"Jürgen A. Erhard" wrote:
> Definitely the switches. I could imagine that a lot of booths could
> use them even if the Debian booth doesn't. (Many people, me included,
> don't need a switch for their tiny home network).
> Of course, if you don't think you could find a booth the people of
> which you can trust... (Nobody at the LAD booth seems to bring a
> switch, for example... now if you could entrust one of your switches
> to either me or Frank Neumann... ;-)
> Monitors might be useful (didn't someone at Debian request one?)
Err... yes... check the archives to find out who that was...
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