the
> > event,
> yes. ryan at st. anthony's forwarded me this yesterday:
> "...Below you'll find Kari Gray's website with all the appropriate info for
> the Tech Fair.
> You can sign up yourself and others from SFLug. Understand, lx, that even
> if the website indicates that there are no more volunteers needed (meaning
> we're full) SFLug is still needed.
> If you or any other SFLug folks can't sign up to volunteer because the
> website is full, don't worry about the website, you and the SFLug folks
> will definitely be needed on Saturday the 25th..."
> thanks, and i hope to see some of you there! i'll be there at 0830 to help
> set up the six linux stations. if you have even an hour to spare, your show
> of support will be much appreciated.
> time it right and you get lunch, too!
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