On Sat, May 19, 2001 at 07:35:53PM +0200, Martin Schulze wrote:
> My preference for the Debian Day is friday. This "event" doesn't
> target at users in general so it don't have to be on saturday. Friday
> looks good to me.
Nothing wrong, though it might be a problem that some people are not able
to come at that day due to work or whatever. But looks as if it is the
> During LinuxTag there will be one or two workshop rooms reserved
> for the Community to organize BoFs and workshops. It should be
> possible to occupy one room for an entire day for the Debian
> The following topics are discussed, partially there is also a
> speaker proposed:
> * Debian - Managing a 700people-project, internal structures
> * Debian Package Maintenance
> * Debconf - from the beginning
Nice topics, everyone of it.
> * Software Development (CVS, autoconf, make etc.)
This isn't too debian specific, or? If we only get one day, we should
focus on some more debian-related things (it's intended to be for
developers and developers-in-spe.. :)
> * dpkg-internals
> (maybe Wichert Akkerman <firstname.lastname@example.org>)
Might be coupled with debian package maintenance.
> * Debian GNU in business environments
> (Michael Meskes <email@example.com>)
hm. Wrong audience?
> * read-only/reiserfs/tux2, possibilities and workability
> (Goswin Brederlow)
This could be combined with talking about alternative installation file
systems (has anyone started this, otherwise that meeting could be a good
date to create a task force :).
> * Security-hardening a Debian-System
> (Alexander Reelsen)
Listing this one time is enough I guess..
> What do you think? What talks will actually be possible? How many do
> we want and in which order? We can use the room for the entire day if
> we like. LinuxTag begins at 9.00am and ends on 6.00pm. Additionally,
> Friday is the day when our Social Event will take place. Not sure
> when it starts, but I guess it's 8pm, so we could stay in the room if
> we like.
If we get one room for nine hours, we might be able to have 7 up to 8
talks and meetings coupled with GPG fingerprint trades and stuff...
Just my 0.02choose-your-currency
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