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On Sat, 2011-05-14 at 17:55 -0700, cocofan wrote:
I just added OSCON to the US marketing list of conventions/events.
It's a conference on open source software development (with some
business sessions).  Attendence is somewhere around +2000 so it's a
somewhat 'big deal' conference.  I happen to live in Portland so it
would be very convenient for me to drop off marketing material, such as
brochures and CD/DVD's, at the 'freebie' table outside the Exhibition
Hall.  I think it's too late for a table (unless we can share one with
someone else?) but it might be better just to have some marketing
material available for attendees (especially CD/DVD's).  

Hi Dona 

Thanks for adding that.

Also, it sounds like you did a wonderful job at LFNW this year 

we made contact with a rep. from O'Reilly at SCALE earlier this year.
The contact information was given to Italo and if not mistaken he did
try to touch base with him, though not sure about any results.

Adding Italo as cc to this email - @Italo, is this something you would
like to follow up on, to see if there is anyway to have a TDF table?

Otherwise, Dona the idea to drop off items for the general information
table sounds really good.

@Italo, is there any marketing budget at this point?

Best wishes


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