[TriLUG] Software Freedom day
jonesjc at intrex.net
Sat Sep 8 10:50:33 EDT 2007
Nick Goldwater wrote:
>----- "J.C. Jones" <jonesjc at intrex.net> wrote:
>| What is the latest on Software Freedom day at UNC?
>| I haven't seen anything on it recently.
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>I received this earlier this week...
>Begin forwarded message:
>>Subject: Software Freedom Day at UNC
>>I am Jonathan Bersuder, a student at UNC-Chapel Hill. Currently I
>>am the Vice President of the Carolina Open Source Initiative, which
>>is why I am writing to you. On the 14th of September, our group
>>will be putting on a large event for Software Freedom Day from 10am
>>until 4pm. We have several speakers lined up, including
>>representatives of Dell and the Mozilla Foundation. We also have
>>several tables with information and demos, and boxes upon boxes of
>>Open Source and Free Software to distribute.
>>The event, while being held at Carolina, by a Carolina student
>>group, is also designed as a community outreach opportunity, and we
>>are expecting a sizable non-University presence. As such, we are
>>contacting local groups who might be interested in either
>>participating or helping us get information out about the event.
>>I had originally planned to contact the DULUG, but most of the
>>information on their site seemed out of date, and their IRC server
>>also appeared to be down when I tried to access it. Reading through
>>the Linux at Duke website, this seemed the most appropriate avenue for
>>contacting possibly interested parties at Duke.
>>If you have any questions or are interested, please contact me at
>>your convenience. We currently have a wiki up and running at http://
>>ibiblio.org/cosi , and are updating it frequently.
>>Thanks very much for your time, and I hope to hear from you.
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