[TOS] sponsoring stuff (was Re: LinuxCon Education Summit: Schedule Announced)

Jeff Osier-Mixon jefro at jefro.net
Sat Jul 31 00:57:44 UTC 2010

We have 25 confirmed (figure from Linux Foundation), which sounds to me like
there will be 30-40 attendees.

It turns out the hotel does not allow lunch to be brought in, though we
could sponsor a walking trip to a nearby restaurant.  At $20/head or so,
that could be up to $800.

T-shirts... I'd love to do some, but we don't have sizes and it would be
tough to get them at this point, as we don't have addresses or names for the
attendees, only a number indicated by a Linux Foundation poll.  On the other
hand, we could do a run of 100 or so from zazzle or similar with a standard
spread (bell curve centering on XL) and the rest could be used for future
POSSE events.  I have no idea what the turnaround would be, but could

Sorry, it was me who dropped the ball on these - I had the idea before OSCON
but failed to mention it or do anything about it.  I would honestly rather
see that money spent on sponsorship to get a few more heads in the room, but
so far no one is knocking on our door begging for that.

(shadowman = the little redhat guy?)

2010/7/30 Karsten Wade <kwade at redhat.com>

> On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 06:09:45PM +0200, Sebastian Dziallas wrote:
> > We would also like to provide the attendees of the Education
> > Summit with t-shirts / lunch. If you or your company would be
> > interested in sponsoring that, please email me as soon as possible.
> Note: intentionally sent to list :)
> Sebastian,
> How much time is there left to do that?  Lunch I can see as being
> doable on short notice, but t-shirts?  How many people are signed up
> to attend?
> Sorry that we missed that this was a need out there.  I think our team
> budget has line items for things like this, and I was pondering a
> TeachingOpenSource.org + Red Hat sponsorship.  TOS is the community of
> practice that the summit comes from (if that sounds OK with you all),
> so, yeah, it would be really cool to see some shirts with the TOS logo
> up there and a little Shadowman hanging out nearby-ish.
> - Karsten
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