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Re: Current State (10-Jan-05): LinuxDays.lu (25th/26th of January 2005)

On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 02:43:26 +0100, Axel Beckert <abe@deuxchevaux.org> wrote:
> Hi!
> Looks like the booth becomes more concrete...


I'll do the reservation things than, and will thus send some
information on it, in some hours, when everything has been

> Furniture
> ---------
> Bob, Lionel: What kind of furniture will the booths have. I guess each
> booth needs at least 2 or 3 desks and 4 to 6 chairs. For the beamer
> also a bright flat wall would be useful.

I requested some more information concerning the booth furniture from
the organizers. More information on the booth furniture in the next
mail. (hopefully) :)

> So if most people are already there on late Monday, I would suggest
> that we go out for dinner together on Monday evening. Has any of the
> locals ideas, where we could have dinner? Probably something close to
> the youth hostel?

Sure, I'll think of a nice place. Would a 10 Minute drive be OK? You
know, Luxembourg isn't really that big :p

> Some replies:
> =============
> On Mon, Jan 03, 2005 at 11:59:00AM +0100, Dalibor Topic wrote:
> > > Bob, can we expect some getting some hardware lend from the organizers
> > > as last year? Do you still have an uptodate Debian mirror?
> >
> > I could slurp the latest sarge from MPII's mirror and bring it along on
> > a DVD or two.
> Bob's Debian mirror went up in smoke, he told me, so this wouldn't be
> the badest idea.

Yup, unfortunately that's true. You can donate me a new machine
thought. :) I would certainly accept it ;-)

> On Sat, Jan 01, 2005 at 05:51:48PM +0100, Joost van Baal wrote:
> > > Joost, are there still Debian flyers left? If the number hasn't
> > > changed since 16th of December, could you send us 40 of each, FR/NL
> > > and DE/EN? Bob, can you send him your address for the flyers, so that
> > > the flyers are already in Luxembourg if anything goes wrong on my
> > > side?
> >
> > Yes, I still have these, see http://mdcc.cx/~joostvb/flyer/ .  Give me
> > a snailmail address and I´ll send them your way.  Beware: I can only
> > sent them on or after monday Jan 17 (I am not at home now).  But I guess
> > that means they´ll be there just in time.
> Bob, can you send him your snail mail address?


> > > Is there a possibility to get that Illiad poster with "Why Mike likes
> > > Debian" (http://www.infodrom.org/Debian/mike.html)? Especially, are
> > > there already copies available for selling?
> >
> > I don't think so, somebody would have to print that graphic.
> ic.

Hm... I'll check if I can find somebody with a colour printer. That
graphic is way to cool not to have it hanging somewhere.

> I would really prefer to have both, German and French flyers, since
> there are quite a lot people who don't speak that much German. So
> I would plan about 50% German/English and 50% French/Dutch flyers.
> Bob, Lionel, what do you think about that ratio?

It's perfect. Most people will know German and French anyhow, so I
don't think that should be a real problem.

Bob Hentges a.k.a. maradong
Jabber: maradong@jabber.org

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