A happy chinny ending…

June 15, 2007 at 8:56 am (lugradio)

In a recent fortuitous turn of events, the Chinny Raccoon has been brought back to his usual lodging; chin.lugradio.org – also making appearances for the fans at mychin.org

Although no one has publicly taken credit for this so far, it is likely that Jono Bacon was the good samaritan able to talk the raccoon into coming back home. This truely is great news, and now it is looking quite likely that the Chinny Raccoon will once again be able to make some kind of appearence as the mascot of LugRadio at the The Lighthouse, Fryer Street, Wolverhampton, UK this year on the 7th and 8th of July for this years LugRadio Live!

There’s not much more to say at this point other than, good luck Chinny Raccoon – we’re truly glad to see you back, and everyone – go to LugRadio Live this year! It’s gonna rock like never before!

Gonna rock out at LugRadio live image.

And for those who are interested, I’ll be there – of course. And furthermore, I should be leading an Art Contribution BOF – where people who are interested in contributing art to the open source / Free software community can come along and talk to developers about doing this. Any questions that you’ve wanted to ask, anything you’re unsure of – this is your chance, and the same goes for developers too. It’s open to all and I hope people will find it useful. Any questions or suggestions about this, feel free to contact me at cbhworld (AT) gmail (DOT) com

Enough said, go there if you can! (and never attempt to listen to LugRadio alone: http://www.lugradio.org/listenalone/)

Chris Hayes / cbhworld


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