When? Where? What?
- When ? 06/04/2011
- Where ? Louvain-la-Neuve, Cité des Sciences
What ? La Foire du Libre
- Adrien RAMI
Sylvain DENIS (Half )
- Lucien Demeuse
- IRC meeting for coordination: proposed ... at ...h.. on IRC #ubuntu-be (initiated by the coordinator)
- Think about a good set-up of the booth, for example in U-form !
- Don't forget to add at the entrance of the fair posters inviting to the booth !
paper, attachments, various
Banner Belgian LoCo Team : (?)
- "Ubuntu highway to freedom is now open" (?)
- "Free your PC" (?)
- "Linux-Tux": (?)
- Simple posters for the entrance of the event : (?)
- Flyers 2009 Ubuntu-be : (?)
- Flyer use of live-CD : (?)
- Sheet Informatie-Information_Ubuntu.odt : (?)
- Pen's : (?)
- Tablecloth : (?)
- 1 inflatable Tux :
- x figuurtjes Tux : (?)
- Contribution urn : (?)
- Duct tape and other buro material : (?)
- 1 long power extension cords : (?)
- 3 power strips (4 sockets minimum) : (?)
- anti-theft cables for laptops : (?)
- CD's ( originals + copies + blanco) + paper bags: (?)
- boot-able USB sticks : (?)
- PC :
- laptops :
- netbook :
- additional flat screen s: (?)
- eID card reader : (?)
- beamer + screen : (?)
- Audio set : (?)
- External cd writer : (?)
- continuous slideshow : (see wiki)
- ISO's on an USB stick (Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Alternate, 64 bits, netbook, etc..) : (?)
Possibility of WiFi connection : ?
- Digital camera : (?)
- candies : (?)
- fresh drink : (?)
Great event! For this first event for LouvainLinux it was a success. It was not crowded of people, but they were a few people regulary. About the conference for Ubuntu it was a succes, the public appreciate the presentation and they were about 30 people. The infrastructure is very interesting to organise bigger event. And in the futur for the release of the 11.10 they will organise a big event for Ubuntu with us.
In general a lot of people were interested by Ubuntu and of course everybody know Ubuntu :). Maybe it could interesting for Louvainlinux to make communication to make come people who don't know well the free software.
(Report by Rami Adrien)