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Subject: Re: Call for Participation - Software Freedom Day
From: Brandon Lum <lum...@gmail.com>
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I will need a rep from HSG side by this Wednesday if not we will not
be able to provide a booth for HSG.
Do let me know as soon as possible as we are speaking to vendors now.
On Aug 24, 4:17=A0pm, Martin Baehr <mba...@email.archlab.tuwien.ac.at>
> On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 12:28:43AM -0700, Brandon Lum wrote:
> > Is there someone from Hackerspace who would be willing be coordinate
> > the booth (come down on the day to help set up the HSB booth)? Martin
> > was doing it last year, but I believe he is overseas for this year's
> > SFDS.
> right, i am not in singapore, otherwise i'd love help.
> however if anyone wants to volunteer i am happy to answer questions
> about what we did last year.
> there wasn't really much to do other than getting up in the morning and
> move the robot and a few toys to the national library. a table and
> chairs are provided, so it's mainly a task of coordinating volunteers.
> (make sure there is someone at the table at all times). the person to
> set up in the morning doesn't even need to be around all day if it is
> ensured that someone else takes over later, especially in the evening to
> clean up.
> optional tasks could be to print some informational material about
> the hackerspace, maybe print a map of the worlds hackerspaces, or any
> other ideas, like show off the hackerspace t-shirt. (i don't think it is
> allowed to sell there, but you could take orders :-)
> greetings, martin.
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