Well, it’s not me alone actually. But it made a good headline. ;)

I registered a booth at the OpenExpo in Winterthur and would be glad about any helping hand there. Luca Gugelmann and Roland Wolters gave me a vague „Yes“ but both couldn’t really promise anything yet.

To help me out you don’t have to be super-expert or developer, being able to talk about and show some KDE4 goodness will be absolutely fine. Most questions that arise are of a more general kind. Plus: you won’t be alone there. If you feel like becoming an active part of the community, this is a good point to start from.

This doesn’t mean I don’t want any experienced booth babes. Just to get that straight. ;)

The event is scheduled for 24th and 25th of September, so there is still some time to get it all set. Drop me a comment or an email (for address see below) and I’ll lend you a hand.

[UPDATE] If you want to add yourself to the list, here’s the link to the wiki page Eckhart kindly set up.

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5 Responses to I Need You!

  1. Mark Kretschmann sagt:

    I’m a cute booth babe, and I’ll probably be there, for Amarok/KDE. Already talked this over with Nightrose.


  2. emonkey sagt:

    I’ll be there too (I life in Winterthur) and in case of emergency I’m sure I’ll have some time to be at the booth. The problem is we are trying to organize some additional stuff for community guys around the OE so I don’t know how much time I’ve to spend for that.

    I know we talked already about that on LinuxTag in Berlin but atm there no news, we’re waiting for response about the location …

    Stay tuned you’ll hear more about that stuff as soon as we know more.

  3. Eckhart sagt:

    By linking to http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-index.php?page=OpenExpo%202008%20Zurich, you’d probably have a higher chance of someone adding himself to it. ;-)

  4. Alexandra sagt:

    If I had set it up myself I might have linked to it…

    Thanks for handling that for me anyway. ;)

  5. Alexandra sagt:

    And to the others: Thanks for letting me know. :)