[sf-lug] pizza and Linux for schools

Christian Einfeldt einfeldt at gmail.com
Fri Oct 1 19:08:33 PDT 2010

We will be moving more monitors tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. from the Oakland
Museum of California to the Creative Arts School.  If you would like to help
out, you could meet meet at 10:00 a.m. at the 10th street near Oak.  Please
call me at 415-351-1300 if you are able to help.  Pizza will be served at
about 2 pm or so.  We will be moving the monitors to San Francisco to the
Creative Arts Charter School. If you can only help on the San Francisco
side, that will still be helpful, and you can meet us at about 11:00 or
11:30, depending on when we get back across the bridge.  Again, call me at
415-351-1300 to find out our progress.

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 5:49 PM, Christian Einfeldt <einfeldt at gmail.com>wrote:

> hi,
> We have another opportunity to help local schools use GNU-Linux and FOSS.
>  This Saturday, September 25, from 10 to 11:00 at the Oakland Museum of
> California at 1000 Oak St
> Oakland, CA 94607-4892, (510) 238-2200, we will be picking up monitors for
> schools and taking the monitors to the Creative Arts Charter School in San
> Francisco.  Anyone who has a car is very welcome to come and help us move
> monitors.  Monitors have a secondary market, and so they often are the
> limiting commodity that stops us from providing complete computer systems to
> the schools.  So these monitors will be very useful for us, indeed.  So if
> you would like to help, please call Christian at 415-351-1300, and leave a
> message if you get voice mail.  The time and place to meet will be 10:00 at
> the Oakland Museum of California at 1000 Oak Street.  You will need to call
> Christian at any rate in order to coordinate the pick-up of the monitors.
>  We will need at least one big box truck, or two pick-up trucks, or four
> cars to move all of the monitors.
> After we move the monitors, if we still have time left, we will be taking
> the old monitors from their storage space at the Creative Arts Charter
> School and we will take them to the KIPP San Francisco Bay Academy, where
> they will eventually be picked up and given to the Alameda County Computer
> Resource Center, which provides us with Linux computers.
> If there is time left over after that, we will triage machines at the
> Creative Arts Charter School, and we will look for a network printer for one
> of the KIPP teachers.  If you happen to have a working network printer that
> you could donate, please let us know.
> Pizza will be served at 2 pm or when we are done moving, whichever comes
> soonest.

Christian Einfeldt,
Producer, The Digital Tipping Point
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