Oh, I missed the accommodation page on the FrOSCon website.
That page mentions, that there's no possibility to sleep at the event's
university this year (the wiki still reflects the last year it seems).
But they have a hotel where one night costs EUR 69 for a twin room (i.e.
EUR ~35 per person).
I think that's a great price. And it seems to get there from the
university by public transports.
I updated the wiki a bit.
We know where the posters are and how to get them. We need someone to
bring them to FrOSCon, tho (after we sent them to that person).
Robert Albrecht has a XO as far as we know. He's following this list,
I'm sure he'll tell us if that's true or not soon-ish.
For accomodation: According to the event's wiki it'd be possible to
stay at the university (where the event is taking place) over night.
There's no price and no details yet. But I'm positive, that this would
be the cheapest way to sleep there. I figure it won't be the most
comfortable thing, too - but it's only for one night and the way from
your bed to the booth couldn't be shorter.
As for my attendance, I wouldn't like to see our budget spent in my
travel costs. There's enough ambassadors who'll attent FrOSCon without
me and you better spend the budget in give-aways :)
Max Spevack wrote:
> FAMSCo has set aside a budget of about 600 Euros for FrOSCon. Note that
> Max's travel costs and hotel to the event will *not* come out of this
> This budget can be used for any costs associated with the show,
> including swag, and also for subsidizing travel & accomodations for
> I have updated the FrOSCon page on the wiki:
> Here are some of the questions that I would like to ask on the list:
> 1) Who has the posters and booth decorations from LinuxTag? How can we
> get some of those things for FrOSCon?
> 2) Who would like to volunteer to get some stickers made? In
> particular, I would like to see a good quality production of Nicu's
> sticker kit, but I leave it up to the actual volunteer.
> 3) We have two XOs in EMEA. Who has them? We need to get one to Robert
> 4) Max will work with local folks (probably Red Hat Germany) to get more
> Live CDs made, and also Tshirts.
> 5) We need someone to volunteer to look into accomodation options near
> the event. Probably someone who speaks German. :)
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