with my account of last year ...
I did, what I have to do; I started the request of Projects and begun
the explanation for the Fedora Booth at the Linuxtag.
In the next few days I come back with a alot of questions regarding the
Linuxtag because I need your help, also your knowledge and manpower
-------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht --------
> Von: Marko Jung|LinuxTag <mjung(a)linuxtag.org>
> Antwort an: projects-announce(a)linuxtag.org, Marko Jung|LinuxTag
> An: projects-announce(a)linuxtag.org
> Betreff: [LT06-Pro-Announce] Infomail #1, Februar 7, 2007
> Datum: Wed, 07 Feb 2007 10:35:44 +0100
> Dear Project,
> with this mailing we would like to inform you about:
> o Call for Projects
> o Project Workshops
> 1. Call for Projects
> Today we start the official 'Call for Projects' to exhibit at the
> 13th LinuxTag, May 30 - June 3, 2007 at Messegelände unter dem Funkturm,
> Berlin, Germany. Detailed information can be found at LinuxTag's website
> . Please take a look at our terms and read the FAQ. (An English
> translation of the FAQ will be provided soon.)
> The project committee has a very hard job to decide for some projects
> whether they will get a booth (sponsored by LinuxTag) or we have to
> charge them for it because of its strong commercial background. This
> decision is not easy to make and differs in each case, but we try to
> make it fair for everybody. Therefore we have updated the Virtual
> Conference Center  with some new questions concerning your projects
> contributors and community. By providing us as much information as
> possible, you can help us to ensure that only non-commercial projects
> can benefit from the sponsored booths.
> You should submit your application as soon as possible, because first
> application round ends February 23, 2007.
> 2. Project Workshops
> We would like to remember you not to forget to register for project
> workshops. Similar to the years before we will offer you so called
> "Workshop Rooms". Our plan is to jointly organise a "projects to
> projects program" or "developer to developer program". As last year
> schedule will be published on LinuxTag's website, so the schedule will
> be announced more widely.
> The main purpose for these rooms is to provide attending projects an
> opportunity to talk to other developers (not necessarily from the same
> project) and to go into detail for a larger group than what would be
> possible at the booth. Please note: all workshops will be open to the
> public and will be announced so. In special cases we can make an
> exception, but we would like to discuss this in detail with you, if you
> think a session should be non-public. LinuxTag provides presentation
> equipment and probably Internet connectivity for all five rooms. You can
> register for a workshop using your VCC-account and submit it like a
> paper using category "Project Workshop". Normally a slot is 60 Minutes,
> if your workshop takes longer leave us a note within your abstract. Also
> do so, if you have a preference for the day.
> You can neglect the licence because it is not planned to distribute your
> submission (like a paper for the conference program). But please do not
> forget to choose the language for your workshop submission. English may
> be your language of choice, but it is a valuable information for an
> interested visitor.
> Please register as soon as possible.
> If you have any questions feel free to contact us.
> Susanne Pfeifer, Wolfgang Drotschmann, Marko Jung & Martin Schulte
> Project Committee LinuxTag 2007
>  http://www.linuxtag.org/2007/en/community/projects/cfpro.html
>  http://www.linuxtag.org/vcc/
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