[TriLUG] TriLUG Ubuntu Fall Fund Drive
turnpike420 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 13:58:09 EDT 2005
This is interesting Matt... I musta missed it, where was it deemed we
would NOT do Fedora? I also agree, I think we should be open to
On 9/16/05, Ed Hill <ed at eh3.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-09-16 at 11:21 -0400, Matt Frye wrote:
> > On 9/15/05, Tanner Lovelace <clubjuggler at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > We still haven't reached the goal of getting 100 people
> > > to comment on the petition to get Jeff Waugh of Ubuntu to
> > > visit TriLUG. Right now, we still need 33 more people to
> > > post a comment at
> > I'd like to open up a little debate here. Could someone please tell
> > me why a presentations on Fedora is considered "too distro biassed for
> > TriLUG," but an Ubuntu presentation is not?
> > That being said, I did sign Tanner's petition, but it's because I
> > believe that presentations on distros are what TriLUG should be doing.
> Wow. Well put, Matt!
> If anyone decides to argue the "other side" of that issue, they should
> hang their head in shame and voluntarily add the title "Village Idiot"
> to their .signature file for the ensuing month.
> But hey, thats just my  opinion. ;-)
>  DISCLAIMERS:
> Given current geographic location, pregnant wife, etc.
> I just can't attend TriLUG meetings. But I do sorely miss
> the discussions, people, and pizza!
> I'm a Fedora Extras contributor so, yes, I'm horribly,
> irretrievably, and unabashedly biased.
> I'd love to give a presentation about how we use Fedora
> for basically everything at work from laptops to desktops
> to compute clusters with hundreds of nodes, how to join FE,
> some of the neat stuff we've learned (sometimes the hard
> way!) as a result of all the above, etc.
> Edward H. Hill III, PhD
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