Subject: Re: [email@example.com: Re: Vorfuehrungen LinuxTag]
From: Martin Schulze (joey@finlandia.Infodrom.North.DE)
Date: Sun Jun 25 2000 - 20:15:13 CEST
Torsten Landschoff wrote:
> Hallo Roland,
> On Thu, Jun 15, 2000 at 07:39:13PM +0200, Roland Bauerschmidt wrote:
> > On CeBIT we could compile BB on alpha with really tiny modifications and
> > it ran fine all day and attracted the visitors... ;) This was with
> > Andreas machine. I just phoned with him and he told me that we can have
> > his machine for sure, but Compaq is looking for a better one. We'll see.
> I think his alpha was good enough. Of course it is not the right machine
> to show to our visitors. It's more of a server - would be nice to do
> some heavy web applications on it but who has the time to set that up
> in time?
The event was known long ago. Please note that it is *our* fault that
we haven't reacted in time.
> > Also on CeBIT we had some ia32-machines sponored by innominate. I think
> > Torsten organised that. Torsten, do you think they would do this again?
Doesn't seem to be possible this time.
> > Or perhaps you could use your connections to bee? (I hope you have still
> > the business card...) ;-)
> Yes, I have the business card :) I will contact them about it. But I
Any positive results? I should provide some boxes to Gnome for example...
If you get some boxes... Gnome needs some as well... :)
> think what we really need is some self running demo which can be
> interrupted by the user. No idea how to do that yet :(
Frank Neumann made some mgp slides for that, check out
-- GNU does not eliminate all the world's problems, only some of them. -- The GNU Manifesto
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