Re: Debian @ LinuxTag 2014-05, Berlin, Germany
the application for a Debian booth at the Linuxtag 2014 in Berlin has
been accepted. See email further down.
Unfortunately it seems that only 2 exhibitor passes are provided for
free, which might make a booth schedule a bit more challenging. I'll get
in touch with the organizer to see if swapping passes is allowed or if
there is a small chance to get additional passes free of charge.
And if you want to help out at the booth please add your names to the wiki:
Dear Christian KÃ¶rner,
we are excited to inform you, that your application for the project
qualified for a sponsored booth at this year's LinuxTag. Please note
this is just the confirmation of our general acceptance of your
submission. The size and location of the booth will be decided later
mainly depending on the overall amount of accepted project submissions
and the quality of the exhibition concept you provide us using the
virtual conference center and in dialogue with the project committee.
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On 27/01/14 10:39, W. Martin Borgert wrote:
> I started a wiki page for the event:
> This year LinuxTag will join with droidcon and re:publica, which
> will attract more - and different! - people, many who maybe not
> yet know Debian in detail.
> Not sure, whether I will be in Berlin, so I can't drive this.