[Hpr] We should come up with an idea to celebrate Ep1000

StankDawg stankdawg at stankdawg.com
Sat Jan 28 13:20:13 PST 2012


Shouldn't we celebrate episode 1024 instead?  ;)

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On Jan 28, 2012, at 2:14 PM, Fifty OneFifty <fiftyonefifty at linuxbasement.com> wrote:

> It appears we will be celebrating episode 1000 in about three months.  I think we should come up with some ideas on how to commemorate it.  I was thinking at the least, calling on all the hosts to record a "Congratulations HPR" message.  Do we want to consider something more ambitious, like another call in show?  I think it would be cool if we could have a panel that included hosts from the Bin Rev and Today With a Techie days and the first episodes of HPR.
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>   1. Northeast Linux Fest (Patrick Dailey)
>   2. Re: Northeast Linux Fest (Klaatu)
>   3. Re: Northeast Linux Fest (nybill)
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> Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 11:38:32 -0500
> From: Patrick Dailey <pdailey03 at gmail.com>
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> Subject: [Hpr] Northeast Linux Fest
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> I got the OK from my wife to attend the Northeast GNU/Linux Fest again this
> year, so unless anyone else wants the job, I'll volunteer to coordinate the
> HPR table. does anybody know where the tablecloth and the QR code books
> are? Ken, do the QR code books need to be reprinted? I think the episode
> numbers in the urls were only three digits last year but are four digits
> this year. If that's true then I'll just reprint the books, rather than
> asking someone to pay to ship them.
> 
> If anyone would like to volunteer to help out, please let me know so I can
> try to make you a t-shirt (or you can make it yourself if you prefer) just
> let me know what shirt size and color you want. Last year we just used
> black pocket T's, but there's no reason that we have to stick with that. If
> anyone is planning on purchasing stickers I'll be glad to chip in, but I
> can't afford to pay the lion's share of it like I did last year.
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> Thank You,
> Patrick Dailey
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> Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 11:54:22 -0500
> From: Klaatu <klaatu at straightedgelinux.com>
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> Subject: Re: [Hpr] Northeast Linux Fest
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> I have the booth kit still.  I am going to try to attend the NOrtheast Fest
> too so maybe I'll just bring it with.  But if this doesn't happen, I'll send
> to you.
> -klaatu
> 
> > I got the OK from my wife to attend the Northeast GNU/Linux Fest again this
> > year, so unless anyone else wants the job, I'll volunteer to coordinate the
> > HPR table. does anybody know where the tablecloth and the QR code books
> > are? Ken, do the QR code books need to be reprinted? I think the episode
> > numbers in the urls were only three digits last year but are four digits
> > this year. If that's true then I'll just reprint the books, rather than
> > asking someone to pay to ship them.
> >
> > If anyone would like to volunteer to help out, please let me know so I can
> > try to make you a t-shirt (or you can make it yourself if you prefer) just
> > let me know what shirt size and color you want. Last year we just used
> > black pocket T's, but there's no reason that we have to stick with that. If
> > anyone is planning on purchasing stickers I'll be glad to chip in, but I
> > can't afford to pay the lion's share of it like I did last year.
> - klaatu
> 
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> Message: 3
> Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 12:20:45 -0500
> From: nybill <nybill at gunmonkeynet.net>
> To: hpr at hackerpublicradio.org
> Subject: Re: [Hpr] Northeast Linux Fest
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> Ah cool! I'll be there Friday night-Sun morning. If you need a hand with
> the table I'll be happy to help.
> 
> You guys need to reprint stickers? If you do let me know, I'll chip in.
> 
> See you there,
> NYbill
> 
> On 01/25/2012 11:38 AM, Patrick Dailey wrote:
> > I got the OK from my wife to attend the Northeast GNU/Linux Fest again
> > this year, so unless anyone else wants the job, I'll volunteer to
> > coordinate the HPR table. does anybody know where the tablecloth and
> > the QR code books are? Ken, do the QR code books need to be reprinted?
> > I think the episode numbers in the urls were only three digits last
> > year but are four digits this year. If that's true then I'll just
> > reprint the books, rather than asking someone to pay to ship them.
> >
> > If anyone would like to volunteer to help out, please let me know so I
> > can try to make you a t-shirt (or you can make it yourself if you
> > prefer) just let me know what shirt size and color you want. Last year
> > we just used black pocket T's, but there's no reason that we have to
> > stick with that. If anyone is planning on purchasing stickers I'll be
> > glad to chip in, but I can't afford to pay the lion's share of it like
> > I did last year.
> >
> > --
> > Thank You,
> > Patrick Dailey
> >
> > Not sent from an iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Android or any other such
> > hipster device.
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