Subject: Re: Linuxtag
From: Christian Kurz (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 30 2000 - 14:33:37 CEST
On 00-03-30 Michael Meskes wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 29, 2000 at 09:32:54PM +0200, Torsten Landschoff wrote:
> > Problem is that Debian will probably be present with its own booth so=20
> > we don't really need a part of your stand. I learned at the CeBIT that it
> You don't think displaying Debian in the business section would be a good
I think he meant that debian will have it' own booth and so debian does
not need to be present at other boothes.
> > is better to have a single booth where all the Debian developers can=20
> > talk to each other instead of somebody standing at another booth (while
> > I enjoyed being at LinuxLand it was much more interesting to talk to
> > the other Debian people).
> For Debian people, yes. But how about all those coming to Linuxtag who are
> nor Debian people yet?
Well, I think on the one hand it would be nice to have one booth where
everybody can talk with each other. But on the other hand, we would
have an overfilled booth where the visitors don't see debian and also
to many developers will be talking with each other then presenting
-- Ein "Nein" ausgesprochen mit der tiefsten Überzeugung ist besser und größer als ein "Ja" um zu gefallen oder noch schlimmer, um Schwierigkeiten zu umgehen. -- Mahatma Gandhi
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