As I’ve mentioned a time or two in the past, CrunchBang has available to it a table at the Southern California Linux Expo SCALE 11X, which will be held in Los Angeles at the Hilton LAX on Feb. 22-24 (that’s President’s Day weekend, for those of you in the States). Actually, because I have some pull in the SCALE organization — I chair the Publicity Team — I’ve arranged for us to be neighbors with Debian on the SCALE 11X exhibit floor.
CrunchBang is also hosting a Birds of a Feather meet-up at SCALE 11X as well, but we’ll get back to that later.
As I’ve also mentioned, because I work at the expo as chief cat-herder for the tech and mainstream press, I don’t have the ability to staff the booth. So I’m still looking for CrunchBang folks who are going to the show who wouldn’t mind putting in some time in the booth.
So far, I have no takers, meaning I may have to surrender the space if there’s no one there to help promote CrunchBang. So this is my final appeal — if you’re going to SCALE 11X and you want to help us out by staffing the table, that would be great.
As for the Birds of a Feather meet-up, that will take place regardless of whether or not we have a table on the exhibit floor. It is tentatively planned for Saturday, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. Pacific Time, and we’ve asked corenominal to drop by via video, as he did at our meetup at Linux Fest Northwest last year. The only catch here is if he’s still awake at 3 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24 in Lincoln, UK.
So if you can staff the table at SCALE, let me know by e-mail at lcafiero-at-lavabit-dot-com.
Looking forward, we have tables already scheduled for Linux Fest Northwest in Bellingham, Wash., in April and Texas Linux Fest in Austin, Texas, at the end of May (as well as possibly having a table at the inaugural Montana Linux Fest in June at Montana State University — an event that’s still in the planning stages). I’ll be available to staff these tables, and I welcome CrunchBang users who are attending to stop by and help out.
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Larry Cafiero is one of the founders of the Lindependence Project and has just started developing software at Redwood Digital Research (RDR), a consultancy that provides FOSS solutions in the small business and home office environment. RDR is based in Felton, California, USA.