When & Where
Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)
Aula Congress Centre;
The Aula Congress Centre is very well reachable by car and public transport;
free parking space is at a short walk's distance.
There is some short-term loading/unloading space right at the entrance,
under the large overhanging structure.
Debian is supposed to have "one whole booth: one normal table and
wall (about 2 sq-m)".
"The exact size of the tables is not known yet."
And the back wall actually isn't just any wall:
"These walls have two parts, each
1 meter wide and 2 meters in height."
More details may follow.
"It is permitted to sell T-shirts and similar small goods."
Entrance to the Free Software Bazaar
talks and BoF sessions
is free for all.
(Access to the "official" SANE tutorial and conference sessions is
Access time for visitors: 18:30 - 22:00 local time (CEST).
Access time for booth staff: 17:00 - 23:30
Booth personnel is kindly requested to stay until at least 22:30.
Internet connectivity: open, unsecured 802.11b/g WiFi network with SSID
During the evening, people from Source21 are taking interviews for
Several things have to be done/made/organized (in no particular order):
Joey has none, Alex Schmehl didn't respond.
So ordered new ones to be printed, including some to sell.
(also see the general
event materials page).
Joost van Baal will bring a small pile (1 cm) of Debian flyers; not the
latest, but still usable. More & newer are useful.
Wouter Verhelst's stack is on its way to Anne Bezemer.
Computers for demo purposes + monitors/speakers/network cards/cables etc.
Gateway WiFi to wired network
Guus Sliepen will bring WiFi stuff.
Stuff to sell
We will have CD/DVD-burning capabilities.
We have some simple Debian-logo posters (A0 format)
to sell, as well as some nice Debian mugs.
Stuff to show on video projector; long VGA cables to connect it
During the evening, "a few hundred visitors" are expected to visit
more than 30 booths
run by a wide variety of "free and open" communities. There are also
talks and BoF sessions.
Several distinct types of visitors can be expected:
Sysadmins etc. visiting the SANE conference: "System Administration
and Network Engineering"; will probably already know about Linux in general;
Linux and Open Source enthousiasts from all over the Netherlands / EU;
Delft University students and personnel; will probably have limited
knowledge of the "Open Source" concept.