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Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2002 11:08:20 -0500 (EST)
From: David Sugar
Subject: Re: [hangout] WRDII: scope and planning
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What might be convenient then would be to organize a LW "van pool" to the
courthouse. This works well for politcal parties when they need to get
out the vote too :). That way, people also have no excuse with the
On Wed, 20 Nov 2002 akosmin-at-mrbrklyn.com wrote:
> Of course, we have no control over the amount of effort others chose to invest. I agree completley. However, I don't think that justifies making a conscious decision to limit the scope of the effort. Therefore I suggest that we concentrate on maximizing our efforts during the timeframe of LinuxWorld and simply invite the rest of the world to join in.
> Some thoughts:
> 1. I would like to declare Friday, Jan 24th as WRDII day. This date has been nominated by me due to the fact that it is the last day of the LW event. I believe we'd get more "bang for our buck" by promoting from the NYLXS booth upuntil the day of the event. On the day of the 24th, I (along with anyone who cares to join) will leave LW and make my way to the Court House where I (as well as others I hope) will file suit. Hopefully time will permit a return to LW to possibly report back on the progress made.
> 2. Leading up to the 24th, an effort should be made to solicit contact information of those that support the cause. I think it's up to us to decide how granular we get with the type of information collected. I'm just tossing it out for thought now.
> Adam Kosmin
> On Wed, Nov 20, 2002 at 09:00:30AM -0500, David Sugar wrote:
> > Rather than trying to do such a thing in many places nationally, I would
> > suggest doing such a thing in targetted small and specific geographies
> > where local organization is sufficient to make it work with considerable
> > impact. For example, if even 1000 people in Brooklyn alone decided the
> > same day they wanted their refund and filed a complaint, I think that
> > would have far more impact than 1100 scattered and diluted accross the
> > whole country.
> New Yorker Free Software Users Scene
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