[CREATE] Fwd: Libre Graphics Meeting, 26-29 May 2010 in Brussels
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Fri Sep 18 06:55:57 PDT 2009
On Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 10:38 AM, Jan Claeys <lists at janc.be> wrote:
> Op maandag 14-09-2009 om 21:28 uur [tijdzone +1000], schreef Jon
>> As we work with hotel chains and independent hoteliers alike, in all
>> categories from 2* to 5* and at all budgets, we can make you a
>> competitive offer.
> I think this certainly sounds like a nice offer, but I guess some people
> (students?) might prefer a youth/budget hostel or such over any "2 star
> or more hotel"...? ;-)
I think the organizers are trying to reach a deal with an university.
> Anyway, I live in Belgium, and if I can make some free time during LGM,
> I'd be happy to do some volunteer work for the conference. Is there any
> other place I should subscribe, or is this list the best place to keep
> updated on things?
The best is to subscribe to this list. Also you can hang out on irc #lgm.
> If you want any reference: I've been involved in the Ubuntu project
> since about 5 years & in Ubuntu Belgium since almost 4 years. Maybe
> some of you have seen me at the Ubuntu booth at FOSDEM. I'm also part
> of the GParted project & have been interacting with several other open
> source projects. I've also got some graphical education, and I've been
> interested in typography since I was a teenager (even if my type-design
> until now has been limited to bitmap fonts about 15 years ago ;) ).
As a Belgian I can confirm that Jan Claes puts a lot of effort in the
local free software community and organizing. So I can highly
recommend him. Maybe Jan, you could try to get more volunteers of
Ubuntu-be involved? In that case the best is to contact Femke of
Constant vzw, which is coordinating the Brussels LGM. Jan, if you like
typography, you won't be dissappointed. There is plenty of typography
related talks on LGM.
> BTW: if you want, I'm quite sure Guy Duportail from
> http://www.multiseatcomputer.be/ can provide you with a multiseat system
> for conference attendees without other means to get on-line. (I can ask
> him if you want.)
Most (if not all) developers bring their laptop. Although the idea was
to maybe get also public outside the developer community invited. It
could be useful for that, provided that they run the free graphics
software of course ;-) But again better coordinate with Femke. As you
live in Belgium, maybe you can try join an OSP activity to get in
contact with Femke and the other organizers:
Thanks for stepping forward!
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