LT: next round

From: Michael Bramer (
Date: Sun Apr 28 2002 - 19:56:55 CEST


I hope I miss nothing. Please check the open Tasks, if you can help..

Open Task:

  - content of the CD
  - DVD? (have someone a burner?)
  - somebody who work on the posters
  - other artwork

  - request: talk/booth-show: debian package building

  - when make we the debian day? Th? Fr?

 1. Do we want to have a booth?

    1.1 What do we want to demonstrate?

+ As shows at the booth:
+ SE Debian (Russell Coker)
+ -> the Visitors can try to break in
+ -> Russell will demonstrate the operation of SE Linux
+ once or twice a day depending on demand.
+ the install of debian
+ -> Joerg Jaspert
+ maybe a live show with some DAU-Visitors
+ Thimo Neubauer (Debian on Laptops) 1 h
+ The Package-Managment (Michael Bramer) (maybe)

    1.2 How are we going to solve the staff-visitor ratio (so it's
        less than 10 Debian people for one visitor).

    1.3 Who will be around?

+ Roland Rosenfel We-Su
+ Michael Bramer We-Su DE 52 Düren
+ (Jan-Hendrik Pal on the Linux-Porting-Booth)
+ Eduard Bloch Sa(afternoon)-Su
+ Joerg Jaspert (We-So) 36 Fulda
+ Thimo Neubauer (We-So)
+ Andreas Fuchs AT
+ Andreas Tille DE
+ Christoph Baumann DE
+ Martin Michlmayr AT
+ Michael Holzt DE 58 Kierspe
+ Michael Meskes DE 41 Erkelenz
+ Russell Coker AU

    1.4 What kind of hardware will be required?

+ need:
+ Russell Coker: any sort of x86 box, 16M, 4G hd
+ -> Solved
+ beamer (white wall + space)
+ if we will make some shows, we must make this at our
+ booth!
+ maybe: some mounting platform

        1.4.1 What about hardware that we don't own?

+ need:
+ Monitors! (if we use the beamer, we have enough Monitors)

        1.4.2 Shall we create large signs (posters) to explain that it
              is not a conventional PC which is running the OS in
              front of the visitor?

    1.5 Who is going to provide which hardware?

+ Roland Rosenfel (AlphaStation 200 4/166) _without_ Monitor
+ Joerg Jaspert (2 i386 Systems) with Monitors
+ Thimo Neubauer (portable beamer)
+ maybe: Jens Schmalzing (Power Macintosh 7200/90 from Munich)

    1.6 What about CD's?

+ last year: 7.200 with about 1.000 reserved for our sponsors
+ (thanks joey)

        1.6.1 What ought to be on the CD?

              Remember, there's Knoppix <> as well.

        1.6.2 Who is going to master the CD?

+ Stefan Gybas can master a debian-knoppix
+ Joerg Jaspert start mastering a woody cd

        1.6.3 Who is going to help with mastering?

        1.6.4 Who is going to make test installations etc?

        1.6.5 Who will negotiate with a press company etc.?

        1.6.6 Who will acquire donations and negotiate with sponsors?

+ grisu mail some mails...

    1.7 Who is going to plan the booth, including size requirements,
        furniture, computers etc.

+ time table about the debian day
+ time table about shows (a big clock?)
+ posters
+ - World-Map
+ -> someone should check if we have new coordinates...
+ - general infos
+ - posters from a cluster (from Thimo Neubauer)
+ - old posters:
+ - if someone can update this source, maybe joey can print it
+ - Thimo Neubauer can print some posters
+ plan the layout by Thimo Neubauer

    1.8 Anything else?[1]

 2. Do we want to have a conference of our own?

    2.1 Who will give a talk about what topic?

+ maybe Martin Michlmay (NewMaintainer) 1 h
+ Russell Coker (SE Debian) 1-2 h
+ Michael Bramer (translated Descriptions) 1 h
+ ?? Thimo Neubauer (Debian on Laptops) 1 h

    2.2 How and where should it be promoted?

+ dwn
+ debian-user-german

+ 2.3 Which day make we the DebianDay ?

+ 4.0 Transport trouble:
+ Joerg Jaspert from Fulda/Hessen/Germany

+ 5.0 jfyi:
+ gym hall for sleep

[1] I'll take flyers and mugs with me. We're going to have some 50
    general Debian-oriented t-shirts and I'd like to have special
    Debian/Woody t-shirts, so creative people should give a helping

+ some old t-shirts (Michael Bramer)
+ need: some artwork!


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