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On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 9:48 AM, drew <> wrote:
from Drew:

Thinking now that it might be a good place to compromise - maybe let go
of the case and look at just having the DVD blanks printed up - slip
into green (?) envelopes with a nice big clear window.

I'll get that quote together and maybe we can look at a bigger run.
(Although in all honesty when I ran this by the BOSS - she gave me "that
look"...rofl...I love a good challenge and her)

This seems right. SCALE is expecting 80 exhibitors. The shiny cover
art might make a difference but prolly not much. I'm a little jaded by
the people who infest these events with the bleat of "Got any free
stuff?". What we want are people who are genuinely interested, and
will use LibreOffice.

Thank you for the opening to think about this. Ideas to implement at
LinuxFest Northwest too.

Carl to exhibit, present, sponsor or participate

Speaking of LFNW - IMO, the group really should start beating the weeds
to get some presentation submissions...

Not to mention that the SELF organizers put out the CFP this last week

Then there is the inaugural Mid-WEST Linux Fest (might be they are
calling that something a little different) in St. Louis, smack dab in
the middle of your event and SELF time wise.. they come bang, bang, bang
from here on out don't they.


Thanks for the poke. We're working on submissions; there's some back
end system fussing going on.

Interesting about the inaugural Mid-America GNU/Linux Networkers
Conference. It's good to see these regional meets showing up. The
LFNW-ites have a good relationship with SCALE (Ilan and others). We've
talked about consolidating efforts, but not much has happened as yet.


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