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hpr1371 :: The Lost Banner of HPR

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Hosted by pokey on 2013-11-04 and released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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Pokey - Patrick Dailey (pdailey03 @@ gmail-dot-com) David Whitman davidWHITMAN (davidglennwhitman @@ gmail-dot-com)

The HPR Booth Banner is LOST! Shipped to wrong address and 'POOF' its gone! What should we do in the future? Buy 2 replacement banners or extra frames What about something doing something else?

Pokey saw a really lightweight banner in a bank -

Equipment that is nice to have to do a Linux Feast (Pokey has done 3 HPR Tables at Linux Fests -David has done tables two years at Linux Fest Northwest)

  1. Backdrop
  2. Table Cloth
  3. Stickers and other swag to hand out
  4. A H1 Zoom or other recording device

David owes a Coffee Mug design to the HPR Community - Richard Q did some graphics and David is lazy or busy and has not got it done.

Stickers available at 123stickers.com

Business Cards moo.com HPR Nosy Guy HPR Ovals Pictures from Picture Prints (easy to do and cheap!) Tee Shirts Green HPR Round Sticker HPR Mini Bumper Sticker Buttons (Old School and no longer available) Do Your Own art work

QRCode book of all episodes 23:50

HPR has had no table at SCALE

David wants to add Sonar to the table content

Banner Defined - The one Pokeys Mom made is still not lost

There should be a PDF with these show notes that has a shitty logo page so you can see some stickers that can be ordered. The stickers are very good quality as are the T-shirts. Richard Querin and others have done the artwork.

http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps/hpr1371.pdf

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Comment #1 posted on 2013-12-01T02:58:44Z by Epicanis

I realize it's a typo, but I like it...

"Equipment that is nice to have to do a Linux Feast"

Actually, a "Linux Feast" sounds pretty dang appealing.

Perhaps at NELF2014, instead of a loud boozy "after-party" we could have a proper feast.
(Do we have enough food-competent geeks and/or nerds going to NELF2014 that we could put on an OPEN-SOURCE feast?)

Comment #2 posted on 2014-02-19T01:30:29Z by pokey

linux feast

well, I can make eggs...

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