LinuxTag is the most important place for Linux and open source software in Europe. In 2010, the 16th LinuxTag presents news for professional users, decision makers, developers, beginners and the Linux community - from 9th until 12th June on the Fairground in Berlin. For more information, go to the LinuxTag 2010 website.
Here are instructions how you get to Linuxtag.
Simon Schampijer will be organizing Sugar's presence at LinuxTag 2010.
Are you planning to attend? Add your name and contact info below!
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|Alexej Simakov||-||to be determined||-|
|Henry Frankenberger||-||to be determined||-|
Sugar does advocate the concepts of activities - you learn through doing, so if you want more learning you want more doing. So the Sugar Labs team wants to get engaged at Linuxtag:
- We will have a booth at Linuxtag, like we had last year, more information can be found below.
- Sebastian Dziallas, one of the main figures behind Sugar on a Stick will be talking about leveraging communities. The talk The Open Source Way: Leveraging Communities will be Friday, 11.06.2010, 10:30-11:00 o'clock in the room Europa II.
Please list your availability if you are interested in helping with the booth. Or if you already know which shifts you want to take, feel free to add yourself in the second table. German skills are welcome - but not needed. Ideally a shift is two people, but given the space reserved at the booth size I think we can get away with one as well. Helping at the booth means answering questions regarding Sugar and Sugar Labs and the largest deployer of Sugar One Laptop Per Child (OLPC). Of course you don't have to be an expert in all of the areas. Furthermore we will have hardware for demoing Sugar and flashing Sugar on a Stick (Soas) on request.
People helping at the booth will get a Linuxtag ticket.
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- Tuesday 08.06.10 - roughly 15.00: Booth Setup
- Saturday 12.06.10 - 18.30++: Booth tear-down and cleanup after the exhibition hall closes.
- all times are local Berlin times
We have a coops (Germans would say Kabüffchen as a diminutive of Kabuff) at the booths. As this is only meant for booth equipment all the other belongings like jackets, luggage etc can be stored at the wardrobe without any cost.
Power and Internet Connectivity
Power and Internet will be provided by LinuxTag and Messe Berlin for the project booths. What we need are:
- extension cords
- long network cables
Not permitted by Linuxtag:
- wireless access points (You are not permitted to operate your private wireless LAN. Please take this serious. There will be several site surveys to ensure this.) - Mesh networking is allowed though
- coffeemakers, kettles and cooking stuff
- connect visitors to the project's network
to be determined
- Sugar Labs Booth Banner (1)
- Sugar Labs balloons (30), bars (68), clips (50)
- Flyers (~80 German, ~80 English)
- Accommodation Information from Linuxtag
- Pension Freiraum
- Nice area with bars restaurant cafe, about 25 minutes to the conference
- Hotel Funkturm
- right next door to the conference area (room 4-6 persons, 100euro per night for the room, inclusive breakfast)
to be determined
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