On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 12:57 PM, drew <email@example.com> wrote:
On Fri, 2011-06-17 at 09:30 -0700, Carl Symons wrote:
I don't know how Ohio LinuxFest operates. Speaking from my experience
of several years involvement with producing LFNW...
- Tell OHLF that it's a go.
I suppose you are correct - I would of really liked some hint of
interest from the developers but hopefully that will come.
- Start recruiting people from the LibreOffice Development Team
through LibO mailing lists
*including firstname.lastname@example.org; there are a bunch of
people there who answer questions regularly
- Grassroots Hackfest for the leading open source office suite...join
the community, get things done, make a F/OSS difference
- OHLF is in Columbus, right in the middle of Ohio. Cleveland,
Cincinnatti, Pittsburgh, Louisville are all within driving distance
- Contact Indiana LinuxFest (http://www.indianalinux.org). Don't know
how big their event is, but Indianapolis is also within driving
distance. They have some sort of communication structure.
- Chicago's further but they have http://www.flourishconf.com
What is the basis for a go/no-go decision? The only downside would
come from being timid about getting the word out and recruiting
people. We don't have to show you any stinking badges.
*smile* fair enough.
I will work with you on this. Depending on who shows, the Hackfest may
change directions...that's the nature of these out-of-control open
Will you tell OHLF that it's a go? And find out what they want from
us. We'll do this.
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