Contributed by: Dirk Wednesday, March 22 2006 @ 03:15 pm EST
Geeklog will have its own booth at this year's LinuxTag[*1] which takes place in Wiesbaden/Germany from May 3rd to 6th.
LinuxTag[*2] , now in its 11th year, touts itself as the
world's no. 1 Linux expo and conference. Here's your chance to learn about new open source projects and meet the developers as well as companies using and developing open source software. The exhibition[*3] is accompanied by presentations (Thursday[*4] , Friday[*5] , Saturday[*6] ) and workshops (Friday[*7] , Saturday[*8] ) on all aspects of open source use and development.
Geeklog users and developers may especially be interested in this workshop[*9] .
This is the first time that Geeklog will be present at an exhibition so make sure to spread the word. And don't forget to drop by and say "Hi!" if you get the chance (we're in booth #101).
I'll be manning the Geeklog booth myself on all four days but could use some company. Markus (aka 1000ideen[*10] ) will be joining me on Friday and Saturday to demonstrate how to do podcasts[*11] with Geeklog (plugin currently under development[*12] ). If anyone would be willing to help out on the first two days (Wednesday and Thursday) - if only for a few hours - that would be great. Please contact me[*13] for details.
And a Big Thanks! to the LinuxTag organisers for providing us with a free booth.
[Update 2006-04-08] Added booth number and workshop links.
(This article will be updated when more information becomes available.)