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Thu, 16 Mar 2006

[CeBIT] Back

No, I didn't continued to blog and upload later. But at least I thought I let you know, that I'm back.

As soon as I reached the bottom of my mail backlog, I'll write a small report.

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Thu, 09 Mar 2006

[CeBIT] Good morning!

Some times I hate travelling with the train. Somehow you allways end up to arrive later than planed. Damn.

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Wed, 08 Mar 2006

[CeBIT] We won't have net!

Latest news from the CeBIT booth of the Debian project: We won't have net access. There must have been some kind of missunderstanding; I knew we wouldn't have any fast connection, but I thought we would have at least something! Makes it difficult to show what Debian is realy about: A living, vibrant community, where everyone can participate. Makes it entirely impossible to try to find the answer to questions visitors ask where you don't know the answer yet.

BTW: I don't have any net access at my accomodation, too. So these blog entries are some kind of futile. But last year, when I spend the whole CeBIT at our booth, blogging kept me from getting insane (more than usual). So I might continue writing down stuff.

But hey! That's not that bad! So you know that I got online, when I flood planet. You might even hope, that I read some of my e-mails...

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[CeBIT] Note to myself:

Next year I should realy reserve a seat in the train...

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Thu, 09 Feb 2006

[CeBIT] Note to myself:

Next time we do some kind of special DVD (e.g. multiboot with updated kernel and some backports), we should start working on it sooner.

PS: Yes, I know. I said it every time I was involved and Ganneff said it everytime he was involved, too. But this time we mean it!

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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.