On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 11:12 AM, Italo Vignoli <
On 2/24/11 3:57 PM, Jeff Chimene wrote:
Someone from TDF will be keynoting at Flourish 2011 in Chicago, from April
1 to April 3.
There will be only one person flying over from Europe, but I think that
going to be a very good opportunity for meeting the US community.
I will be keynoting on Sunday April 3 at 11AM. I will arrive in Chicago on
Thursday March 31 in the late afternoon, and leave on Sunday in the
I'll make it a point to gather more info @ SCALE. I see you'll be
By "activities" I'm guessing you mean networking opportunities? I'll make
a point to get more info this weekend @ SCALE. How many days will they be
I have asked the organizers to have a 2 hours workshop on Saturday to
discuss how to organize the US community. Of course, if someone from the US
community is there. Otherwise, it does not make any sense.
We also have the opportunity of having an expo table for the duration of
the event (Friday late afternoon to Sunday). We could also have only the
expo table, but - again - if the US community is there. I am happy to
support the US community, but I am not the US community.
Please let me know how we can leverage this opportunity for the success of
LibreOffice in the US.
I didn't find any info about this event during SCaLE. I'll do some more
research. We have a bit of time before the actual event. I don't have
technical contacts in Chicago. This seems like a good time to start.
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