Debian Project at International Linux Kongress

November 24th, 2001

The Debian Project has been invited to attend the upcoming International Linux Kongress. International Linux Kongress is Europe's one and only developer congress targetting the Linux community. Linux core development (including kernel, drivers and libraries) have always been famous topics at Linux Kongress. This year's congress is held from November 28th to 30th at the Universiteit Twente in Enschede, the Netherlands.

The Debian project has been offered to give a workshop and run a booth during the congress. The workshop will take place on Wednesday, November 28th, from 12 o'clock until evening. It will contain both technical and political issues associated to the Debian Project.

Contrary to regular workshops this one is based on self-modifying code. Issues discussed within will reflect what the audience would like to have discussed. A lot of Debian developers will be around during the workshop, so that all issues should be addressed properly.

Additionally, Thomas Lange will give a talk about the Fully Automatic Installation (FAI) that he invented. His talk will take place on Thursday 11:30-12:15.

More information.

We invite all interested people to attend this conference, meet Debian developers and users, exchange GnuPG fingerprints, discuss various topics on Debian and Free Software, and otherwise participate in our vibrant community.