On 01-06-30 Martin Schulze wrote:
> Christian Kurz wrote:
> > > random developers. Sound cool? Will be cooler. It's a special hacking
> > > center with tables, chairs, power and net.connectivity. It's designed
> > > especially for those with a laptop who don't have booth service and would
> > > like to code. It's open, so expect visitors around you.
> > So you expect all developers to have a laptop? I hope not, because for
> > example I don't have one and currently I'm very happy about this. More
> > free time for other issues, which are not computer-related.
> In that case the Hacking Center is not ment for you as developer but
> only for you as visitor. Is this a problem for you? Like I said, it
> is designed especially for those with a laptop. If this precondition
> is not matched, it's not for you.
I just asked because I wonder if everyone of the kde developers has a
laptop and will really bring them along. So their way of using the
RedHat labs and maybe using sponsored RedHat pc's sounds like a better
solution then relaying on developers to bring along laptops.
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