XFCE & Southern California Linux Expo 6x

Stephan Arts stephan at xfce.org
Sun Oct 14 16:13:00 CEST 2007

On 10/13/07, Josh Saddler <nightmorph at gentoo.org> wrote:
> 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. :)

Well, this sounds interesting to me. (but you already knew that)

I am available during that time, and I am willing to come. However, I
don't have the resources (money) to arrange the flight and the stay in
LA then.

If you can arrange those two things, I am happy to attend to SCALE.
That is, if the other xfce developers agree.



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