Posts tagged ‘Germany’

It’s the time of the year again. LinuxTag is right up and, of course, Debian is part of it. But, it wouldn’t be us if we didn’t have any problems at all. Well, the situation isn’t real badâ„¢ but could deserve some improvement. Improvement about what, you ask? Isn’t that obvious? It’s man power that we need (women shall feel included :)).

Now, LinuxTag 2011 is going to happen, with or without you, on May 11th to 14th. Needless to say that you’ll be missing quite a lot if you don’t attend. I mean, even Zack will be there. And so will I (most probably at least). And even more… Who’s willing to miss that, really? So, pack your stuff, get a train ticket or your car or your friend’s car or the car of a friend of your friend who knows a friend who doesn’t know you but still wants to give you his car which you don’t even need since you already have the car of that friend of your friend and now you have two cars and can even bring another bunch of fellas who probably own cars themselves and now you’re thinking about the environment because of all the cars that will come to Berlin and because of that you suddenly buy a train ticket and leave all three cars at home… and in the end only one thing counts: you’ll be there. Oh, and before you drive off to your local train station, please put your name into our neat little list so we can count on you as booth staff — that’s because we need man power in case you missed that section or somehow forgot it while thinking about that guy who is the friend of your friend that owns a car but rather comes by train as it saves the environment.