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Re: Linuxtag 2004: Boothplan

Michael Banck <mbanck@debian.org> writes:

> Here's what we should do with this:
> OpenOffice.org makes it relatively painless to have a looping
> presentation. So we could whip up a dozen slides describing the Debian
> project and its distribution and let it run when there's nothing better
> to do. Bb is all cool, but it does not really help for people wanting to
> know.

bb gets people to look at you, a simple presentation not. :)

> debroster is another likely pick here.

Thats good, yes.

>> 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. :)
> d-i is so easy that this is not really necessary IMHO. We can always
> convince people if they doubt it, of course :)

It isnt neccessary to guide people, its neccessary to educate them that
we now have this simple thing. Debian is the thing thats hard to
install, you know? (At least thats what most visitors think).

bye Joerg
<maxx> Aqua mach mal man brain....
<Aquariophile> maxx: schon probiert das gibts ned

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