DragonFly users List (threaded) for 2004-09
Re: Dutch LinuxWorld
"Devon H. O'Dell" <dodell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Douwe Kiela wrote:
> > "Devon H. O'Dell" <dodell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >>Well, I'm not Dutch, but I live in Holland. If we were to have a stand
> >>there, I'd certainly go. I've got the tools to make artwork / flyers and
> >>such. Any advocacy is good advocacy IMO :).
> > Hey, cool.. But like Martin already said.. it's a bit of a short notice.
> > Will you be able to do all that stuff before the event starts? How about
> > transport and such? I can go by train but if I have to take a PC with me
> > that isn't a good idea. The next event that I know of that we could go
> > Europe is EuroBSDCon in Karlruhe, Germany. 29 till 31 october. But
> > far away :-)
> > We could also get someone to do a talk.. (not me, lol) about
> > there..
> Well, my main problem with going to EuroBSDCon is the $. I don't have
> enough to make it, to be more precise (transportation/food/etc). I don't
> know what this LinuxWorld stuff will cost, because I hadn't been
> following the thread until now, but that's ok.
> I work from home, so I'm pretty OK with setting times. Joerg also asked
> if I could get something together for a t-shirt for EBSDCon (*ahem,
> Joerg* still need details about that ;)).
> Besides, it'd be a good excuse for all us Dutchies (there are 6 or 7 of
> us, I think) to all get together. Hell, we could even do monthly DFUG
> meetings ;)
> Anyway, there's still 2 weeks for this stuff, so that should be doable.
Ok, so are we going to do this or not? All in favour say "Aye"! We need
somebody to be the spokesperson and arrange the stand. We need to be allowed
by the LinuxWorld organisation. EuroBSDCon depends on the $$ for me aswell,
which might get tricky. That's why a convention close to home is ideal for