[sf-lug] Meetup request - KDE developers in the bay area mid October
maestro415 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 7 07:05:19 PDT 2013
On 7/6/13, Jason Kirk <jasonedwardkirk at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to get root access on my Android smartphone and I have to start
> SDK Manager, which I downloaded. So do I just open a terminal window inside
> the folder holding SDK and run "android"?
> These are the instructions I am following:
On threads like this for SF-LUG it is best to keep the thread 'on
topic' of the original mail that started the thread and address (C/C)
the SF-LUG list as well.
Therefore I am moving your questions and putting them in another mail
to you which will hopefully help you.
I don't mind others sending me individual mail(s) from a thread but
others on the list ask that threads stay communal to benefit the
entire community which is great too. I hope you continue to post
questions to both to the list and to me (as an individual thread) and
don't mind me C/C'ing others that may have more knowledge and/or
better hacks for a given issue.
> On Sat, Jul 6, 2013 at 5:37 PM, maestro <maestro415 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi David;
>> Thanks for thinking of US and the proposals.
>> We have a regular Linux Discussion and meet-up every Wenesday from
>> 18:00-20:00 @ Noisebridge and have the time alotted(reserved at the
>> on the recurring events calendar.
>> This would work perfectly for EVERYONE as I see by looking @ my calendar
>> the 16th of Oct. falls on a Wednesday.
>> So why don't we just go ahead and say "see you there" and save you the
>> trouble posting to Noisebridge lists et.al and as the time gets closer we
>> will post everything for you on/through the effective channels ;-)
>> Can't be much easier and synchronized than that...
>> message ends
>> On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 8:13 AM, David Edmundson
>> <davidedmundson at kde.org>wrote:
>>> Hi SF Lug!
>>> I am David Edmundson, a developer from the KDE Community.
>>> A number of KDE developers are going to be in the San Francisco area
>>> mid-October for a conference at Mountain View (18th-20th). We were
>>> wondering if any fellow LUG users are interested in meeting up either
>>> on the days before or after (i.e the 16th, 17th or 21st October). We
>>> would also like to know if you are interested in helping us organise a
>>> presentation on KDE at the Noisebridge hackerspace (or similar) to
>>> talk about what KDE is, how to get involved, or some Qt/KDE features.
>>> Best Regards,
>>> David Edmundson and Aleix Pol
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