[Newlug] Ubuntu 9.10 "Karmic Koala" installfest- October 29th
mschw at athenet.net
Wed Oct 28 07:06:42 CDT 2009
Can we bring a spare computer along to install 9.10 on? Or will this
be more of a demo, where you will hook a system up to a projector and show
us how to install on a computer you're bringing?
FVTC is a big place. Will you be able to give us a specific room
number before Thursday evening?
I'd be interested in eating pizza. Sub sandwiches would be good, too,
if that would be easier for you.
From: newlug-bounces at newlug.org [mailto:newlug-bounces at newlug.org] On Behalf
Of Ross Larson
Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2009 11:19 PM
To: newlug at newlug.org
Subject: [Newlug] Ubuntu 9.10 "Karmic Koala" installfest- October 29th
This email is a reminder that I will be hosting an Ubuntu Linux installfest.
What: Ubuntu Karmic Koala installfest!
When: Version 9.10's release date (Thursday, October 29th). 5PM-7:30PM
Where: The installfest will be held at Fox Valley Technical College,
Appleton Campus- 1825 N Bluemound Dr Appleton, WI 54914. It's right off
Highway 41 at the Northland Avenue exit. Directions are here
Hosted by: Ross Larson (rosslarson at gmail.com)
The event will start at 5PM, and although the posted end time is 7:30PM,
though I will stick around longer if anyone wishes. We will be having this
event in conjunction with AITP's FVTC student chapter. If there are enough
people, we will order pizza. If you are interested in attending/eating
pizza, email me (rosslarson at gmail.com) and bring some extra cash for food
Originally, some members in the group had indicated interest in installing
and configuring a cluster. I suggest that we devote an entire night in the
future to be a "installfest" or "hackathon" night, where we can work on
specific projects, such as Hulu, Boxee, or XBMC media center setups, Rocks
clusters, LTSP servers and clients, or whatever else our devious minds cook
up. We can gauge interest in these events after the Ubuntu installfest
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