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Thu, 10 Mar 2005


People asking me to sign their Debian DVDs? Am I becoming important???

Oh, dear me... if only my momy could see me now!

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CeBIT - Day 1

Our booth is ready, the net connection is set up and running, I got a couple of hours sleep and the first invitations. Debian is ready for CeBIT.

I took some first pictures. Sorry about the quality, my camera is not the best:

booth from the one side our
booth from the other side the
CeBIT Special DVD we made with the help of the LinuxUser magazine

If I take more pictures, I will upload them to my gallery as usual.

BTW: I hate it, to live in a banana republic.

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Wed, 09 Mar 2005

Arrived today at the CeBIT

This is the first year, where Debian will have its very own booth. I arrived a couple of hours ago, and builded our booth. Looks nice, and Internet connection is (as you can see) available, too. And it's fast - especially compared to the "broadband" connection of the Hotel in Peking ;)

Beside a small misunderstanding with Byteaction and Fujitsu-Siemens, who offered us some hardware, it everything went very smooth.

I'll take some pictures tomorrow and keep you up to date.

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Sun, 27 Feb 2005

If I get mails...

...asking what you need to do, to get an invitation for the Debian booth party at this years CeBIT or if this Party will be open for everyone, it seems to be time for a clear statement:

Yes, it is true: I announced a booth party. Please read my mail to the -events-eu list carefully. Especially the part bout the circumstances the post skriptum.


If you would to sponsor a booth party you are still allowed to contact me ;)

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Sat, 26 Feb 2005

Still feeling sleepy...

after the odyssey during the last days. Well, I promised you details about the DVDs we created for CeBIT. But as I said: I still feeling sleepy, and I should better start packing my luggage for my trip to china.

Although most work on the DVD was done by Jörg Jaspert and Martin Zobel-Helas, my statistic looks impressive, too:

Days spend for the project:4
Kilometers traveled by train:> 800
Kilometers traveled by foot:>35
Money spend for train tickets:> 130€
Weight earned on a one week apple (where for free at LOTS and fast food diet: 2.5kg
Money spend for fast food:> 40€
Helped organizing more than 25'000 Debian DVDs to be spread during CeBIT:priceless

There are funny thinks you can't buy :)

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Alexander Tolimar Reichle-Schmehl lives in Tuttlingen / Germany. He works as IT manager (specialized on Unix and SAN/Storage) for an international automotive supplier.