Re: Next Debconf (Was: trustworthy, seasoned developer, and Swedish)
* Martin Schulze
| Tollef Fog Heen wrote:
| > * Andreas Tille
| > | It would be nice id we find a decision soon. If you ask me
| > | Debconf 3 in Europe and
| > | Debconf 4 in America
| > What about .au and Asia?
| Folks, could you please stop all those "what about" bullshit and start
| to actually *work* on a debconf wherever you would like it to happen?
| "What about" does not buy us anything, instead it just feed the trolls
| that are around everywhere.
It was meant as a question if they wanted to take it up -- I think it
is polite to offer them the possibility and not grab the rug from
underneath their feet.
| Those who are intersted in running a DebConf (especially the people
| who run it before) should also think about implementing tools to
| maintain such a conference. For the Debian Party I've written a
| little bit that will maintain the registration for ur. It should
| be extended and ported to help debconf and run on a debian.org host
| as well.
Sounds great. Have you got an URL for this? A quick google search
didn't turn anything up.
| > either around July 1st or about July 20th should be fine, then?
| I don't know the date for the next LinuxTag yet (don't believe any
| you can currently see), but it'll take place in summer 2003.
The summer is long. :) It has been in June earlier, so until I hear
something else, I'll assume that it'll still be in June.
Tollef Fog Heen ,''`.
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are : :' :