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Re: Anyone want to go to an `InstallFest' in Virginia ?



If you're planning to help out, please also send email to events@debian.org. 
 We're in the process of creating an events section for the web pages and 
already have parts of it set up.  They should be on line in a week or so.

Nils.

In message <13890.52156.830968.493197@chiark.greenend.org.uk>, Ian Jackson - 
De
bian Project Leader writes:
>
>If you can help out, please contact Clemmitt directly.
>
>Thanks,
>Ian.
>
>
>--PMQMOeD1Qa

>From: Clemmitt Sigler <siglercm@alphamb2.phys.vt.edu>
>To: Ian Jackson <leader@debian.org>
>Subject: Question concerning InstallFest
>Date: Thu, 5 Nov 1998 15:28:21 -0500 (EST)
>
>Hello Ian,
>
>I apologize for adding to your mail-load.  I simply don't know
>whomelse to ask this.  The debian-devel mailing list doesn't seem
>appropriate.
>
>Our users' group (Linux/Unix Users' Group of Virginia Tech) is having
>an on-campus InstallFest on Saturday, December 5th.  One of our members
>has a contact at Red Hat, and they currently plan to send a rep to
>the IF.
>
>Since I'm a Debian advocate, I said I'd contact "someone" in Debian to
>see if a Debian rep. could come to the IF.  Now, given that Debian is
>a non-profit organization I imagine that such a thing may not be as easy
>as it is for Red Hat :^)  However, I know there was a Debian booth at
>ALS, so I thought I'd just ask.
>
>Please let me know with a quick, yea, nea, or perhaps answer, and
>more details as appropriate and you have time.  Thanks for your
>time and trouble.
>
>					Clemmitt Sigler
>					Linux/Unix Users' Group
>						of Virginia Tech
>
>




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