Re: DebConf 2 post-mortem
On Wed, 10 Jul 2002, Simon Law wrote:
> I think that having meetings during the summer in Canada has
> many advantages, including slightly cooler weather. Plus, the political
> climate in the U.S. is still too unstable for my liking. I'll go down
> there when people in high places start calming down a bit.
We just had debconf in a city that had a mass public work stoppage with
garbage piling up in the streets all over the city. We just had the
conference in a city covered completely by wild fire smoke. We just had
debconf in a country that has over twice as many soldiers per capita
fighting than the US.
None of these stopped me from going to Toronto. I would hope people
would similarly be objective when choosing the next city should it be
decided to be in North America.
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