[LT Infomail#8] Resumé - Debian
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- Subject: [LT Infomail#8] Resumé - Debian
- From: Martin Schulze <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 23:57:39 +0200 (CEST)
- Message-id: <20020613215739.34C22366ABC@luonnotar.infodrom.org>
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1. The show is over
LinuxTag 2002 is over and we're recovering a little bit before we
start working on LinuxTag 2003. I hope, you've enjoyed the show
and it was successful for your project and you've found your way
back home well. Thanks to all of you who made this event such an
important and interesting experience, every year again.
We are trying to improve the show every year. From my point of
view, we were able to improve the organisation with regard to last
year's LinuxTag, but there's still a lot of things left over that
we need to improve for next year's event.
If you want to tell us which parts of LinuxTag went well and
which parts didn't, please don't hesitate and drop me a line. I'll
include it into our after-event criticism document.
If you believe that we didn't distribute enough information or if
you believe that something was missing or well hidden, please check
it again and tell me how we can improve the situation. Are there
enough links from the LinuxTag site to the Infodrom site? If
not, what is missing or what kind of information is missing at one
place or another?
Several people have taken pictures digitally. If you would like to
have them added to the pictures page, please drop me a line.
Some people also offered server space in a Gallery album. If you
are interested in this, please drop me a line.
Since rented furniture is one of the most expensive things at an
exhibition, every piece of furniture that we don't have to rent,
helps us financially. The KDE team successfully built their own
computer tables, which looked wonderfu, even though they were built
in a simple manner. If you have a chance to build and transport
your own furniture, please do so and let me know before the
exhibition. Computer tables are extra expensive, so producing them
on your own would be a real help.
1. Lost Equipment
If you have lost something or if you found something that somebody
else may have lost, please drop me a line and I'll try to connect
the loser with the founder. Currently, there's only one keyboard
left over and a pullover missing.
There are rumors that www.linuxtag.org will be rebuilt again. If
you are interested in making this site more useful and have some
knowledge in Java, please check JERPA and drop us a mail if you
would like to participate in its development.
This year has shown that we don't have enough supporters on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Hence, if you would like to help
us, please drop me a line in time. For Thursday we need help with
the business congress, so a suit is mandatory (a tie isn't, btw.).
It may be too early for you to make a decision now, but you should
keep this in mind. A successful Business Congress helps us fund
LinuxTag and projects booths, hence, it is quite important that the
Business Congress is a successful part.
If you would like to participate in LinuxTag for a longer period,
you should probably consider subscribing to one of the following
mailing lists. Both are serverd by a Majordomo like interface, so
sending a mail to majordomo@host will result in a help document
sent back to you.
email@example.com - general development of LinuxTag
firstname.lastname@example.org - projects organisation and booths.
1. LTP Account
I'll probably deactivate your account on LTP soon, so I can
start development for the 2003 version of LTP, which will run on a
new database. If you would like to take part in LinuxTag 2003,
please drop me a line in December/January.
To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to email@example.com
with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org