[vox-if] Re: September/October IF

Ken Bloom kabloom at ucdavis.edu
Tue Jul 6 13:18:36 PDT 2004

That sounds good. How do you plan to make sure we have a pretty even
distribution of installees between the two?

On Tue, Jul 06, 2004 at 12:38:38PM -0700, Jonathan Stickel wrote:
> I sat on this for awhile, but it's nearing the 90 day reserve ahead time 
> for the Davis library.
> I think Mark has a good suggestion here about having 2 IFs in October, 
> but a week apart.  The normal installfest can be held on campus on 
> Sunday, October 17, to be coordinated by Seth.  I will plan to 
> coordinate an installfest to be held a week earlier on Saturday, October 
> 9, for which I will try to reserve the Blanchard room of the Davis library.
> Does this sound good to everyone?  Any comments?  If it's cool, I'll 
> call the library to put in our reservation on July 9 (this Friday).
> Jonathan
> P.S.
> To recap the upcoming IF plans, I'm coordinating an IF this month (on 
> July 17).  It will be up to Seth to have one in August.  September will 
> be canceled and then we will have the 2 in October.
> Mark K. Kim wrote:
> >Getting volunteers two consecutive days may be a problem.  How about the
> >first or the second Saturday?  It's closer to the beginning of the quarter
> >so it'll give the early birds a chance to start using Linux for their
> >early programming assignments.  Late birds can sign up for the 3rd Sunday
> >IF.  But just in case too many sign up for the early one, I suggest
> >putting a quota on how many people can sign up for the Saturday IF (and
> >maybe the Sunday one also.)
> >
> >-Mark
> >
> >
> >On Fri, 4 Jun 2004, Jonathan Stickel wrote:
> >
> >
> >>I propose, then, that the September Installfest be "postponed" to the
> >>3rd Saturday in October (10/16), which I will try to schedule at the
> >>Davis Library.  October's Sunday IF (10/17) can then be held as usual on
> >> campus.  This way we should be able to accommodate everyone.  What do
> >>you think?
> >>
> >>Jonathan
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