Roland Rosenfeld wrote:
> The page at
> http://www.infodrom.org/Debian/events/LinuxTag2002/hardware.html seems
> to be not fully up to date. As far as I can see, Arne Wichmann
> offered two TFT displays, Jörg Jaspert replaced one of the two 166MHz
> i386 by a faster one (300-500 MHz) and I can bring a monitor with me.
Sorry, there were too many contentless mails and too many mails
entirely, so I missed that. It's updated and will be online tonight.
> What software should we install/run on the machines? I don't think
> that we want to see the backs of 5 developers reading their mail, so
> the machines should show some demo or something like this. As far as
> I know most machines are not the most recent hardware, so high
> performance graphics demos may not be the best choice. But simply
> running bb (the aalib demo) also doesn't sound too interesting. So
> what do we want to run on the machines?
If tuxracer has a demo mode, that's good as well.
I could also imagine that somebody who's typesetting, drawing, doing
"scary" things, could raise the interest of some visitors.
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