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Thu, 10 Mar 2005

There was just someone

...from company (Scheeder & Partner, who just liked to say: "Thank you!"

They are very happy Debian users. For 10 years now. Wow.

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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, 06 Mar 2005

Arrived in Chemnitz

After a 15 hour trip (9 via plane, 6 via train), I finally made it to Chemnitz, Germany, where an other event is held. Well, I just popped in, when nearly the entire buffet of the social event was cleaned up. As said: I have a good timing ;)

At least I will have nearly two full days to recover, when I get home on Monday, before I need to depart again to Hanover for CeBIT.

Thanks again for the invitation to Beijing, it was really nice to meet all you guys there.

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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.