Good morning, (just some unsorted points, which might be interessting for the linux@work in other cities) - We were not allowed to pin or cleave Posters on the walls. Beeing distracted by the LT, we missed to ask for a kind of stand for our posters. Alltgough we finally got one in the morning, it took a lot of time to get it. - I brought some of the "Morons!"-T-Shirst from the LT, but we were unable to sell them. As mentioned before, it is an business congress, so the few geekish folk, that appeared, fled very soon. - We were the only booth from a Linux distribution, so we needed to handle the question from Debian interessted AND the request from people, who barely know, what Linux. Allthough we were 3, we were very busy handling all the questions. Keep in mind, that most people will come in the pauses between the notes. - The "booth" was very small, we had only one table, which could care two notebooks and some flyers. - I can't say how much visitors we had. I think nearly every visitor got an LT CD and Michael took 1/3 of his box of CD's back. And If I remember correct, a box contained 125 CD's, so realy raw guess would be about 85 Visitors. Hmmm, coming nearly direct from LT that sounds quite small. Chris, Michael: Feel free to correct me. - Did I mention, that food and drink was for free? One final point: They handed out some advertissment for the LinuxWorld Expo in Frankfurt at the end of october. As Michael Meskes told me, Debian could get a booth, and I'm willing to help, but I will spend much time in september and october for the orientation week for our new students, so I would be pleased, if we could plan it early. Thanks to Chris Hall, for arriving at the booth out of the blue. I think your german is realy better than my english. -- cu Alex -- PGP key on demand, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org with subject "get pgp-key"
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