On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 7:38 PM, Benjamin Horst <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Jan 4, 2011, at 5:47 PM, cocofan wrote:
The NorthWest LinuxFest would be a very strong venue for our message.
Non-profit tables are free, but do need to be reserved in advance. If
you feel more likely then not I will go ahead and take care of doing
just that. It doesn't need to happen right now, but I see that the list
of sponsors is filling up quickly.
I don't think there is anyway that the group can help defray the cost of
your attending, to be frank.
What we can do is supply material:
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This might be a good place to share our LibO paper airplane handouts.
Right now they are still in a draft form, but I or others should be able to finalize them before
the event begins. The current version is here, but I do have an update planned for the next few
The airplane must fly properly. My printer cut the lines off near the
edge of the paper. Maybe there could be an allowance for printing some
reasonable distance from the edge. When I got done folding, the plane
would only nose dive (perhaps too much weight in the nose. A
nosediving document doesn't send a good message.
This is a wonderful idea. There will be kids of all ages at the Fest.
I think that this would go over well. It's gotta fly though.
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