Tue, 01 Mar 2005
...the other food they served us, but at least it smiles back and doesn't just stare at you:
Personal node: Traveling 9 hours to the land of the funny food, to get your lunch from Star Bucks????
I finished my talk 30 Minutes ago and got three mails thanking for my "clearly explaination in [my] speech" or "the wonderful and interesting talk on what we can do to help Debian".
- collect feedback
- merge Information about QA and CDDs which where covered by own talks and therefore aren't covered in my talk
- transfer the half written TeX-Paper to sgml or xml, upload it to Debian Documentation project
- Get in contact with the guy who did a similar talk recently an CONSOL in Mexico, see what he found to be important.
- revise and upload my talk
Any other hints?
...was not really bad, but not as good as possible. Actually, I think I shouldn't use the word "good" at all.
I thought that delivering a talk about "HOW TO help Debian" would be a nice idea - especially since Debian Developers are not that common here in Asia as they are back home in Europe or in the USA.
I still think it is an interesting topic, but for various reasons I was bad prepared. As I mentioned previously so When I did the first dry run, it took my roughly 2 hours - a little bit to long for a 45 Minute talk :(
So I spend most of the night with restructuring and shortening my talk. And I fell to the other extreme - I shorted it a bit to much, removing some nice examples. Well actually I thought there would be more questions after the talk, but there seems to be a cultural difference.
Mon, 28 Feb 2005
After the bugs yesterday - only a squashed fried bug is a good bug - today they served amongst other things duck skin (tastes nice with sugar), duck bone soup (didn't liked that), a sweet sour fish (including hat and tail, if you turned it right, you could see his eyes) and duck brain (tastes salty and is quite small).
And they promised us more funny food for tomorrow :-)
1 hour 'till keysigning party, and I forgot to print some additional fingerprints!