[Linux-aus] Debian 10th birthday celebrations (was Re: next meeting)

Kimberly Shelt kim at linmagau.org
Sun Jul 20 14:42:01 UTC 2003

Did anything come of this as far as you know Stewart ?(others?)

Jonathan Oxers page regards this appears to only have a couple of TBAs
and perhaps's from Deb Sigs etc.. a fairly poor showing from .au (imho)

Will LA will not be doing anything nationally?

I am just working on the latest edition, and this will be the 
edition to run before the date.. so if LA is doing something,, 
I need to get it in before 25th July..  

Kimberly Shelt

On Fri, May 30, 2003 at 10:21:20PM +1000, Stewart Smith wrote:
> On Friday, May 30, 2003, at 07:51  PM, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> >* An?bal Monsalve Salazar <A.Monsalve.Salazar at IEEE.org> [2003-05-30 
> >08:58]:
> >>>FWIW, Japanese or Chinese sounds good to me.
> >>Would you like to set a date?
> >
> >I'm busy the next 3 weeks and then leaving to the States and Europe.
> >I will be back in August -- just in time to celebrate Debian's 10th
> >birthday which is on August 16th.  We should definitely plan a party
> >for that (but if you want to go out for lunch/dinner in the meantime,
> >no problem).
> Maybe a synchronized nation-wide birthday bash could be organized? That 
> could attract some more attention from the general community/media and 
> raise our profile in Australia.
> There's also been the mention of doing something at LCA04 for a belated 
> debian birthday do. Don't quote me on details though, i saw a dot point 
> :)
> </marketing think>
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