On Mon, May 27, 2002 at 11:53:31AM +0200, Joerg Jaspert wrote:
> Michael Bramer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > - a transport service for Joerg Jaspert
> Its ok. I have one now.
> > - maybe we should print a CD package list with version numbers of
> > the package for the booth.
> Maybe or should I ? (A paper for the booth, nothing to give out, so
> people can look whats on the CD, right?)
You should. (and yes, only for us. with this list a booth person can
answer some questions. A think like this:
find /cdrom -type f -iname "*deb"|sed -e "s+.*/++"|sort |a2ps -4
> > - Joerg: please don't forget to make a source CD(s)
> Just an Image for it or should i burn one Copy?
better you born on/two copy. Put on in your looker and give the other
some other debian people. (one if someone ask in 1 year for the
> > mobil phones ('handys'):
> > We should collect some numbers of the booth and debian day persons
> > and make a list at the booth. Maybe some one is need at the booth,
> > some one forgot his time shift, ... (we don't need this public)
> > Comments?
> If you dont have time I do this, so: ALL Numbers to me then :)
I can make do this. But if you have time, make it.
(I send my number in a extra mail)
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