I hope you've enjoyed LinuxTag and found your way back home.
We've had something below 17 thousand visitors during all four
days and about 500 people attending our social event. For us
LinuxTag 2001 was a lot of fun (and some work, of course). It was
also an interesting experience to find out that 2-4 hours of sleep
for a whole week is sufficient and you can still give a talk on
sunday afternoon. Beat that. :)
A couple of people have taken photos during the show. I'm sure
that you are interested in more pictures that others have taken.
I'm currently collecting URLs to those archives. Feel free to use
them and to commit new ones.
If you would like to make comments about what was good and what
was bad, please drop me a line. I'm always interested in what we
can do better next year. After LinuxTag is before LinuxTag, so
we're already planing the next event.
You can leave out the "no booth ready" part, the "there is no
network" part and the "where are our supplies" part. This is
something that has to be changed, and it was planned differently,
In general I'd like to apologize for the unfinished booths and
non-working network. Unfortunately I had very little power to
improve the situation.
I'd like to improve the communication from me to the projects. If
you have ideas please drop me a line. I have written mails
containing lots of text which were sent to all projects. For the
first time I haven't sent these information mails to all members
of projects but only those who organize the booth or lists. I've
also placed these mails on a web page for those who liked reading
web pages more than reading mail.
However, I've found out some problems with this setup, so I may
change it again. A lot of people have asked me questions which
I've already answered in one of these mails. Apparently some
booth members weren't informed properly.
If you have any ideas on how to improve this situation, please let
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