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Re: Debian Day @ LinuxTag 2003


On Sun, May 25, 2003 at 07:17:21PM +0200, Martin Schulze wrote:
> Alexander Reelsen wrote:
> > > We have been offered nine talks by seven people for the Debian Day.
> > > There have been very little requests for topics though, hence, I
> > > wonder if people are interested in a one day mini Debian conference
> > > during LinuxTag at all.
> > I, as a visitor, am very interested in Debian Day (I just don't have some
> > topic to talk about) and will for sure attend it. Another idea would be to
> Do you have some topics you would like to hear about instead?
- Opinions/Experiences with Debian splitoffs (that TrustedDebian for
  example or commercial distributions), contact to developers of such
  projects, possibility/problems of upstream integration into main debian
- Debian in embedded environments
- Problems of the Debian Project out of the developers point of view
  (hopefully this is not too much covered in "State of the nation" ;-)

I will post more ideas, if I get them... :)

> Well, it is no problem not to maintain the workshop like a classic
> talk but more like a discussion with the others.  The only thing, the
> moderator (or speaker) needs to take care about is that the audience
> has to be able to physically understand what somebody else is saying
> (i.e. by forcing people to stand up, speak from the front, having s/o
> to repeat etc.).
Right. Depends on the quantity of audience as well as the size of the

> However, I believe that it is useful to prepare a short intro and
> maybe two questions for the audience to start the discussion, but
> that's it.  So, no objection at all.
Yepp. And enough controversial statements to always keep the discussion
"on fire"...

MfG/Regards, Alexander

Alexander Reelsen   http://tretmine.org

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