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

Stewart Smith stewartsmith at mac.com
Wed Jul 23 01:04:01 UTC 2003

I haven't specifically chased anything - but that's mainly due to 
workloads from uni etc (workloads are worse when you're paying to do 
them, not getting paid to do them... especially when it's through the 
nose..... but enough about the sorry state of australian 

I've been encouraging people, and would love the LUGs to pick this up. 
I think I have to shift into the "moral support" role on this one if i 
want to sleep at all :)

On Sunday, July 20, 2003, at 04:40  PM, Kimberly Shelt wrote:

> 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..
> Thanks
> Kimberly Shelt
> --
> http://www.linmagau.org
> 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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