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Sorry for the new thread, but i had problems signing up here, so i dont
have the old messages. But i can read Archives :) so here are my 2¢ :)

> 1. Do we want to have a booth?

> 1.1 What do we want to demonstrate? 

One Idea: Have one (or more) Systems their and show the Install of
Debian. Let the User install Debian and give help, so they can walk
through a complete Setup of Debian and if they have Problems they can
ask for help. So they can go home with a little knowledge about the

> 1.3 Who will be around?

I think about. Just have to find a cheap place to sleep. I can be one
of the Guys on the booth (I dont think i can give a talk, not good
enough for that :) )

> 1.4 What kind of hardware will be required? 

I can offer at least 2 i386 Systems. Both are slow P166 with 96MB
Ram. But i only have one Monitor. And the Monitor is only 90% ok. :)
But i dont have a car so im looking for one who drives to the LT and
can take me and my Hardware. Im located in Fulda/Hessen/Germany.

One of them can be for Russel Coker: 
>If someone else can provide the hardware then I'd like to demonstrate SE
>I'll setup a box with a root password of "1234" and let people try and crack
>it. ;)

Tell me what you need on it. Or if you need Access to it before LT. I
can setup a basic System and then give you full access to it todo
whatever you need if you want to have it up and running before LT.

If i have a little luck i can get another AMD 450 to run. But im not
sure if this old thing is working correct. I switched away from it
because i had problems with it, if i remember correct. But i have two
AMD450 CPU here, so i try it the next days.

With more luck i grab the Notebook from one of my friends, so we can
show it runs perfect on Notebooks too. But that has a chance of only
5-10% :)

>3. Who will be responsible for the Debian presence?
>That's usually my part, but since I'm organizing LinuxTag already,
>I will probably not have enough time to organize the Debian
>presence entirely as well. Hence, there is need for at least one
>assistant, or one person who maintains it on his own entirely.
>Anyway, this person needs to communicate with me closely. 

Oh, i would like to help you, but i have no experience with it... :)

BTW: Im very interested in woody T-Shirts, too. :)

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