International Linux Kongress 2001When: November 28th - 30th
Where: Enschede, The Netherlands
More Info: http://www.linux-kongress.org/
International Linux Kongress is Europe's one and only developer congress targetting the the Linux community. Famous topics have always been kernel and driver development as well as interfaces to professional software. This year's congress takes place at the University of Twente in The Netherlands.
The Debian project has been offered to hold a workshop and run a booth during the congress. The workshop takes place on Wednesday from 12 o'clock until 18 o'clock and will contain both technical and political issues of the Debian Project. However, the content of it will mainly be controlled by what the audience would like to know. The workshop will be run by Martin "Joey" Schulze and other Debian developers. Thomas Lange will also give a talk about the Fully Automatic Installation (FAI) which will take place at Thursday 11:30-12:15.
We will probably go out for dinner on Wednesday and attend the social event of Linux Kongress on Thursday evening. Feel free to meet us there.
Main Coordinator: Martin Schulze