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The booth is outfitted. I don't have pictures, but I'm sure Drew will have
some before too long.

We are in booth #4, at the front of the room. EFF has the pole position
(booth #1)

The SCALE volunteers are top-notch, incredibly helpful and very dedicated to
making this a success.


On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 3:30 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press Productions <> wrote:

On 02/25/2011 03:04 PM, wrote:



 Had a lengthy conversation regarding reaching out to the histpanic
communiity in the US, somethinhg that everyone at the table felt was not
being done well in the Linux community in general, although I have a contact
now in El Paso, TX LUG, a predominantly hispanic group, and an invitaton to
get onto the ML and introduce our project.



Well the Spanish language groups may be a help if they feel that we are
going to help supply them a Spanish language version of the DVD package.  I
know that one of the dictionaries state "Latin America", and there are the
typical Hispanic country of origin listed in the other Spanish localized
dictionaries, from Mexico down into South America, plus some islands.
Texas area could be largely Mexican descendants for their Hispanic
communities.  So we are going to do what we can to give them what they need
for Linux, and Windows, for LibreOffice.  As long as we can get someone to
translate the documentation, we will be OK.

That is why is is no longer a USA only, or even a North America only DVD
project.  We are going to produce as much as possible to go with as many
communities as we can with the talent we have access to.

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