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Re: DebConf7



On Thu, 16 Nov 2006 20:10:03 +0000
Wookey <wookey@aleph1.co.uk> wrote:
> On 2006-11-16 19:51 +0000, Neil Williams wrote:
> Are you volunteering to do the speaking, or would you prefer someone
> else to do that? (I don't mind being chief figurehead :-)

I don't mind presenting on topics of software - I'm completely lost
when it comes to the fine details of chipsets, CPU specifics and JTAGS.
I think it worked quite well at LinuxWorld Expo where we worked
together to answer the various enquiries. I certainly don't mind being
"second chair".

I'm still new to all this Debian malarkey.
:-)

> > Is this a pipedream? Is it realistic?
>
> It is (realistic) if we keep up the activity rate of the last few weeks.

Good. I am certainly able and willing to maintain that rate.

> > Specifically, what should we submit to DebConf regarding Emdebian?
>
> That is a tricky question. Essentially a roundup of current activity.
> I want to press the 'changes needed in debian' aspect, as well as
> covering/showing what we've got so far.

Then it sounds like we have a plan. I'll work on proving what we've
discussed so far, trying to implement the ideas already on the Wiki and
discussed on this list. That can then provide the detail that backs up
our requests for changes in Debian. I do feel we need to show our ideas
are workable and beneficial before the majority of DD's warm to the
needs of emdebian.

--

Neil Williams
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