pierre at speculoos.com
Sun Aug 2 13:57:46 PDT 2009
I know that it has been put by Jon as a placeholder, but his "x"
proposal reminds me the x of some TED conferences, called TEDx, to
make clear that they are "independently organized TED events" (more
info › http://www.ted.com/pages/view/id/258). Even if I'm not sure to
like the comparison between LGM and TED, it can maybe bring a logical
explanation on what is the exact status of these events. And the full
LGM acronym acts as a clear identification. LGMx Scale 09, LGMxNZ'09,
On 02-août-09, at 18:51, Craig wrote:
> Jon A. Cruz wrote:
>> On Aug 1, 2009, at 3:17 PM, Ted Gould wrote:
>>> Currently SCALE has a Friday slot for a couple of other events,
>>> including an Open Source Healthcare summit and a Women in Open
>>> meeting. I think it makes the most sense to do a similar Friday
>>> I'm thinking it should be called "Libre Graphics Los Angeles" or
>>> I haven't run it past the SCALE organizers yet, but I was curious
>>> people on this list thought about the idea.
>> I've been looking into a similar thing for LCA this year in New
>> My feeling is that with a bare "LGLA" it might sound like a full LGM
>> that is being held in LA.
>> Those might work, if we come up with a good letter for 'x'
> What about a more generic Lg for users kind of name..... or is the
> purpose to do a developer conference too?
> LGUC, ie user conference. Then the same LGUC could be used for each
> location.. LGUC, Scale 09... LGUC NZ 09..
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