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    Default Where to get marketing materials for presentations?

    Hi all,

    I will be doing a presentation of openSUSE at the Phoenix Linux Users Group also trying to present at the ABLE conference for 2010 which s a business-oriented Free Software conference.

    Thanks in advance,

    Chuck

    PS: Also, anyone know a contact at Novell to get a SLED/SLES presentation set up?
    Last year at the ABLE conference they had a representative from Red Hat discussing the latest from them.

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    Default Re: Where to get marketing materials for presentations?

    On Wed, 17 Feb 2010 19:16:02 +0000, ChuckDiesel wrote:

    > Hi all,
    >
    > I will be doing a presentation of openSUSE at the Phoenix Linux Users
    > Group also trying to present at the ABLE conference for 2010 which s a
    > business-oriented Free Software conference.


    What sort of marketing materials?

    > PS: Also, anyone know a contact at Novell to get a SLED/SLES
    > presentation set up?
    > Last year at the ABLE conference they had a representative from Red Hat
    > discussing the latest from them.


    Let me ping one of the product team and point them at this thread.

    Thanks!

    Jim

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    Default Re: Where to get marketing materials for presentations?

    It could be worth contacting Joe Brockmeier openSUSE Community Manager. On this forum he is jbrockmeier. You could send him a PM or maybe get other contact details from his public profile. I would think he's given a few presentations about openSUSE to user groups.

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    On Thu, 18 Feb 2010 20:26:02 +0000, consused wrote:

    > It could be worth contacting Joe Brockmeier openSUSE Community Manager.


    Actually, Joe has moved on to other things - there was an announcement a
    couple weeks ago. That job involved a lot of travel, which can be
    difficult to do if you've got family waiting at home for you.

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    That's a pity, perhaps not for Joe.This is my first week back here for a while. Jim, Thanks for the update.

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    On Fri, 19 Feb 2010 01:46:01 +0000, consused wrote:

    > That's a pity, perhaps not for Joe.This is my first week back here for a
    > while. Jim, Thanks for the update.


    No problem - it was a bit of a shock for many of us, I think. Having
    done the traveling lifestyle, though, I know how stressful it can be to
    be away from home so much.

    Jim

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    Default Re: Where to get marketing materials for presentations?

    On Wed, 17 Feb 2010 19:16:02 +0000, ChuckDiesel wrote:

    > Hi all,
    >
    > I will be doing a presentation of openSUSE at the Phoenix Linux Users
    > Group also trying to present at the ABLE conference for 2010 which s a
    > business-oriented Free Software conference.
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    >
    > Chuck
    >
    > PS: Also, anyone know a contact at Novell to get a SLED/SLES
    > presentation set up?
    > Last year at the ABLE conference they had a representative from Red Hat
    > discussing the latest from them.


    Drop me a PM with your e-mail address; I asked around inside Novell and
    had a couple of SLE presentations sent to me that you might find useful.
    You might also look into the "openSUSE Ambassadors" program - I'll let
    you know what information I receive on that as well.

    Jim

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