Bill Ward wrote:
> Instead of SVLUG and SULUG being lumped under Peninsula, I would label
> each one - Stanford and Silicon Valley resp.
> Also I find some of the word wraps to be odd.
> And why use Impress instead of Draw?
> On Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 3:47 PM, nbs <email@example.com
> As a follow-up to yesterday's email , I wanted to let people know
> that an updated version of the flyer has been created.
> Jack DeSlippe of Berkeley LUG created a simpler map, with penguin
> marking each city (rather than the plain looking "x"es I had). He
> redid the LUG list to be less wordy, and made the intro text stand
> out more.
> An updated version, in both color and B&W PDFs, as well as the source
> document (this time in OpenOffice.org Impress ".odp") are now
> Thanks to Jack, as well as Grant Bowman from the Ubuntu California
> LoCo Team
> for the feedback on how to spice the flyer up.
> Marsee Henon from O'Reilly and Larry Cafiero from Fedora (and
> have offered to put copies of the final flyer out at their tables
> at OSCON,
> along with the Ubuntu Calif. LoCo.
> I'm still interested in hearing whether we can get the same flyer
> at OpenSourceWorld (prev'ly LinuxWorld Expo) next month, as well.
> Has anyone got any leads? (i.e., businesses or orgs that will be
>  My email from yesterday can be found here, among other places:
> PS - Repeat note from last time:
> I'm sending this to either the discussion mailing list, or
> contact email address I could find via your LUG's website.
> Feel free to pass this along as you see fit!
> Bill Kendrick