[SFD-announce] Tell us about your SFD 2007 event!
robert at softwarefreedomday.org
Sun Sep 16 21:50:24 UTC 2007
Hi team leaders and other SFD enthusiasts,
I hope you all had a good Software Freedom Day, and managed to spread the
message. After months of navigating towards 15 September via my computer
screen and a few telephone calls, it felt really good to be out on the
street, talking to people and telling them about how software freedom
affects them. And we had a lovely sunny day in Cambridge too!
We'd like to hear about how your SFD 2007 event went, in particular with
* (approximately) how many members of the public were reached through your
* how many team members were involved in running your event - both
beforehand and on the day
* how many hours your event lasted
* how many Ubuntu CDs you handed out
Head over to http://cgi.softwarefreedomday.org/event_report.html and fill in
a few little pieces of information. You'll need to fill in the same email
address that you originally used to register your SFD team. Thanks for
taking the time to help us out with this - and don't forget that, aside from
the information we're looking for here, you're also welcome to write a bit
more about your event and post some photos on your team's wiki page.
By visiting our reporting page, you will also get the chance to let us have
any feedback regarding how you think SFD has gone, and what could be done to
make it even bigger and better next year.
Don't forget that there are also some "One Laptop Per Child" laptops
available to win in our competition  - so don't forget to gather any news
reports about your event and put together a good set of photos for us to
look at! More details about the competition will be in a later email.
Thanks to all the teams for making SFD 2007 the biggest yet!
Software Freedom International
 Note that information submitted for our reporting purposes will not used
in judging the competition.
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