[Open-graphics] LinuxTag 2009 Call for Projects
Timothy Normand Miller
theosib at gmail.com
Sun Mar 22 11:11:02 EDT 2009
There's another show coming up soon in California, and there are some
people going who want some materials from us. How about we work
together on collecting together some older stuff and maybe some new
things too. There's a company that can make OGD1 boards more cheaply
in smaller quantities who we're in talks with, and they want to show
our design at this show. I'll get you more details.
On 3/22/09, Attila Kinali <attila at kinali.ch> wrote:
> Moin People,
> It's again time for the LinuxTag preparations.
> I plan to go there this year too, hopefully with
> a working OGD1 to show a bit off :-)
> For the booth we'd need at least two others to help
> at the booth to have a good presentation. Other than
> being there during the day and talking with lots of
> interesting people it'll exploring the dark side
> of Berlin during the night ;-)
> So, any volunteers to help me have fun over there? :-)
> Attila Kinali
> Begin forwarded message:
> Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 12:39:43 +0100
> From: Marko Jung | LinuxTag <mjung at linuxtag.org>
> To: LinuxTag Project Veterans <projects-veterans at linuxtag.org>
> Subject: [LT-Pro-Veterans] Call for Projects 2009
> Dear Projects,
> We would like to inform you about:
> == Call for Projects ==
> LinuxTag's philosophy is to promote cooperation between companies and
> free software projects. Income from the participation of profit-oriented
> companies allows LinuxTag to finance a professional platform where open
> projects can present the broad diversity of free software to the public.
> LinuxTag is looking for projects to participate in this year's
> exhibition. The Call for Projects contains everything that project
> members need to know about the conditions. To participate, send a
> substantive description of your project by March 24th, 2009. You should
> not wait to the end of the deadline, because we will inform projects,
> that have been exhibiting at last year's LinuxTag, within a few days
> after their submission whether they may participate or not at this
> year's show.
> We improved the whole process, so please take the time to read through
> the Call for Projects  and before you submit an application using the
> virtual Conference Center (vCC) .
>  http://wiki.linuxtag.org/w/fp:Call_for_Projects
>  https://vcc.linuxtag.org/
> Thank you for your support and please stay tuned.
> Best regards,
> Marko Jung
> on behalf of the Project Committee LinuxTag 2009
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Timothy Normand Miller
Open Graphics Project
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