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Re: Developers in Cali...

Joey Hess <joey@kitenet.net> writes:

> Aaron Van Couwenberghe wrote:
> > >     OK, in the past week or so I've seen several people posting from
> > > California.  Has anyone thought of having a gathering in some semi-central
> > > location?  Get to know faces, sign keys, etc?
> >
> > I would be interested. If a convenient day were picked and the meeting were
> > held somewhere near the Bay Area (Sn Francisco, Sacramento, Oakland...) I
> > just might be able to come.
> Well this is jumping the gun a bit, but I intend to do just this in a couple
> of weeks. I have a fair-sized mailing list (25 people, including several
> developers) of debianites in the CA Bay Area. One of the things I hope
> this group will do is help me get a debian booth at linuxworld together and
> staffed. I'm still waiting on confirmation of the booth, but it looks like
> we will get one. Once I'm sure of that, I'd like to hold a debian meeting
> here. The meeting would have at least 2 purposes, maybe 3:
> 1. Get to know one another, socialize, key sign, etc.
> 2. Planning for the linuxworld conference.
> 3. If Joseph Carter happens to win the Project Leader election, we can
>    probably drag him down from Modesto to speak.
> I'm been thinking about holding it at the Coffeenet Internet Cafe in San
> Fransisco, a very nice cafe which has public linux machines (running redhat,
> but oh well.. ;-). Of course all this is tenative.
> If you're interested, the best thing to do is probably to get on the Bay
> Area Debian mailing list: "echo | mail bad-subscribe@kitenet.net"

I'm thinking of making the drive down for LinuxWorld, so maybe I'll
see you guys there.  :-)

I'll sign up on the list so I can see what you are all planning.


 - Jim

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