[arch-dev-public] [arch-events] [Germany] coming events in 2009

Andreas Radke a.radke at arcor.de
Sun Dec 14 14:54:04 EST 2008

Am Tue, 28 Oct 2008 18:30:03 +0100
schrieb Andreas Radke <a.radke at arcor.de>:

> I think it's a good time now to discuss in what events we want to take
> part in 2009. Either with our own booth or only for a developer &
> community meeting.
> 3 big events have established here that we might discuss:
> 1) 14th/15th March '09 Chemnitz
> http://chemnitzer.linux-tage.de/2009/info/
> 2) 24th-27th June '09 Berlin
> http://www.linuxtag.org
> 3) end of August '09 St.Augustin
> http://www.froscon.de
> If we want to take part in one or more event we should apply early
> enough. For the Chemnitz event the deadline is already running.
> I've been at all events over the past few years, so now my personal
> opinion:
> I suggest to leave out the very commercial event in Berlin. ArchLinux
> and the members that usually represent it are quiet funny and a bit
> geeky guys. So maybe we don't fit very well there. And it's a bit
> expensive for everybody there.
> FrosCon is a cheep event for us. But it doesn't have many
> visitors. It's still a nice place to meet for hacking and talking but
> we haven't had many community members seen there. We've been there
> with a dev room for the last two years and an additional booth this
> year.
> I'd rather like to see us come together this year in Chemnitz. We
> could have a booth or a developer room. It's quiet a big event but it
> kept staying community based. It's cheep except the travel costs for
> some people. The program is always nice and usually interesting from
> technical view. Sure it's a bit too far away for some people to get
> there. But you can say that for every location in Germany.
> Do you know other events we should have a look at? Something in snowy
> Austria or NorthSea shore?
> Opinions?
> -Andy
> (who's still waiting for the sponsored invitation for ArchCon at a
> sunny place...)
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Just a reminder. Time is going forward. If we want to take part in
Linuxtag we should hurry up with an application.

Any Dev that want to take part in some event next year?


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