openSUSE 11.4 Release Party

March 14th, 2011 by sshaw Leave a reply »

We are planning a community release party this coming Thursday, March 17, 2011 to celebrate the 11.4 release.  We are planning on having some media and usb thumb drives for anyone that would like to install 11.4.

This time we are changing the location a little.  We are still having the party on Novell’s Provo campus, but in one of the executive briefing rooms building H which is the tall south most building.

Everyone is welcome.  If you are planning on coming please let us know by sending me an email sshaw ]at[ decriptor ]dot[ com.  We are hoping to have food and swag to give away.

Details:

March 17, 2011

6:30 to 8:00 pm

Executive Briefing Center, Building H

Novell Provo Campus

 

Here is the poster we threw together.  The artwork was provided by someone in the community and the poster was put together by my awesome wife.

 

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  • http://connectedwell.com Robert Merrill

    Get your g33k on. openSUSE 11.4 Release Party ((SWAG)) at Novell Provo Campus Thurs eve this week.

  • Yahoo

    uhm you are about week late..

  • Anonymous

    Sure its already released, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t still celebrate it. Better late than never :)

  • Aia Myohme

    Is it possible to set a map for those that are not familiar with the area at all?

  • Anonymous

    I’m doing a horrible job of figuring this map thing out. I’m hoping this link is ok, http://bit.ly/i1kHLQ

  • http://connectedwell.com Robert Merrill

    Finding Novell is easy. We are located just of I-15 at the South end of Provo in Utah County. Our buildings are easily recognizable as our “H” building is clearly the tallest and most unique building in the area. Building H is the tallest and Southern-most building on our campus. Visitor Parking is just across and to the East of the South Lobby doors.

    Novell
    1800 Novell Pl,
    Provo, UT 84606
    (801) 861-7000

    For directions, click http://bit.ly/bR6NWW and choose “directions” under the Novell label on the left. Enter your starting point and submit.

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