Re: Looking for speakers for the First Debian Meeting
Hmm. I could talk about an (unapproved controversial) vision for the
future of opensource and Debian (which might be resulting in some more
Or just very conservatively on using Debian for Network Diagnostics (SNMP,
MON, diverse tools) and a certain opensource project at siteROCK involving
On Sat, 29 Apr 2000, Raphael Hertzog wrote:
> we're looking for speakers for the First Debian Meeting that will be held
> during the Libre Software Meeting  at Bordeaux (France) from the 5th to the
> 9th of July 2000.
> The speakers may benefit from a financial help if they can't afford the
> trip. Feel free to propose yourself for any subject that you think
> is worth a conference/a debate/a coding party between Debian
> developers and between the Debian community in general. Conferences will
> (of course) be in english.
> Some ideas :
> - non-interactive install with debconf (Joey?)
> - release goal for Debian woody (hopefully potato will be out at that
> - quality assurance issue
> - future of the boot floppies
> - package pools (=> presentation by anthony and a coding party to
> finish it ?)
> - Debian and its relation with the Free Software Community in general
> - Possible improvements of Debian wrt newbie
> We already have some sponsors to help us invite Debian developers, but
> we'll need much more, so if you're a potential sponsor who could put up
> the money for this kind of action, feel free to contact us.
> I've set a reply-to, please respect it. If you don't want to reply in
> public, please reply to Thierry Laronde <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> who is the main coordinator of the Debian related part of this event at
> the moment. You can however keep me in copy if you wish ..
> Thanks for your help !
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