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Re: CeBIT booth

Alexander Schmehl wrote:
> > But for this Debian, better a lot of Debian people, have to leave it's 
> > position of social Darwinism which says that only people who pay all 
> > the bills by their own are allowed to participate in a booth.
> Who ever said this?  Hell, no!  Take the CeBIT example:
> - Accomodation:	By private, for free
> - Train-Ticket:	Ask FFIS, paid by donation

(this is probably only valid for a limited number of people, as it doesn't
make sense to pay 20 train tickets when there are 20 developers around
anyway even without the 20 more).

> - Food:		Well, this year it was a bit low, but it's normaly
> 		hardly possible to pay your food yourself during CeBIT
> I don't know of any case, where someone said: "I'm willing to be there
> and do that, but need a trainticket" who didn't got one.



PS: Maybe it's time to start thinking about what to do during / at LinuxTag
    this year?

Testing? What's that? If it compiles, it is good, if it boots up, it is perfect.

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