Alexander Reelsen wrote:
> Hi folks
> As Linuxtag nears (one month yet, I know), we really, really should get a
> schedule on the talks. If we don't get this done in time, Joey is about to
> cancel the Debian day due to a lack of interest. I don't think there is
> any lack of interest, do you? Remember, the Debian day is for advanced
> users and/or developers, so we/you shouldn't miss that chance.
> So, let's get some stuff done. Who is doing what?
> I try to set the ball rolling and volunteer for the first talk about
> Debian and Security. I don't want to do this as a talk but rather a
> discussion, cause many people might have many good ideas instead of one
> talking about that topic. I would say one hour is sufficient for this one.
Shall I just add it prelimnary?
> Check http://www.infodrom.ffis.de/Debian/events/LinuxTag2001/day.html if
This list was compiled after some brainstorming, so we get an idea
what could be interesting and possible.
> you want to talk about something and write it here, so Joey gets some
> input for the Debian day instead of cancelling it.
> After the first, let's say, 6 talks I can try to setup a time schedule, it
> might be possible that some people are busy at their booth or have to
> do something for the company they work for, whatever.
No need for that, the framework is already there:
Friday CCA III was reserved for our Debian day.
So far, we have two talks, Alex' Security and Michael's Business.
Since I'd rather like *you* to prepare something, I don't plan to
step forward with workshops I could give, but I could finally fill
up a gap.
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