On Aug 29, 2005, at 11:34 AM, Ryan Singer wrote:

I'll call them today. I just moved to the Berkeley area, and so I have no internet at home, only at work. At this point I am only going to ask if they can comp us a booth because I'm not sure if we are prepared to put up speakers again. I will also ask Simon and Gary if they are interested in presenting again. I am pretty sure Gary will be, and Simon has interesting ideas every time I talk to him. -Ryan

Ryan, keep in mind that it is by no means clear that OOo as a project is interested in going to DLS. So, your inquiries are necessarily of the exploratory sort.


On 8/27/05, Adam Moore <[EMAIL PROTECTED] > wrote:Ryan is supposed to look into this. Ryan, if you don't have the time
feel free to give me the contact information and I'll go ahead and
make the contacts.  Last year did Linspire approach us for the
conference or did we approach them?

On 8/27/05, Ian Lynch < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On Sat, 2005-08-27 at 11:14 -0400, Louis Suarez-Potts wrote:
> > > Really need to sort this out before putting a lot of effort in. Is
> > > it OK
> > > in principle? Will Linspire provide us the same resource as last year? > > > When is it? Who can make it? Once we know its feasible then we can
> > > start
> > > more detailed plans.
> >
> > Exactly.  So far, no word from Linspire. Last year, you all might
> > recall, we went through a lengthy negotiation with Linspire.
> > Furthermore, the Community Council asked Team OpenOffice.org to help > > with funding, as we felt at the time that the event could be important.
> So Adam, can you check with Linspire to see what they are thinking? If > it looks possible, get the dates onto this list and then we can put a > call out to see what interest there is for support and whether we need
> to raise money or whatever.
> --

Adam Moore
Community Volunteer
OOo blog: AdamMooreOOo.blogspot.com

Ryan Singer

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