Re: LinuxTag

From: Joerg Jaspert (
Date: Sun Apr 28 2002 - 13:06:07 CEST

Martin Schulze <> writes:

>> One of the most important questions being: what should the b ooth look
>> like: Joey, can we get a plan of the booth? Well, at least the size of
>> it so that we can plan a bit on what to place where?
> Since I don't have a plan, I can't provide one. If you force me to
> get one, it'll be a 3x3 qm booth, with one open side (because that's
> the only thing I can guarantee at the moment).

So we dont force and get 30x30qm :)

>> (maybe a small room somewhere?) where could set up a coffee machine
>> and keep the professional discussions there. Some place where all
>> DDs can hang around if there are enough persons in the booth and
>> naturally this would be the place for the techie-visitor to ask
>> freaky questions. Opinions?
> Currently this will have to be moved to a foyer or something, since I
> don't believe that we can get another spare room. Also, there's a
> ~80m distance between the exhibition and rooms for talks and
> workshops.

Buuhh. So a slighlty bigger booth and one part as a "DD Storeroom" and
one part for the rest :)

> Since our current worldmap is from 1999 and it's now 2002, the current
> worldmap is probably somewhat outdated. In 1999 there were about 500
> DD's and we're now at 1000 or something. So yes, there are some
> changes...

To old, yes. :)

>> I don't think we get a extra room for debian!
> Probably not.

So do all things on the booth.

>> > - hopefully one or two tables to sit down when talking with the visitors
>> no, please not. We are not a company and we don't make contracts, we
>> don't need tables. Tables need some a lot of size of a booth.
> "We don't need tables." May I count on that? It'll make booth
> planning much easier and cheaper. :)

We do need tables. The Hardware cant fly :)

>> we should show debian all the time!
> Err... Did anybody planned to show something different?

Windows. Yes. Thats great. *g*
Is it not "Linuxtag - Lets show how bad it is" ? :)

> a) The distance between the white wall and the beamer needs to be
> large enough. I have to admit that I don't have enough experience
> with different beamers to tell you how much space is required in
> between.

4 or 5 meters should be enough. And if we dont have the beamer running
the whole time, just for shows we can use the space in the other times.

> c) Make sure nobody is able to crash the beamer.

Paint a Windows Logo on it and noone trys to touch it. :)

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