[Lab] GIMP Seminar (Fwd: [OCLUG-Tech] Leavitt Memorial Seminar planning (for June 25))
andrew at plumb.org
Mon Jun 13 15:59:35 EDT 2011
Forwarding on in case someone on the list is interested in attending.
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> From: "Prof. John C Nash" <nashjc at uottawa.ca>
> Date: June 13, 2011 11:00:17 AM EDT
> To: linux <linux at lists.oclug.on.ca>
> Subject: [OCLUG-Tech] Leavitt Memorial Seminar planning (for June 25)
> Reply-To: nashjc at uottawa.ca
> Some items we need to sort out for the upcoming seminar:
> 1) projector. The Library does not have one. Apparently there is a screen (Mike K will
> check, but if anyone has experience of the Emerald Plaza facilities, do let us know), but
> no projector.
> At the OCLUG meeting, Aaron suggested he may be able to borrow one, but we should ensure
> we have a backup. Does anyone have a) access to projector we could use or b) knowledge of
> suitable rentals?
> 2) publicity. Please send me and copy board with suggestions of email lists where we can
> publicise the event.
> For info, the current blurb is copied below.
> Note that there are approx 40 seats at the venue.
> Saturday, June 25, 2011
> Emerald Plaza Library
> 1547 Merivale Road, Ottawa
> 10:00 am. - 2:00 pm
> Inaugural Randal Leavitt Memorial Seminar
> GIMP - free/libre image manipulation software
> Why spend big bucks on Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro? The GIMP runs on Windows, Mac and
> Linux. Gary Jones, Ottawa photographer and digital image specialist, will present a
> hands-on introduction to GIMP. Bring your laptop and follow the presentation. Find
> information and software at
> The Leavitt Memorial Seminars are an activity of the Ottawa Canada Linux Users Group to
> promote interest in and understanding of free/libre and open-source software. They are
> named in honour of the late Randal Leavitt, who was a founder and early President of OCLUG.
> There is no charge for this event.
> More information from info at oclug.on.ca
> Linux mailing list
> Linux at lists.oclug.on.ca
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