XFCE & Southern California Linux Expo 6x

Josh Saddler nightmorph at gentoo.org
Sat Oct 13 02:53:40 CEST 2007

Gareth J. Greenaway wrote:
> Greetings,
> My name is Gareth Greenaway and I am one of the founding members of the 
> Southern California Linux Expo.  We have our next show coming up February 
> 8th-10th and I would like to invite the XFCE project to be involved.  We are 
> currently accepting proposals for speaking opportunities as well as 
> applications for dotORG exhibitors.  Because XFCE is a dotORG organization, 
> we are offering a complementary booth including the usual amenities such as 
> internet access, electrical, one table, two chairs, etc.  
> If this sounds like something that the XFCE project would be interested in 
> being apart of, please feel free to contact me off the mailing list.
> Thank you.
> Gareth J. Greenaway
> http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale6x/conference-info/calls-for-papers/
> http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/scale6x/documents/scale6x_dotORG_application.pdf

This is absolutely worth it. I'd urge the Xfce devs and users
(community!) to take advantage of this offer. I attended last year with
my fellow Gentoo Linux developers, and it really is worth it if you can
make it. You'll get lots of visibility and awareness. Not to mention
making a dent in the KDE/Qt-related booths. ;) Sure, there's Gnome and
KDE, but where's the Xfce presence?

I'll be attending SCALE this year with Gentoo; I hope I'll seen an Xfce
booth there too. :)

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