Tille, Andreas wrote:
> On Tue, 21 May 2002, Martin Schulze wrote:
> > is there *anybody* out there who is going to continue with plans
> > with regard to the Debian Day on Friday? Please take a look at the
> > current workshop schedule. It's a pity there's still only 'reserved'
> > mentioned for the Debian Day.
> I wonder why my proposed talk about Debian subprojects (which are
> Debian-Med and Debian-Junior) ist not listed at the scedule.
That's because I failed at acquiring anybody who would be willing to
take over planning of the Debian Day. I hate it when jobs come back
At what time would you like to give the talk? I'll fixate it then.
Could you (also tbm) provide an abstract as well?
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