I thought about that, I was just concerned about the speed that it would
run, but it should be fine both on windows are AMD 64 processors with 1
gig of Ram and DVD writer drives.
Slapping a Knoppix CD can make the 3 computers run Linux without
needing to install on them.
As soon as we know who all will be going I will get with someone to make
sure the CDs at least make it.
I can burn 50 to 100 CDs for this, these can go even if I cannot make
I think the best contact will be Sam Hiser who lives in NYC and he
might be able to pull together a buch of swag.
What would be really great is if we could do a demo of OOo there.
We need a professional demonstration of what OOo is and what it
does. If you want to help here, please! Be creative, be original,
and make it fun :-) The basic idea: A presentation or scripted demo
that demonstrates OOo's ease and power.
yes I will also suggest to do 'recruiting material' simply because a
lot of Linux (OOo-users) will be there, they might already know the
suite, but getting them exciting about participating in the community
might go a step further.
I would agree here, I always wondered why we target Linux conferences,
when what we should be doing is going to the windows ones :-D , but
seriously what are the chances of attending something that is more
targeted toward windows users, is there such a thing.
CoLeader of OpenOffice.org ES
Central US MarCon