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Le 2010-10-15 17:07, Jean Hollis Weber a écrit :
On Fri, 2010-10-15 at 11:20 -0700, Jon Hamkins wrote:
I have added a North America section to the Events wiki.  I plan to
attend the Southern California Linux Expo, so I can man a LibO booth
there.  I'm willing to sign us up, do legwork, etc. but I have no access
to materials or funding.  I'll contact them and see if they charge for a

Several of us had a booth at SCALE several years ago, on behalf of the
OpenDocument Fellowship. There was no charge for the booth for groups
like ours. Ryan Singer was there, along with J David Eisenberg and
several other people. I don't know if David is on any of the LibO lists,
but Ryan or I can ping him if you don't know him.

SCALE is in early February, I believe. So if we get some materials (e.g.
handouts, posters) together for in late January, they may
be good for your use too. As for costs of e.g. printing handouts and
posters, there are always ways...

For display at the booth, I can get to you copies of any LibO user
guides that are finished by the end of the year, paid for by the


Hi Jean:

Could you add this to the events calendar? Even if there is no representative, it will show that the N.Americans are planning to attend.

We should fill the calendar with all pertinent dates so that we could plan.

I know, Canada, but partners in marketing with the US.


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