November 7th, 2010 von buergermeister
Yesterday I was in Potsdam at Brandenburger Linux-Infotag, it was my 7th visit at this event. Its one of the smaller events in Germany. They started with the event in the city Brandenburg and moved 3 years ago to Potsdam at the university there, since then the event grows up a little bit.
This year they had a bigger program with workshops, 3 tracks and 3 tracks with talks.
For me it was as I said my 7th visit and I had every year a talk or/and a workshop there. This year I had a talk “The openSUSE A-Z guide” there and of course an workshop about Inkscape. For my talk the worst case scenario did happen. I prepared my talk and put him on an usb stick, the stick crashed. I can be lucky that Pavol load up a older version of them to prezi, so I had some slides to show.
The questions I got after the talk was very heavy, they liked to know about our strategy and what happend when Novell would be saled. Another question was about about our education spin, L-i-f-e and how often its used in Germany. So the first question earned the give away really, I gave him a openSUSE beer.
I wasnt the only openSUSE presenter Ralf Danner from Novell had an talk about SUSE Studio and the openSUSE buildservice, hop his talk was also good filled with listeners then mine. Look to that talk I hadnt time because my workshop started at the same time.
If you like to change some points, I used as font Dman Noisy Kids from Blambot.com but dont forget to make a path from the font