On Sat, 30 May 2009 16:20:18 +0200 Thomas Bächler firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I am sending a copy of this to the dev list, as few people read the events list:
I have registered the Arch Linux project at the FrOSCon website. So far, these people have confirmed their participation:
Andy Daniel (ise) Jens (byte) Pierre Thomas (me)
With a big maybe: Christoph (delmonico) An even bigger maybe: Jan (JGC)
All of you should register at https://callforprojects.froscon.org/ and join the Arch Linux project there. Also, others might consider joining us (Ronald is from the Netherlands and Dieter is from Belgium, so it's not too far for them (any of you guys interested?), of course anyone from our dev or TU team can join us, please write to the arch-events list or reply to this email).
We should get a booth (with 2 tables this time, yay) and a room for both days if they accept our application.
I think we should at least have posters and CDs this year, presentation machines and maybe more cool stuff, ideas are welcome.
I would definitely be interested in getting together with fellow Arch guys, and it doesn't look too far, so I'm interested, but: 1) I am much more interested in the social aspect and/or meaningful IRL discussions, rather then sitting in some booth promoting arch to (potential) users. do you guys plan to get a devroom and/or do more meaningful things then "booth-sitting" ? 2) The link "program" on their site links to "call for papers", is there a way to get an up to date view of what talks there will be? 3) are the talks mostly in german? how much of a problem is it that I don't speak german? 4) is there an entrance fee? 5) do you guys plan to go both days?