Subject: Re: German Unix User Group Fr?hjahrsfachgespr?che 20040309-20040312
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From: Bernd Sieker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/02/2004 21:52:42
On 02.01.04, 11:22:12, Ignatios Souvatzis wrote:
> as some of you are probably aware, the GUUG FFG 2004 will take place
> 20040309 - 20040312.
> I'm planning to give a talk or two, and wonder whether other NetBSD
> people will be around, and whether we should try to do some sort of
> presentation there (I have no idea whether something beyond a "poster"
> is possible).
I was there last year with a poster about our NetBSD-based Church
Internet Cafe. If I can find the time to make another poster, I'll
be there again. As far as I know, posters can be submitted quite
late, because they don't have to fit into a schedule, but still
you get free admission to the talks and the social event, though
not for the workshops.
The poster could be combined with a small table selling merchandize (CPU
badges, posters, CD-ROMs, DVDs, etc ...).
> Hubert has offered me his slides, so I'll submit a proposal for a NetBSD
> talk, so this is covered.
A word about the audience to be expected: These are not in the
majority hardcore Linux freaks as they seem to be on many other
events. Here are a lot of BSD, Solaris, HPUX, AIX, etc. people.
> seal your e-mail: http://www.gnupg.org/
NetBSD. Not Guano.
-- Hubert Feyrer