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Re: Invitation to the Oldenburg Linux Developers Meeting

Uhm.. perhaps we should request the listmasters to do something with
debian-ports, so that we don't recieve off-topic messages like this one.

  - Create debian-cpu-ports and debian-kernel-ports, then deprecate

  - Create debian-kernel-ports, then re-define debian-ports as only for cpu

What do you people think?

On Mon, Sep 05, 2005 at 11:36:17PM +0200, Martin Schulze wrote:
> Dear developers,
> there will be another Linux developers meeting taking place in
> Oldenburg at the last weekend in September this year.  Like last year,
> we will be able to start on Wednesday and work until Sunday.  So
> diligent people can work up to four days in Oldenburg.
> Executive summary:
> URL:   http://meeting.ffis.de/Oldenburg2005/
> What:  Oldenburg Linux Developers Meeting #A
> Who:   Every developer interested in Linux on non-i386 platforms
>        Every developer interested in developing the debian-installer
>        Every developer interested in Debian-Java
> When:  September, 21st to 25th (Wednesday noon to Sunday afternoon)
> Where: University of Oldenburg, science building in Oldenburg Wechloy
> Orga:  ffis e.V., Martin 'Joey' Schulze
> Bonus: Regular rooms again, at least partially
> The goal of this developers meeting is to provide developers a means
> to work in common on the non-i386 Linux ports and related topics and
> to further the exchange of ideas and discussion about these ports.
> However, Debian developers and Debian Java people have asked whether
> they can piggy-back a meeting at the same location as well.
> We will have dedicated working and sleeping rooms in the university.
> We are allowed to use the shower facility of the sports department
> nearby where we can sleep as well this year.
> We will have dinner together in a restaurant in the evening.  I'll put
> a plan will be on the web soon.  If you prefer to stay at the
> university and not go out having a dinner, please let me know in time
> as this affects restaurant space requirements.
> We will have a never-ending breakfast in one of the working rooms.
> I'll get rolls each morning and try to ensure that there will be
> enough butter, cheese, sausages, jam, Nutella and stuff.  I will also
> take care of non-alcoholic fluids.
> Beside machines, equipment and documentation you'll need to take with
> you a sleeping bag, maybe a camping mat or cot, towels, shower stuff,
> personal toilett accessories, maybe medicine, clothes.  A mug, plate
> and cutlery are optional but helpful.  Don't forget enough power
> chords, extenders and network cables.
> You'll find routing information on the website mentioned above.
> If you would like to attend the meeting, please send back the
> following form, so that I can calculate space, power and food.
> ----8<--------8<--------8<--------8<--------8<--------8<--------8<----
> Name ................:
> Date of arrival .....: ( ) Wednesday, Sep, 21st
>                        ( ) Thursday, Sep, 22nd
>                        ( ) Friday, Sep, 23rd 
>                        ( ) Saturday, Sep, 24th
> Date of departure ...: ( ) Friday, Sep. 23rd
>                        ( ) Saturday, Sep. 24th
>                        ( ) Sunday, Sep. 25th
> ___ usable seats in my car, once arrived (only if you come by car)
> (four usable seets --> one driver, three guests)
> Special requirements for food: ______________________
> (Vegetarian should be covered with 10% of all, vegan people will need
> special attention)
> ----8<--------8<--------8<--------8<--------8<--------8<--------8<----
> If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask me.
> Kind regards,
> 	Joey
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Robert Millan

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