[TriLUG] Volunteers Needed: TriLUG table at Lulu Tech Circus
Fri, 13 Sep 2002 14:23:11 -0400 (EDT)
i will gladly volunteer to help staff the trilug table anytime that i'm
needed. i can also bring nay necessary hardware that might be needed
(workstations, server, hub/switch, cables, etc).
two suggestions for the booth:
1. have an LTSP server, thin clients make good demos (or workstations
acting as thin clients)
2. have at least one workstation/server running NFS and several distros
copied to the disk so if anyone wants we could do a network install on the
whoever is 'organizing' the trilug table, just let me know how i can help.
> Hey all,
> TriLUG is planning to have a table in the user group area of the
> upcoming Lulu Tech Circus. This is the techie show being planned for
> Sept. 27-29 at the NC State Fairgrounds. More about the show here:
> http://www.techcircus.com/ . (If you register, please use code
> #ltc0330u as TriLUG gets a referral bonus.)
> So far our idea for the table is to demonstrate Linux running on several
> platforms: Sparc, Macintosh (linuxppc), Alpha, and Intel. And, we'll
> promote TriLUG and evangelize about Linux in general.
> So, we need volunteers to staff our table. We need to have people there
> for the entire length of the show, so I've split it up into shifts. I
> think it would be good to have at least two volunteers for each shift.
> We may be able to arrange free admission to the show for a few
> volunteers (the Tech Circus has given us a small number of free
> passes). Otherwise, you will need to pay the admission of $15.00 ($20
> after Sept. 15) but it is good for all three days.
> Here are the shifts, and those who have signed up so far:
> Friday, 12 noon - 5 pm : Jeremy Portzer
> Friday, 5 pm - 9 pm :
> Saturday, 10 am - 2 pm : Tanner Lovelace
> Saturday, 2 pm - 5 pm :
> Saturday, 5 pm - 9 pm :
> Sunday, 10 am - 2 pm : Mike Johnson
> Sunday, 2 pm - 6 pm : Mike Johnson
> As you can see, there are a lot of openings. :-)
> Please let me or email@example.com know if you're interested in
> volunteering, or see the SC at tonight's meeting. And even if you can't
> volunteer, please stop by the table and hang out!
> --Jeremy Portzer
> (By the way, if anyone is feeling rich, Internet access at the Circus
> costs $200. It would be really neat to have Internet access for our
> table, but the SC couldn't justify spending general donations on this.
> But if someone really wants to part with their money...)
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