Subject: Re: Linux Expo Amsterdam
From: Martin Schulze (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Dec 21 2000 - 23:15:19 CET
Paul Slootman wrote:
> > > Is any work being done on posters?
> > Not yet, but I've got some ideas and some "prior art".
> > > There is a colour printer here (HP "Colour Laserjet") which lets me
> > > choose "tabloid" as one possible format, although I have no idea whether
> > > that will work, whether that format is present, whether I'm allowed to :-)
> > Maybe you can print A3 with that thing; then with poster(1) we can get any
> > size we want. And if a tiny "sponsored by" note is included, I guess there
> > won't be a problem ;-)
> Unfortunately it can only print A4.
> Maybe someone at a university has access to colour printers that can
> do A3 or better?
> BTW, are any new details known yet, e.g. is selling t-shirts, mugs
> and cdroms allowed? Do people who work at a booth get free entrance to
> the conferences? (The Expo itself is free, the conferences are not --
> 250 guilders!) How about parking space? Parking a car in the RAI is very
> expensive IIRC.
My thumbrule in such a case was: If not overstressed and not done
commercially it should not be a problem to sell stuff. If used as
a company there have to be a different booth (i.e. not a free one)
and eventually special rules (for selling on sundays or some such).
I'm always near about trouble with such things since I have to maintain
such things through the companies pocket instead of my own.
Regarding car: Try to unload stuff and move the car(s) out of the way
and use features of public transportation.
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