KDE at LinuxTag - more infos

Ralf Nolden nolden at kde.org
Thu Jun 19 07:43:30 BST 2003

On Mittwoch, 18. Juni 2003 21:32, Ralf Nolden wrote:


two imporant points:

- feel free to bring laptops etc with you for any hacking (of course !!)
- unfortunately you have to take care for your own accomodation. At the time 
when Rainer and Danimo wanted to take care of the accomodations the Etap 
hotel was already booked out; if you don't have an accomodation yet then the 
Debian project might have a place to sleep in a sports hall again. At any 
rate, if you don't have any accomodation at all please bring your sleeping 
bags !!

- Social Event: I currently don't have any idea if the LT will organize one. 
However, even if the will it won't be cheap and we'd have a hard time 
organizing free entry tickets. Instead I'll see if we can get together on 
Saturday evening (which is when most people will be there so a social event 
would make some sense for us KDE people). 

If you know someone who's got a garden and a grill and lives in Karlsruhe (and 
who would greatefully offer the garden for a saturday night KDE party :-)) 
please let me know :-)


> Hi,
> as LinuxTag comes closer and finding out that our Orga this year is not
> much better than for other projects :-) I would like everyone who will be
> there and available for working at the KDE booth to drop me a mail with
> - exact dates when in Karlsruhe
> - exact hours when you want to do any service in the booth
> - which project you would like to show:
> a) KDE Desktop
> b) KOffice
> c) KDevelop
> d) PIM
> (we have 4 machines presumably, so only 4 major topics are possible on the
> main machines)
> Additional stuff like Multimedia, PIM or any other special purpose
> applications like kdeedu programs or e.g. kile are possible on either
> machine.
> I'm planning to have two machines run SuSE 8.2 and two other machines run
> Debian. If you want Free/Open/Net BSD show up on wednesday evening and
> bring your CD's :-) and we'll install that on one of the machines (and you
> will be held reliable if you leave with the root password before sunday, be
> assured
> :-))
> If anyone has a chance to find out a local place where we could spend a KDE
> social event evening feel free to make proposals in case.... uhm, guess
> most people know about last year's story :-))
> Booth staff required:
> 4 people on the demo points
> 1 person at the Theke (reception)
> 1 person bringing people around and keeping an overview :-)
> Shifts should be no longer than 3 to 4 hours at once so you can go to talks
> and walk around or sit in the sun in the park outside (or go and buy water
> bottles and brezeln). That means we need about 10 to 15 different people
> during the show. Most difficult will be thursday but will also be the day
> with the lowest traffic, so we'll just rotate around the 4 people at the
> demo points if necessary :-)
> I'm currently taking care of the equipment and hopefully will have
> confirmations by next week if we get the stuff we need. Eva and Matze will
> bring last year's KDE e.V. equipment.
> If someone can bring up a beer sponsor, feel free to take care of that
> issue as well.
> Ralf
> PS: KDE T-shirts are still available. Mail Eva at kde.org for one if you don't
> want to wear a kid's toddler during LT. I'll come in shorts if the weather
> stays that way it is right now or cut off the legs of my suit trousers.

We're not a company, we just produce better code at less costs.
Ralf Nolden
nolden at kde.org

The K Desktop Environment       The KDevelop Project
http://www.kde.org              http://www.kdevelop.org
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