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Re: Chemnitzer Linuxtage 2022 Call for Presentations/Participation/Lectu

From: Jonas Hahnfeld
Subject: Re: Chemnitzer Linuxtage 2022 Call for Presentations/Participation/Lectures
Date: Mon, 27 Dec 2021 11:32:57 +0100
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Am Mittwoch, dem 15.12.2021 um 23:44 +0100 schrieb David Kastrup:
> Hi,
> after the "big" Linuxtag event folded, the Chemnitzer Linuxtage are the
> largest such event in Germany, typically drawing about 2500-3000
> visitors each year.  In 2020, they were forced to fold with something
> like a week of advance notice.  In 2021, the event was virtual.  In
> 2022, this will again be the case.
> They have turned the floor plan of the lecture hall building normally
> used (the "Orangerie") into a walk-through game that opens up Jitsi
> sessions at stands and meeting points and connects to Big Blue Button
> sessions in the various lecture rooms.  The hallways are, as it was with
> the in-person conference, set with project stands where vendors or free
> software projects can present their projects and help users and other
> interested people with their problems or their questions.
> This would be an opportunity to set up a LilyPond stand, along with
> posters, presentations and people manning the stand, without actually
> involving traveling to Chemnitz.  Video conference capable hardware is
> all that is required, as is a typical web browser.
> I'll probably try registering a talk about LilyPond unless someone else
> wants to do this: after all, I may not be the most active user nor
> developer these days, and there may be other talk topics I might want to
> consider.
> Conference languages are generally German and English, but the main
> language tends to be German and that tends to also be the language of
> the typical visitors.  In the in-person conferences, there was a lot of
> locals present because the entrance fee is negligible at about $10 for
> the weekend.  While the virtual format is likely to draw a bit more
> international audience, this conference draws a lot of recurring
> audience, so the basic visitor setup will likely still end up being
> quite German-centric.
> The link for the calls for participation/lectures is at
> <>.  The deadlines are
> early January I think.
> While the evening event for active presenters/lecturers/personnel will
> be short of the great buffet accompanying the in-person events, one will
> likely still meet up afterwards in the virtual space at the lecture hall
> and walk the usual tables looking for the usual participants, from the
> space of one's private computer.
> Anyone interested in promoting LilyPond there?

Hi David,

sorry for the late reply; I'd be willing to participate in the event
and be present at the LilyPond stand. Let me know if you need something
for the submission, if you haven't done so already.


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