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Debian at European CeBIT exhibition

The Debian Project                                      press@debian.org
http://www.debian.org/                                    Martin Schulze
February 23, 2000

Debian at European CeBIT exhibition

This is a good year for Debian with regard to presence at the CeBIT
exhibition, taking place from Feb 24th to Mar 1st in Hannover,

Four booths are staffed with Debian people, partially presenting
Debian GNU/Linux on several architectures:

Hall 16, booth B43 - LinuxTag e.V.
       staffed with Robert Depenbrock, Andreas Schuldei, partially

Hall 6, booth G17 - Stormix
       staffed with: Roland Bauerschmidt, Daniel Mester, Andreas

Hall 6, booth F20/D09 - Linuxland
       staffed with: Torsten Landschoff

Hall 5, booth F18 - Vogel Verlag
       staffed with: Martin Schulze

There are a couple of interesting talks organized as well.  All take
place on Monday, 28th of February.

TCM, room 15/16:

  9:00-12:00: Jon 'Maddog' Hall, Linux-Guru, Linux Presentation

Hall 16, booth B43, LinuxTag-Forum:

  10:00: Daniel Riek, president of ID-PRO AG, talks about the current
     state of GNU/Linux

  10:40: Martin 'Joey' Schulze, member of the Debian team, talks about
     the philosophy behind free software

  11:20: Christel Marquardt, Manager Technical Marketing of
     innominate AG, discusses free software as business model


>> About Debian

The Debian project is an organization of many users who volunteer
their time and effort.  Its tasks include maintaining and updating Debian
GNU/Linux which is a free distribution of the GNU/Linux operating system,
and the development of the Debian GNU/Hurd operating system.

>> About CeBIT

The CeBIT exhibition is the largest computer oriented exhibition in
Europe.  It's growing from year to year and was even splitted in a
professional part (this one) and an exhibition for home affairs.
This year a Linux Pavillon is organized in hall 6, booth F20.
Read more at http://www.cebit.de/ .

>> Contact Information

For further information, please send email to the Debian Press Team
<press@debian.org> or visit the Debian homepage at <http://www.debian.org/>

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