> Actually, I spoke with JD last night and we liked the idea of stickers
> that have the url on them. I would expect most people attending are
> tech savvy and even if they could give a rat's about the
> sustainability (hey, they might) they're probably more interested in
> getting their needs from the web vs crap that sits around. Though
> everything mankind does involves the environment, the products that
> can be made from recycled goods and/or can be recycled is obviously ideal.
> Hey Robert - I understand you're involved in an open source show that
> is to be held in Atlanta. Atlanta is like 5 hours from us, we'd like
> to participate, what's involved?
I might be interested in this show as well...what gives Robert? :-)
> Robert Treat wrote:
>> On Wednesday 10 September 2008 19:18:06 Josh Berkus wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 10 September 2008 14:56, Melanie wrote:
>>>> This saves me from putting out a request for this stuff later. Andrew
>>>> wants to give out CD's with Postgres on it, thoughts where I might
>>>> arrange to get those?
>>> Well, we didn't print any on the West Coast because we've become concerned
>>> about environmental issues. We did get USB keys for "special
>>> people" (they cost $9 each to buy) which could be used for handing out
>>> images, but not to every attendee.
>> Yeah, you don't want to do that at OHLF, the audience is far too varied. I
>> could see CD's though, especially with the postive feedback that's been
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