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Re: DebConf 2 post-mortem

On Wed, 10 Jul 2002 14:12, Ryan M. Golbeck wrote:
> Russell Coker <russell@coker.com.au> writes:
> > I suggest that a requirement be that the talks involve Debian in some way
> > (could just be a Debian spin on a talk that is not Debian specific) and
> > that all talks are specific to Linux/Hurd/BSD (the Debian OSs).  Also the
> > entry requirements for a BSD talk should be higher than that for a Linux
> > or Hurd talk because the vast majority of BSD users won't use Debian/BSD
> > and therefore it needs to be even more relevant.
> Maybe that should be extented to Debian and Free Software talks.  I
> think Henrique's talk on saturday about Brazil and Free Software was
> very good but was not directly associated with Debian.  I think it
> would still be useful to have these sorts of talks.

Good point.  Perhaps we should make it that any talk that fits better at a 
Debian conference than other conferences should be allowed in.

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