[Grassroots-l] Fwd: SCALE Calls For Non-Profit Exhibitors
echerlin at gmail.com
Fri Oct 3 21:13:48 EDT 2008
Who wants to be in a booth at a fun Free Software conference? I did
this last year, when they had two whole tracks on Health, and intend
to go again.
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From: SCALE Team <scale-announce at socallinuxexpo.org>
Date: Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 5:05 PM
Subject: SCALE Calls For Non-Profit Exhibitors
To: echerlin at gmail.com
Wide spread acceptance and encouragement from the user community has
established SCALE as a premiere Open Source Software conference.
Continuing our efforts to promote Open Source software, we invite you
to share your work on Free and Open Source projects with the rest of
the FOSS community.
If you'd like a expo booth for your project at the 7th Annual So Cal
Linux Expo, please submit your proposal.
The proposals should be submitted in the form of a 1-page extended
1. The name of your group or open source project.
2. A group or project logo, and contact information including name
and email address. (logo needed for publishing on the website)
3. A list or a brief description of the main points to be presented
should be submitted. Please include enough detail that will enable the
committee to evaluate the proposal.
4. Describe how your participation will benefit both the Southern
California Linux Expo and the attendees.
Submission formats in text or PDF will be accepted. Qualifying
exhibitors will be allocated a booth in the SCALE exhibit hall which
will include one 6 foot table, two chairs, one network drop and one
500 watt electrical outlet.
As we are attempting to increase awareness of open source software,
it's highly desirable that demonstrations be conducted using free and
open source software. All proposals shall be sent to
gareth at socallinuxexpo.org.
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