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Wed, 03 Mar 2010

[CeBIT] How to get instantly the attention of your audience of your talk

Start with the sentence: I'm pleased to present you on this Windows notebook in the Linux forum a talk about FreeBSD...

How to not loose their attention

Have the Windows notebook you where supplied with install some security updates during your talk, and then be constantly busy clicking the Please reboot popups away...

Well, I hope the video was working. I'm really looking forward to see that video.

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Tue, 02 Mar 2010

[CeBIT] Link to my Debian GNU/kFreeBSD talk

Sorry; I didn't made it in the promised 15 minutes (as someone turned the internet off), but here is finally the link to my (German) slides of my Debian GNU/kFreeBSD talk. (Sorry, no fancy website arround that, yet.)

I would also like to make clear, that Debian does not plan to drop its support for the Linux kernel. Debian will continue to release a linux based distribution. You may install the very same distribution based upon a FreeBSD kernel. It's your choice.

A several people asked that at our booth, I guess there is somewhere a misunderstanding, but I don't know the root if that missunderstanding. If someone could tell me, why he thought so (maybe I missed a unclear formulation somewhere?) I would be very glad and try to improve it.

So, thanks again for the kbsd people, who helped alot and really tried to answer every stupid question I came up with during preparing my talk :)

postet at 21:17 into [Debian/events/cebit-2010] permanent link

Mon, 01 Mar 2010

[CeBIT] Free tickets for CeBIT

Sorry, I didn't had the time to update RC Bug statistics last week, and will probably also not be able this week, as I'll be quite busy, as CeBIT is about to start tomorrow, and I haven't written a script to create the statistics, yet.

While we are talking about CeBIT, you might already know, that Debian will again be present there. This as partner of Univention, a German company using Debian as base for its own distribution. I would like to thank them very much for their short hand acceptance of us at their booth.

If you intend to visit us (Hall 2, stand B36) and still have not ticket, feel free to drop me an E-Mail. We got some free tickets and I'll try to send you the link (you'll need to register at the CeBIT website and print your ticket yourself).

postet at 15:49 into [Debian/events/cebit-2010] permanent link

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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.