Axel Beckert <email@example.com> writes: > IMHO any solution, which is forcing people to leave, is a bad > solution. If it's crowded, it's crowded. And maybe the booth to small. Trying to get more (booth) space out of Joey is a hard task. :) > Better solution: Get some female booth stuff next year. Best would be > some female booth staff, who is used to be stared at. ;-) That should > help to distract from female visitors. ;-) Although: Do Debian Swirl > costumes look as sexy as BSD Daemon costumes? :-) If you give them ONLY a Swirl to wear it MUST be better... > But seriously: IMHO some female booth staff wouldn't be a bad idea. (I > apologize, if there was some, I didn't notice any during my visits at > the Debian booth...) Looking at the female rate in the project this isnt easy. New requirement for booth staff: You need to have a girlfriend AND you need to bring it to the booth? :) > A back area where the tables which are seperating front and back area > have table cloths down to the floor can hide a lot of chaos. Even on a > smaller booth long table clothing can hide backpacks (err, let's > better say daypacks) under the tables. Not if there is much other stuff already placed under the tables. :) > One more point: Maybe there were just not enough of them, but when I > bought two Debian posters, there were no rubber band to fix them for > transport. We had to use a A4 Debian flyer and Scotch tape (German: > Tesa, Tixo, etc.) to fix them without destroying them... Yes, we forgot them. > And another point, regarding merchandising: When will the "Why Mike > likes Debian" poster be available for selling? :-) I guess, this could > be the most wanted Debian poster. Anyone knows about the copyright > issues on that poster? (Joey?) Yes, many people asked for it. :) -- bye Joerg [http://www.youam.net/stuff/info...-hosting.de/server-info.php] "[...] und der Arbeitsspeicher recht schnell und hoch ist." (Wie hoch? 2cm, 4cm? Am besten an die Decke nageln, was?
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