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Re: [linux-5] Re: [Ubuntu-SG] Meets in Singapore?

From: C David R.
Sent on: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 4:59 PM
Sorry, folks. Wrong mailing list...

C David Rigby wrote:
> Luther Goh Lu Feng wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am including SLMG and LUGS in the mail circulation. Since SLMG has 
>> been meeting regularly, would SLMG like to plan a May meetup around 
>> this? HackerspaceSG could be a possible venue. Please check 
>> http://hackerspac...­ for availability.
>>
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Luther
>>
>>
>>
>> ----- Original Message ----
>>  
>>> From: Prakash Advani <[address removed]>
>>> To: [address removed]
>>> Sent: Mon, April 26,[masked]:56:34 PM
>>> Subject: [Ubuntu-SG] Meets in Singapore?
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>     
>>
>> I have just joined this list. I work for Canonical and I manage the   
>> business in Central Asia (including Singapore).
>>
>> I am visiting  
>>> Singapore the week starting 24th May.. are there any meets     
>> plans around that  
>>> time frame?
>>>     
>>
>> How is the adoption of Ubuntu in Singaproe?
>>
>> I would  
>>> also like to know organisations that are large users of Ubuntu     
>> or any Linux  
>>> to understand how they are using.
>>>     
>>
>> I would like to meet a few  
>>> organisations, if anyone knows of them, I     
>> would appreciate if you can put me  
>>> in touch with them.
>>>     
>>
>> Best Regards
>> Prakash
>>
>>   
> Hello Team Ubuntu SG,
>
> This might be a great opportunity to revitalize TUSG. I should be back 
> on 14 May (jet lagged but functional within a day or two). I'll attend 
> any meeting if at all possible.
>
> Perhaps we can start working on getting control of our web site? 
> Billy, you still own the domain name, yes?
>
> Cheers
> David
>
>
>
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