Re: debian conference vs linuxtag
Andreas Schuldei wrote:
> I was just trying to put together my vocation plans for the new years, and I
> braced myself to have to take two weeks - one for linuxtag (5.7-8.7) and one
> for the debian conference (4.7-9.7) - when I noticed that they were colliding
> full with full force.
> This is allmost tragic, since the linuxtag has become an event of high esteem,
> quality and visibility throughout the world. And last year there was a big
> debian booth with 20+ developers there.
> Could you try to coordinate that better next year? This kind of competition is
> nothing the free software world really needs.
> Now that the events are an 'either - or' decision, I wonder how developers are
> going to distribute themsefes? I would be interested in YOUR ^plans.
The only thing that one could use as advantage is that you only need
one vacation to get both events, i.e. go to the DebCon for the first
couple of days then to LT for the next couple of days
PS: It can become worse btw...
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