Subject: Bay Area NetBSD Volunteers needed for Linuxworld!
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Dave Damast <email@example.com>
Date: 08/07/2002 18:16:58
We grabbed a booth for NetBSD at LinuxWorld SF -- any Bay Area volunteers
to staff it? LinuxWorld is a chance to ogle IBM mainframes and prosletyze
the unwashed Linux masses. The four of us who took on LinuxWorld NY had a
The booth needs six shifts or equivalent arrangements:
One AM shift (10 AM-3 PM) and one PM shift (12PM-5PM) on each of August
13, 14 and 15.
If you can't volunteer, consider loaning hardware, particularly if it's
fun. At our LW NY booth, we had an O2, a NeXT Cube and some old Sun and
Vax boxes, in addition to my laptop running KDE and Konqueror.
I can't make it out to SF for the show so the need for volunteers is
quite dire. Wasabi will be donating a ton of 1.5.2 CDs and t-shirts to be
given out to the masses, if people can be found to man the booth.
Interested parties please contact me for instructions, advice and party
firstname.lastname@example.org (646) 638-2299
Wasabi Systems: The NetBSD Company www.wasabisystems.com