Michael Meskes <email@example.com> writes:
> On Fri, May 24, 2002 at 02:59:32AM +0200, David N. Welton wrote:
> > Si`, ma tanto vale a questo punto creare delle liste per ogni
> > paese invece di farne una per l'"europa". O per lo meno ne
> > facciamo una tedesca. Almeno cosi` e` chiara la cosa.
> Hmm, I do not speak Italian and my Italian collegue is on vacation
> but I think what David wants to tell us that this list is for
> european events and not just for german and thus we shouldn't talk
> in German on this list. Correct David?
Well, that's sort of the idea, but what's written above is that we
might as well create a list for German events. There seem to be a lot
of them, and high quality/important, at that, as well as lots of
participants. So, rather than force a lot of people to speak another
language, maybe just having a list that's clearly for German speakers
would be more appropriate? Maybe something even so simple as tagging
messages would be enough (writing [DE] in the subject)?
> How about learning some German David? :-) What would that be, your
> fourth language? Or fifth?
I only speak two, at the moment, unfortunately. Well, you could count
'veneto' as 1/2, I guess. Next on the list is probably spanish:-)
> Will you come to Linuxtag?
Unfortunately, no. My point, though, is not Linuxtag in particular,
but being able to follow the planning and ideas that go into creating
a successful event. There are a lot of people on this list dedicating
time, energy and ideas, and I would (selfishly, I admit) like to be
able to use that for my own benefit, should I be called upon to get
involved in some event in the future (for instance, webbit 2002...).
There is also the odd possibility that myself or others might be able
to contribute something to the discussion.
Anyway, sorry to intrude, we now return you to your regularly
scheduled "Anmeldung" discussion. Thanks for your time and
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