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Linuxtag 2004: Boothplan


No, not the plan of people manning the booth, not now. This one is for
"What do we want to show at the booth?"

For now there are the simple things we always have:
- a beamer to show things to visitors (and to run bb)
- some (i386) pcs to show/do different things on. All with TFTs.

A thing we can do is to show the new d-i on the beamer, as we did the
last years with the boot-floppies installer. :)

The hardware for this is available. Including all network/powercable
stuff we may need. And a server with a Debian Mirror of sarge/sid (lets
hope we dont need woody in June :) ).

If you want to show different hardware like powerpc, mips, sparc,
whatever - mail me and i consider this. The final decision will be
taken after we got info from Joey how big our booth is, but we need to
tell him first what we want to do with it, so he can make it REALLY big
for us. :)

A bit of the booth will be our "Donation Area" where we sell T-Shirts
and maybe other things with a swirl or similar things on it. If you
have something to add here, you hopefully know what todo.

A thing already discussed a bit is "Sub-Projects". They are welcome as
long as we have the place for it. I think we do have.
They just need to fulfill a few requirements:

a. At least two people from that subproject should be responsible for
   it. One should always be at/near the booth, so if a visitor asks we
   dont need to answer with "Sorry, i dont know, nowhere here who knows
   it". If that happens (unfortunately it did in the last years) there
   is no need to show the things.
b. Have a sheet of facts ready 3 weeks before the Linuxtag
   starts. Print it out and bring it to the LT with all your other
   stuff, so you can give some away. But more important: Other people
   manning our booth can read that and answer visitors questions if you
   are busy, having at least basic knowledge of the thing.
c. "Declare" how much space you need so we can get Joey to give us even
   more booth space. :)

Here is a list of "subprojects" i know of today. Please fill out empty
fields or correct things im wrong with.

|Project  |Website   |People (should be 2 or more)   |Hardware?|Facts?|Comments|
|M23      |m23.sf.net|Daniel Kasten                  |Client,  |None  |        |
|         |          |<Danielkasten@web.de>          |Server,  |      |        |
|         |          |Hauke Goos-Habermann           |TFT      |      |        |
|         |          |<hhabermann@pc-kiel.de>        |         |      |        |
|Adamantix|          |Christian Ney                  |         |None  |        |
|         |          |<chris@roothell.org>           |         |      |        |
|FAI      |Pkg: fai  |Thomas Lange                   |TFT,     |None  |        |
|         |          |<lange@informatik.Uni-Koeln.DE>|Notebook,|      |        |
|         |          |                               |PC,      |      |        |
|         |          |                               |Poster A0|      |        |

Anything i missed?

bye Joerg
<mechanix> anyone from the MIA team around? tbm?
<Ganneff> sounds nice. how long do you have to be MIA to get into that team? :)
<mhp> you need to have a pgp key, I suppose. and no gpg one, and only a bo box
<Np237> yes, but it must be expired

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