This is the public invitation for Linux developers to attend this years' Linux Developers Meeting in Oldenburg. The scope of this meeting is to port Linux to non-intel architectures. It is derived from the linux/m68k meeting 1995 in Solingen , though, recently there were a lot of other architectures as well.
Just like the last years, the purpose of this meeting is to get as much of the Linux/m68k core developers and active users together to discuss current problems, show off projects, exchange news, and generally to have fun.
Like last year, the meeting will take place from thursday afternoon (September 27th) to sunday evening (September 30th). You don't have to attend from thursday, it's an offer for those of you who would like to and who can afford coming early. If you can't make it that early, just join when you can afford it. The meeting will take place at the same place like last year (that is University of Oldenburg, Wechloy).
For those of you, who don't know Oldenburg yet, it's in the northern part of Germany. That means, you'll find lots of green areas (trees, meadows etc.), good air and less industries. The meeting will be held at the science building of the University of Oldenburg, in Oldenburg Wechloy.
If you would like to attend the meeting, please send back this form, so I can calculate space, power, food and stuff. Space, power and connectivity will thankfully be sponsored by the University, food and stuff will be sponsored by ffis e.V., except dinner in restaurants. We will be able to use showers inside of the sport building.
You'll need to take with you these things: machines, monitors, technical documentation (very important), enough triple plugs for your machines, some network cabling, some hubs/switches, sleeping bag, air mattress, towel, shower stuff, plate, cutlery, coffee mug.
Comprehensive Information are on the web: http://oldenburger.linuxtage.de/Oldenburg2001/
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