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''Note:'' As I '''usually''' only send out i386 install DVDs, I don't put "i386 DVD" in the Type column. So, whenever you see ''i386'' in the table, it usually means an install DVD.
 
''Note:'' As I '''usually''' only send out i386 install DVDs, I don't put "i386 DVD" in the Type column. So, whenever you see ''i386'' in the table, it usually means an install DVD.
  
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! Name !! Country !! Media Type !! Sent !! Delivery Confirmation !! Ticket Number
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|| Mark || United Kingdom || i386 || ''Pending'' || ''Pending'' || #4301
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|| Steven Godbold || United Kingdom || i386 || ''Pending'' || ''Pending'' || #4265
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= April 2010 =
  

Revision as of 12:14, 3 May 2010

Notes

I have decided to keep a log of where I send FreeMedia each month, purely for my own interest!

I also log any comments received, so I can better my service.

This is based upon Neville A. Cross' Table, which is available to see here - I have modified the original design so that it does what I want.

I try to send media to places near me first (UK & France), as this keeps overall costs down. I then send to the EU, then the US and Canada. I have decided not to send any media to Africa, China or Latin America as it's quite expensive, there are some heavy customs restrictions and there is already a wide FreeMedia Contributor base there.

NOTE: I do occasionally send media to India, as it helps alleviate the problems with too many tickets there.
However, I try to cover the above first, as India is fairly expensive to send to

You may notice a long distance between the month that the ticket is from, and the actual posting date - This is because I only go to the post office when I have enough Media to send out, and also when I am financially capable. This also extends to how much media I send per month.

Note: As I usually only send out i386 install DVDs, I don't put "i386 DVD" in the Type column. So, whenever you see i386 in the table, it usually means an install DVD.

= May 2010

Release: F12

Name Country Media Type Sent Delivery Confirmation Ticket Number
Mark United Kingdom i386 Pending Pending #4301
Steven Godbold United Kingdom i386 Pending Pending #4265

April 2010

Release: F12

Name Country Media Type Sent Delivery Confirmation Ticket Number
Darryl Canada i386 16 Apr 2010 Apr 2010 #3399
V Kovurri United Kingdom i386 16 Apr 2010 Pending #4114
Rob Macaulay United Kingdom i386 16 Apr 2010 Pending #4174
Mustafa United Kingdom i386 16 Apr 2010 Pending #4184

March 2010

Release: F12

Name Country Media Type Sent Delivery Confirmation Ticket Number
Alexey Morin Russia i386 5 Mar 2010 Pending #3549
Biger France i386 8 Mar 2010 Pending #3656
Dario Santic Bosnia-Herzegovnia i386 8 Mar 2010 Pending #3670
Keith Blackham United Kingdom i386 8 Mar 2010 Mar 2010 #3704
Hokman Cheung United Kingdom i386 8 Mar 2010 Pending #3808
Craig Harford United Kingdom i386 8 Mar 2010 Pending #3862
Pankaj Biswas Northern Ireland (U.K.) i386 16 Mar 2010 Pending No Ticket (via email)

February 2010

Release: F12

Name Country Media Type Sent Delivery Confirmation Ticket Number
Victor Moskvin Russia i386 17 Feb 2010 Mar 2010 #3456
Ahtyam Taishev Russia i386 18 Feb 2010 None #3473
Darryl Canada i386 RETURNED TO SENDER N/A #3399 - (See April 2010)
Jer Le United Kingdom i386 5 Mar 2010 Mar 2010 #3310

December 2009

Release: F12

Name Country Media Type Sent Delivery Confirmation Ticket Number
Pankaj Arora France i386 7 Dec 2009 Jan 2010 #2715
Jeremy Goyette Canada i386 12 Dec 2009 Jan 2010 #2808
Elijah Hendrickson United States i386 12 Dec 2009 Jan 2010 #2818
Mike Withane United States i386 21 Dec 2009 None #2836