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Sat, 12 Mar 2005

CeBIT: "yellow thingies"

If you are wondering how to find our booth: It's in the Hall 6, Booth H18-402, in the LinuxPark which you can really easy find when, search for those yellow thingies:

yellow thingies

If someone has an idea, how to describe those (which glow yellow in reality, blame my cheap digicam) in English, please drop me an e-mail.

Oh, BTW: Does anyone know the English translation for the German idiom "Beutelratte"?

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CeBIT: Day 3

It's Saturday, which means: Students can get in to the exhibition cheaper... Well, I'm sure you noticed, that I didn't blogged that much today. Try to imagine, what's going on here.



I don't have time to read my e-mails, but I receive SPAM! I need to tweak my filters a bit.

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Fri, 11 Mar 2005

And now for something completly different:

An not so crazy guy:

not so crazy guy from italy

This italien guy traveled all the long way from italy to Hanover. When he finaly arrived at our booth and got one of our DVDs, he just said: "And now I fullfilled my goal for this day.

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Current stats:

People simply thanking us: More than 34.

Especially noted should be the austrian, who repeated his "Thanks" several minutes, telling us, that he tried neary every Distribution out there, even several BSD derivates and Solaris. He came to the conclussion that "Debian is the best out there [especially because] of the good security support".

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An picture of an other nearly crazy guy:

He realy wanted to buy one of those UFie Mike posters, but we only have one in good condition, save the one the guys from the Chemnitzer Linux-Tag printed for us (printed on DinA4 sheets glued together and looking a bit pixelig, including some footprints of my shoes on one side, Sorry).

Happy: The new owner of a signed Mike poster

He thought it is okay, and left a big donation and asked for a signature on the poster ;)

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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.