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On Thu, 2011-06-23 at 12:42 -0700, Carl Symons wrote:
On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 7:15 AM, drew <> wrote:
Hi guys,

OK - I need to get the formal request for this to the OHLF organizers

So, anyone want offer an idea of exactly What I should be asking them

Just a room with internet connection?

Anyway - I'm working on that right now and am on the IRC channel if anyone wants to respond here great, or pop on IRC.



apologies for not responding sooner. Tried
were gone. Is that the channel you were on?

None needed.

I think that's all that's needed...a room with an internet connection.
It would be nice to have small tables that could be pulled into ad hoc
group sessions if there was something that needed to be discussed and
worked on with a small team.

Pretty simple.

I said on a different list "I have tendncy to over think things at

The difficulties will be getting the word out and having someone who
can deal with the important items you listed. 

Yeah, I will jump on that pretty good I think, but really need a solid
yes from the show organizers first. 

After that, will see about writing an article for TDF blog, same on my
own blog, have access to 4 different Twitter accounts ( LibreOfficeNews
and LibreOfficeVols included ), a post to the LibreOffice forum and then
there is the media. I have yet to use my one personal contact in the
LInux mag world, but would for this and Italo I know has many many more

A current active
developer would be pretty useful.

Well, sounds like we have at least one that will try to be available
remotely, but yes it would be really nice to have someone physically
there for sure.


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