Michael Bramer wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 28, 2002 at 04:52:06PM +0200, Thimo Neubauer wrote:
> > On Sun, Apr 28, 2002 at 12:15:49PM +0200, Martin Schulze wrote:
> > > > I think that the booth is mainly for those who don't know Debian yet
> > > > and/or aren't experienced enough to cope with simple problems. Of
> > > > course, we've got a whole lot of fans who just want to talk some
> > > > tech on LinuxTag. IMO it would be perfect if we got some place
> > > > (maybe a small room somewhere?) where could set up a coffee machine
> > > > and keep the professional discussions there. Some place where all
> > > > DDs can hang around if there are enough persons in the booth and
> > > > naturally this would be the place for the techie-visitor to ask
> > > > freaky questions. Opinions?
> > >
> > > Currently this will have to be moved to a foyer or something, since I
> > > don't believe that we can get another spare room. Also, there's a
> > > ~80m distance between the exhibition and rooms for talks and workshops.
> > Foyer would be perfect. We could place some kind of hand written
> > banner "Debian Zone" (anyone who has got some old linnen?), three
> > tables and a couple of chairs there. Add a coffee machine and the
> > tech-talk space is ready to go :)
> and IP-connection...
> to joey: can we really use a Foyer ?
I'm trying to discover that, but don't count on it. If it will be
possible, it's a bonus.
> - in the corner (in the ascii version: the white wall) was a door to
> the 'open project store room'
> - we had one (or two) demomoint
> - and some tables on the walls with 'some' computers...
> ( I don't really like this. Better we have some demopoints at the
> booth-gangway-line with one debian booth person per demopoint...)
> - IMHO the layout was like 3m x 6m (?)
Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.
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