Ubuntu 11.04 Release Party - Update

David Raison david at hackerspace.lu
Thu Mar 24 21:12:41 UTC 2011


Dear Linux-Fans,

as we're approaching the month of the Natty-Narwhal release, we would
both like to supply you with an update to the tentative schedule for our
release party as with a deadline for your talk and workshop proposals.

The schedule currently looks like this:


== Presentations ==

    * 6.30 - 6.50pm, Loïc Didelot (MIXvoip): Ubuntu VS Debian, CentOS,
Gentoo. Why MIXvoip chose Ubuntu

    * 7.00 - 7.20pm, Jan Guth (syn2cat): What the heck is GNU/Linux and
what does Ubuntu stand for?

    * 7.30 - 7.50pm, Marc Morocutti (ION Group): Paravirtualise Ubuntu
in XenServer.

== Workshops ==

    * 7.30 - 8.00pm, Jan Guth (syn2cat): Ubuntu: One small click for a
user, but a giant benefit for mankind

    * 8.00 - 8.30pm, Dennis Fink (syn2cat): Introduction to the shell

The website [0] to the release party will be constantly updated and does
also have more information on the above presentations and workshops.


== Call for Proposals Deadline ==

We would kindly request that you submit your proposals for either a talk
of 15 to 20 minutes or a workshop of up to one hour until April 12th,
11pm latest. As mentioned in our previous mail, the topic of your
proposal doesn't necessarily have to focus on the Ubuntu operating
system but should be related to Unix in one way or another.


== Party ==

Don't worry though, this event is not called a party without reason. We
will of course have drinks, food and amenable people during all of the
evening.

sincerely,
David Raison

[0] https://www.hackerspace.lu/wiki/Ubuntu_11.04_Release_Party

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