The third InstallFest of 2007 will be held on August 11, 2007 from 10am to 5pm at Carnegie Mellon University, 1507 Newell-Simon Hall. An installfest is an interactive event where you bring your computer to either show off some neat aspect of Linux, or seek help about getting Linux running on your hardware.
Getting There and Parking
Please enter through the outside doors of NSH 1507. This is the easiest to let you in at and keeps the foot traffic through other parts of the building at an absolute minimum. If you have equipment to unload we should have people to help you. For information on parking locations and how to access the outside door please see this map or this page.
I'd like help with
If you're going to be installing a particular piece of software and would like help with it, put your name on this list.
- Your name here
I can help with
If you can help out with a particular piece of software that you think other people may be installing, put your name on this list.
- Mackenzie Morgan - Ubuntu in general, Beryl
- Your name here!
I'm going to show off
If you've got a particular setup, peripheral, or application that you're planning on showing off at the installfest, put your name on this list.
- Beth Lynn Eicher will be giving a demonstration of installing Ubuntu 7.04 "Feisty Fawn"
- Michael Hansell Installing Xubuntu on a Pentium 2 366mhz 128mb laptop
- Greg Akins Kubuntu as a deployment target for a Spring Web Flow application Iteration 0
- Your name here!
If you would like to volunteer to assist with this meeting, please add your name to one or more of the categories below.
- Host: Ted Rodgers
- Co-Host: Vance Kochenderfer
- Pizza: Greg Simkins
- Donuts: Greg Akins
- Setup: Bill Moran
- Clean Up: ???