[Ffmpeg-devel] Re: Linuxtag 2006
Fri Feb 3 17:46:03 CET 2006
Diego Biurrun said:
> On Fri, Feb 03, 2006 at 04:02:09PM +0000, M?ns Rullg?rd wrote:
>> Diego Biurrun said:
>> > I'm glad that finally somebody else is taking the initiative to push
>> > this forward. I will be there for the whole duration of the event and I
>> > will help you with the organization. So will Roberto.
>> Great. I've registered the project on the Linuxtag website. It's
>> shouting at me for not providing a German description of the project.
>> Is that a requirement? My German isn't quite up to the task, I'm afraid.
> Fill in the English stuff and add a few people to the project. Once I
> have an account I can quickly translate the texts to German.
I can't add people until it's been accepted.
>> > So what can we do?
>> > * Put up the obligatory MPlayer poster, but also something more, maybe a
>> > diagram that explains the inner workings of multimedia players/files
>> > or NUT-related stuff.
>> Who can print large formats?
> FYI, I still have the big MPlayer logo poster from last year.
Good, remember to bring it.
>> > * Live-CDs, we wanted to make one last year, it did not get finished in
>> > time..
>> How far did it get? Are there some rotting bits on someones hard drive that
>> could be revived, or is it better to start afresh?
> Luca Barbato wanted to create a Gentoo live CD. Dunno how far he got in
> the end.
Luca, are you around?
>> > * Collect donations, sell CDs with multimedia software on it. We were
>> > asked about this constantly the last two years. Download seems to be
>> > nice, take away better...
>> We could burn these on demand, and avoid wasting blanks.
> Given the price of blank CDs this should not be a big issue.
> It would
> be nice if we could at least print a logo or something on the CDs. We
> had some preliminary logos last year, IIRC Alexander Strasser made them.
Alexander, do you still have them buried somewhere?
mru at inprovide.com
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