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Heck of a job there, it asbloutely helps me out.


Coordinate before sending.

Goodies / Freebies

  • Use what we have.
  • Kubuntu -> Thierry will check feasibility


  • make price list
  • print forms to note down sales and new memberships

Organized pricelist with prepared sheets to write down what has been sold.

"LAN Party" (actually, more of a demo for games...)

  • Test in exact same configuration as being used at Fest (being careful about peripherals, such as USB mice too!)
  • Organize games (2 weeks in advance)


  • Games
    • [complete this list please]
  • Software
    •  ??
    •  ??

Food & drinks

  • Order soft drinks (Ets. Rossi in Dudelange)
    • 3 boxes each of Coke, Vittel, Beer should be sufficient (1 week in advance)
    • Order less ice-tea than 2005, we had leftovers! (one box of each type should be enough!)
    • A few bottels of Beckerich, Viva
    • Maybe some Rosport (Blue)
  • Contact Transfair for
    • Coffee
    • Wine
    • Snacks
  • Food
    • Order Pizza in time to start at 14.00.
  • Free (as in liberty) Beer: VoresOel (EricDondelinger)
    • Eric will start this weekend (May 26/27)


  • We should have a couple of CDs of various distributions to hand out. 2 of each kind should be largely enough
    (most people actually have either already bought a version themselves, or buy one at our stand)
    • Kubuntu
    • Fedora
    • Knoppix (possibly customized LiLux version, needs time (!), yes i think its too late now, but for next year we could think of it ...) -> cf. HURD :-)
    • SuSE
    • Debian
    • Mandrake
    • OpenCD
    • Plan for enough blank CDs in case we run out of one distro
    • Ubuntu & Kubuntu: check when the official version may be shipped...



  • Ethernet Cables
  • Hubs / switches
  • Spare keyboards
  • Spare monitors
  • "multiprises"
  • Wi-Fi access point
  • Demo computers
  • "Dymo" labelling machine
  • Our Goodies: I think that we should buy new goodies such as Mousepads, Baseballcaps.. with a Linux Logo. What do you think?

For demo:

  • Astronomy programs demo AlexLoes: As I am member of AAL, I will do it.
  • Sun Ultra 30 running Debian