Le lundi 30 mars 2009 13:35:31 Didier Raboud, vous avez écrit : > Hi all, > > Here is OpenExpo's time of the year (1-2. April, Bern) again. > > With Swisslinux.org, we will come to Bern to staff our little booth (2 > persons). We are both Debian users and would be very happy to resell > Debian.ch shirts for example. Some questions then : > > (…) > > Best regards, > > Didier Hi all again! We went to OpenExpo09 Bern with Swisslinux and handled a quarter-booth for Debian, were we sold the Debian.ch T-shirts and stickers. We reached 525.- It seems pretty good to me, but I don't know other "scores" ;) Globally, the event was good. Having evil proprietary vendors paying to get us free drinks, free booths, free beer, free access, free conferences, … is a good thing to me. Having those both conferences mixed is at least an interesting thing. We met people from Ubuntu-CH, KDE and Qt Software, Gentoo, Xen, Fedora, Openwireless.ch and many others I can't remember of. The Social Event in the evening with The Free Beer (with Free as in freedom _and_ Free as in free beer ;) ) was really cool, with some fun lightning talks. Late in the evening, we decided to organise a meeting on Wednesday with the present communities. We invited everybody to a discussion about the convergences of the various communities. We wanted to understand where we all could join forces in the free software domain in Switzerland. Two focuses: events/calendar and politics. The rest is not particular to Switzerland. What came out from the discussion: * Calendar: /ch/open actually handles its OSS Roadmap. It doesn't work very well for now. They are preparing opensource.ch which will have a new calendar. The idea is to have all FLOSS-related events on that calendar. * Politics: The FSFE-CH private mailing-list is actually used for this and should continue to. The motto was: Join forces ! Have a good night all! Best regards, OdyX -- Didier Raboud, proud Debian user. CH-1802 Corseaux email@example.com
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