[openbeos] Re: [Fwd: LugRadio Live UK 2008]

  • From: "Jorge G. Mare" <kokitomare@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 11:10:37 -0700


Neil Munro wrote:
I am in the UK, intend on going to LRL and have an interest in Haiku, but not enough knowledge to do anything but I would REALLY like to have a talk in person with some of you guys.

That's the spirit! :)

You guys can talk to each other and see if a presence is viable.

If you guys want, we can setup a conference page on the website with all the relevant info you want; something like this one:


This may help find more people interested.



2008/6/13 Jorge G. Mare <kokitomare@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:kokitomare@xxxxxxxxx>>:


    Cian Duffy wrote:

        2008/6/13 Jorge G. Mare <kokitomare@xxxxxxxxx

            We received the invitation shown below to exhibit at
            LugRadio Live UK 2008.
            This is an event scheduled to be held at Wolverhampton
            (UK) on July 19th and

            I am forwarding this message to see if there are any
            dedicated Haiku fans in
            the UK who would like to organize a Haiku booth at this event.

        I'm not in the UK - but I'm near it. Theres a possibility I could
        assist with this, if theres not enough interest from those
        actually in
        the UK...

    I don't know anyone in the UK that could take the initiative to
    make this happen for Haiku, hence the message to this mailing list. :)

    IOW, consider this is more like a call to the Haiku community to
    see if there are any enthusiasts out there who are willing to take
    the initiative, gather forces and put something together for
    Haiku. This is actually how the Haiku presence at events like
    Chemnitzer Linux Tage, T-DOSE 2007, and FOSDEM happened.

    We can provide some guidance (from previous experiences), booth
    material artwork, means to communicate with the community through
    the website, and possible other means of support; but for this to
    happen, the community has to have the will and put in the effort.

    >From time to time people ask what they can do to help Haiku in
    activities other than development. No coding required here, so
    this is a good opportunity make a contribution to the cause. :)



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