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schedule for DebianDay at LinuxTag 2.0

Good evening,

Well, allthough I like this kind of optimisation problems (nearly every
speaker prefers and/or dislikes at least one timeslot), it would be
nice, if you could accept this new version 3.0:
- fixed some typos, added new
- moved Jörgs deb-talk to get back to an hourly schedule
- moved lunch-break and Thomas' FAI talk

10:00 - 10:50	Andreas Tille
		Custom Debian Distribution reloaded,
		including mastering Live CDs

11:00 - 11:50	Thomas Lange
		vollautomatische Linux-Installation mit FAI
12:00 - 12:50	Michael Banck
		Debian GNU / Hurd

13:00 - 14:00	Lunch break (maybe filled with an other talk, unrelated
		to Debian)

14:00 - 14:XX	Jonathon Oxer
		Linux Kernel, the Debian way

14:XX - 14:50	n. n. (Alexander Schmehl?)
		apt-tools, dpkg-tools and other nice things Debian has
		(this might become neither a talk, nor a workshop, just
		a nice session, where the audience is expected to tell
		the others the stuff they know about all those nice
		tools, good luck for the one who volunteers to moderate

14:00 - 14:50	Alexander Schmehl
		»to infinity, and beyond« - the new features Sarge will
		have, and the problems it has

15:00 - 15:50	Gaudenz Steinlein (and maybe some others)
		Debian-Installer Internals

16:00 - 16:50	Thomas Lange
		vollautomatische Linux-Installation mit FAI

17:00 - 17:25	Jörg Jaspert
		Einführung in das Bauen von Debian-Paketen

17:30 - 18:00	Daniel E. Atencio Psille
		Building your own Repository Infrastructure

Speakers: Please don't forget to save some time for questions, and put
your foils somewhete online.
Please submit an abstract, and think if your talk will be in german /
english / esperanto / sindarin / latin.

/* putting of my DebianDay-commissary hat */
/* putting on my Debian-User had */

I think it would be nice, if you could prepare your talk in english and
german, and ask the audience, which talk they would prefer.

Yours sincerely,

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