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Ibiblio and Linuxdoc
Does anyone know what is going on with our server?
On Fri, 6 Oct 2000, Guylhem Aznar wrote:
>At 21:40 10-05-2000 -0400, Dan Scott wrote:
>>I live in Toronto, and would be willing to volunteer for a day in the LDP
>Thanks a lot - Please ask David for the organisation. I gave him the email
>of linux expo people in charge of the booth.
>>booth. Do we have a Represent-LDP-at-Tradeshow-HOWTO yet? :)
>But a representing LDP faq would be neat. Here're my advices:
> - dress up decently
> - explain what the LDP is to visitors
> - have printed documentation to give away to people visiting our booth
> - try to meet with people from other booth : new volunteers are very welcome
> - have fun!
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