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Debian @Linuxtag 2009 – Last call for help

Hi, okay – this is my last call for help. Currently I have one, maybe two people that want to help on the Linuxtag booth on June 24th – 26th in Berlin, Germany. Linuxtag is the largest Linux and Open Source in Germany
whith 10.000 expected visitors.
I think that two people are not enough to run a booth. If this call for
help does not succeed I’ll have to cancel the booth. So if you are in Berlin
during June 24th – 27th please be so kind and participate to the Debian
booth. You don’t have to be a Linux/Debian expert, just a little bit
motivated :) .

Thanks in advance

Alex

[1] http://www.linuxtag.de
[2] http://wiki.debian.org/DebianEventsDe/2009/LinuxTag
— Alexander Wirt, formorer@formorer.de CC99 2DDD D39E 75B0 B0AA B25C D35B BC99 BC7D 020A

One Response to “Debian @Linuxtag 2009 – Last call for help” »

  1. Comment by John Abbott — May 25, 2009 @ 8:38 pm

    I really feel your frustration. Here is a perfect opportunity for the non-developer to give something back to the community. It costs nothing but a little bit of time and you will meet incredibly friendly people. I’m in the Southern Tip of Texas and facing the same problem for the Software Freedom Day. I cannot get volunteers to hand out CD’s I have personally appealed to my 36 member LUG without a single taker.

    What is wrong with folks? They like (love) Linux, download it freely and yet can’t give up part of a day to help with its spread.

    Come on folks – you really owe it to the community!!

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