Well - I would really prefer you bring the conversation over on the US
Marketing list and let's look at, all that, over the weekend.
Back to this thread - sorry to hear you are under the weather, I wish you a
Much of what you mention in your last email is exactly what needs to be
created for this disc, for hand out at the SoCal Linux Expo in 2 weeks (less
actually) time - nothing helps to get the work done then a hard delivery
- so again, come by that list over weekend and we can help each other out.
For sure, though, one of us will put another email to the users list when
the image is available.
Finally - as for your thought that others would not necessarily benefit from
your take on 'the appropriate' mix for a distribution disc, I would
respectfully disagree and would encourage sharing with others details. Do
not be surprised at all if others find what you are doing useful.
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