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LinuxTag 2003-Info

LinuxTag 2003 is starting very soon...

LinuxTag 2003
July 10th - 13th, 2003
Karlsruhe, Germany

If your`re listed here you got your login:


Members of project Debian:

Ahmet Akilli <akilli at ug.bilkent.edu.tr>
Alexander Schmehl <schmehl at informatik.uni-frankfurt.de>
Alexander Wirt <formorer at formorer.de>
Andreas Müller <amu at tr.debian.net>
Andreas Tille <tillea at rki.de>
Arne Wichmann <aw at linux.de>
Ayman Negm <a.negm at hamburg.de>
Daniel K. Gebhart <dkg at con-fuse.org>
Benjamin Mako Hill <mako@debian.org>
Christian Hammers <ch@debian.org>
Christian Weerts <christian@familie-weerts.de>
Christoph Siess <chs@geekhost.info>
Federico Hernandez <federico@carmen.se>
Daniel Kasten
Eduard Bloch
<blade at debian.org>

Fabio Massimo Di Nitto <fabbione at fabbione.net>
Gergely Nagy <algernon at debian.org>
Hauke Goos-Habermann <hhabermann@pc-kiel.de>
Jan-Hendrik Palic <palic at billgotchy.de>
Joerg Wendland <joergland at debian.org>
Jörg Jaspert <joerg at debian.org>
Martin Loschwitz <madkiss at madkiss.org>
Martin Michlmayr <tbm at cyrius.com>
Martin Schulze <joey at infodrom.org>
Michael Banck <mbanck at debian.org>
Michael Bramer <grisu at debian.org>
Michael Meskes <meskes at debian.org>
Michael Vogt <mvo@debian.org>
Nicolas Kratz <nick@janasfam.de>
Noel Koethe <noel at debian.org>
Peter Palfrader <weasel@debian.org>
Ozan Turksever <ozan at goldnet.com.tr>
Rene Engelhard <rene at debian.org>
Roland Rosenfeld <roland@debian.org>
Simon Richter <sjr at debian.org>
Sven Luther <sven.luther@wanadoo.fr>
Sven Hoexter <sven at stormbind.net>
Thomas Lange <lange@informatik.Uni-Koeln.DE>

Sleeping Space:
It is possible to stay at the gym hall named AKK with other project members during the nights if you don't want to go into a hotel. Please mark your entry in the projects interface if you want to stay there, so that we can calculate. Please use AKK for the name of the sleeping place if you want to stay in the gym hall. It is not yet clear how much breakfast will cost, but it's probably something like 1-3 € per day.

url: http://www.infodrom.org/LinuxTag/nili.php3

Just like last year we have the opportunity to use two workshop rooms that offer space for about 50 people. If you want to give a talk for organize a Birds of a Feather session, just drop joey a line and he'll reserve the room for you. At the moment, these rooms don't have a beamer yet.

url: http://www.infodrom.org/Debian/events/LinuxTag2003/workshops.php3

Hardware :
Alexander W. : HUB, a NetworkCard and some cables.
Arne W. : beamer, sparc, i386, 3 TFT
Noel K. : webcam
Roland R. : alpha
Joerg W. : 2* i386, kable, switch
Andreas M.: Sony PS2
Gergely N.: mac68k

There are 3 i386, 1 Alpha, 1 Sparc, 1 mac, 1 PS2

The plan looks like this, 3 persons for 2h, 1 person stay ready upon request. At Saturday and
Sunday ( many people expected ) we run with 4 and 1 ready for request.
Booth Personal wear a free debian-shirt with a name plate, somebody is able to print them ?

Please resend to me


setup booth Wed. 7- 22 < >

TH 9-11 < >
11-13 < >
13-15 < >
15-18 < >

FR 9-11 < >
11-13 < >
13-15 < >
15-18 < >
SA 9-11 < >
11-13 < >
13-15 < >
15-18 < >
SU 9-11 < >
11-13 < >
13-16 < >
booth degration
17-18 < >


Lift to LinuxTag:

Coding Marathon:

at LinuxTag 2003 in Karslruhe/Germany there will - of course - be a
keysigning party. It will probably be on Saturday, July 12th, in the

For this to be efficient we will use Len Sassaman's Efficient Group Key
Signing Method[0]:

You have to send in your key to ksp-lt2k3@palfrader.org by Saturday, July
5th, 2003. I will then prepare a text file containing the necessary key
information which you will have to download. Compute the MD5 hash of
that file and bring a printout together with the MD5 hash to the
keysigning party.

For more details see


KALUG-Party: Saturday

Social Event: Friday

How to Get There
LinuxTag will be held in the Convention Center (in German: Kongress- und Messezentrum Karlsruhe, or KMK) in central Karlsruhe. Please note that Karlsruhe has a number of other trade fair venues! Ignore the many signs in and around Karlsruhe pointing the way to the "Neue Messe" (new fairgrounds) on the outskirts of the city. To get to LinuxTag, follow the signs for "Kongresszentrum" or "Stadthalle". The venue is located at the fairgrounds ("Festplatz") at the north end of the city park ("Stadtgarten").

The talks will be held in the auditoriums located in the "Stadthalle" building. The exhibition will take place in the "Gartenhalle" on the opposite side of the grounds.

Lageplan: http://www.infodrom.org/Debian/events/LinuxTag2002/lageplan.html
Anreise: http://www.linuxtag.org/2003/de/expo/booking.html

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask me

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