[bsdcan-volunteers] Oracle BSDCan 2014 volunteering and support from the CSSA-AÉi & uO.CSClub
dan at langille.org
Mon Apr 14 13:53:23 UTC 2014
Just in case: The Oracle label was a April Fools joke.
On 2014-04-13 12:01 AM, Murphy Scott wrote:
> I think you just volunteered. There are a number of things that we
> need volunteers to do.
> * Getting the registration packages filled and ready to go
> * Getting power strips laid out in the rooms in the morning and
> collecting them at the end of the day
> * Handing out/managing the lunches
> * Carrying stuff between the prep area and the pub for registration
> * Helping get the room prepped for the BSD certification beta
> * Take pictures during the conference and make them available
> * Other items that I can’t remember off the top
Those all need to be done for sure.
Other things that are good to do:
* put up signs for directions to the venue (just print BSDCan and then
write an arrow with a sharpie): people are new to campus and don't know
where to go
* collect slides from each speaker and upload them to papers.bsdcan.org
* collect CDs with audio and convert them to MP3; upload them
These are all great things to help with. You'll be meeting people
you've only read about before.
> As for publicity, Dan may have a better handle on that. I suspect that
> making sure that the clubs are aware would be a good start. I don’t
> think there is a poster that could be printed, but Dan could answer
> On Apr 12, 2014, at 8:15 PM, Andréas Kaytar-LeFrançois
> <akayt081 at uottawa.ca> wrote:
>> I'm inquiring about volunteering for the BSDCan this year, what
>> procedures are there to get involved? Who can I talk with?
>> I'm also wondering if somebody could point me to who's in charge of
>> publicity, as I'm a member of the University of Ottawa's Computer
>> Science Students Association and the uO.CSClub and could do some
>> publicity on/around campus to get some students involved.
>> _Andréas K.LeF._
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>> bsdcan-volunteers at lists.bsdcan.org
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