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Re: [opensuse] LinuxTag 2006 Staff
  • From: David Wright <david.wright@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2006 20:57:49 +0200
  • Message-id: <200604042057.50052.david.wright@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Am Dienstag, 4. April 2006 20:14 schrieb Henne Vogelsang:
> Hi there,
> so Sonja just announced in the Status Meeting [1] that we will be at the
> LinuxTag in Wiesbaden [2]. We will have a booth and a one-day conference
> called openSUSE Tag [3]. We will have a special IRC meeting next tuesday
> on that topic.
> What i wonder now is who will be there and who can do booth dutys. I
> would love to avoid novell only personal at the booth. Novell is just a
> small part of the openSUSE project. So if you are at the LinuxTag, or
> consider to come, speak up now so we can together plan who does what :)
> Also if you have ideas what we could demo at the booth it would be
> great. So far we have only general topics (openSUSE, SUSE Linux) we need
> to fill with real content. So what would you like to see/do at the
> booth?
> Henne

As I said in the meeting, I'm available. I life in southern Germany, so
getting there wouldn't be a problem. I am also English, but speak reasonably
good German if that helps.

As a bit of background:

I am currently a visiting lecturer at Augsburg Uni (Best Practices in
Component Oriented (Re-)Engineering) and work as a freelance consultant.
Previously I worked at Capgemini for 15 years, based in the UK and on
international assignments and I have done shows in different branches when I
was younger (mostly industrial machinery and racking systems).


"I got to go figure," the tenant said. "We all got to figure. There's some way
to stop this. It's not like lightning or earthquakes. We've got a bad thing
made by men, and by God that's something we can change."
- The Grapes of Wrath, by John Steinbeck

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