Nochmal zur Wizard of OS!
The Debian Project will participate the conference by running a
Question & Answer session, maintained by Steffen Evers. Steffen,
though, can't run this session on his own. He requires help from
at least one Debian developer.
If time and rooms permit, this could be organized as a two-item
session, with the first 30 minutes of regular talk, describing
Debian, the project, how porting is done, how dependencies are
handled, how we manage to compile things on 12+ architectures and
still keep things in sync mostly.
If it's not doable otherwise, I would eventually have to reconsider
attending, but that'll hurt me...
Frank, could you tell which slots are still not bound?
We can run a booth if there are people around who will staff and
maintain the booth. Woglinde has already volunteered, anybody
I'm not sure if I'll be able to fiddle with posters in time and be
able to send them to Woglinde. It'll be helpful if somebody in
Berlin could print out A1 posters (I have source for a couple of
I have summarized information about our participation on a web page:
http://www.infodrom.org/Debian/events/WOS2/ as well as on
> 3. Wer haette Lust, kurzfristig einen Vortrag zu halten und ueber
> welches Thema? Hier ein paar Vorschlaege:
> - Debian-Projekt (Aufbau, Arbeit, Produkte, Koordination etc.)
> - Debian-Installation
> - Debian-System (FHS, Programme, Interaktion, Pakete etc.)
> - Debian-Administration (Besonderheiten, day-to-day work)
> - Debian-Portierung (non-i386-Architekturen, buildd, Listen, Treffen)
> 4. Wer haette Lust, Zeit und Rechner+Monitor, um einen Stand zu
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