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*Try to be easy to recognize. As long as we don't have specific t-shirts for that, just take one of the merchandise T-shirts and wear 'em.  
 
*Try to be easy to recognize. As long as we don't have specific t-shirts for that, just take one of the merchandise T-shirts and wear 'em.  
 
*For a start here's a guide: [http://untangled.biz/blog/kde/organize-a-booth-and-keep-your-sanity/ Organize a booth and keep your sanity]
 
*For a start here's a guide: [http://untangled.biz/blog/kde/organize-a-booth-and-keep-your-sanity/ Organize a booth and keep your sanity]
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*Here are some notes (with materials sources) from the [http://www.runeman.org/kde/lisa11/index.html Usenix LISA 2011] event.

Revision as of 17:23, 30 April 2012

KDE booths should aspire for a high(er) standard. There is work to do to prepare this, but a few things can be done rather easily.

  • Try to create a space for talking. If there is a table, move it to the wall instead of having it between the visitors and the KDE people
  • Try to be easy to recognize. As long as we don't have specific t-shirts for that, just take one of the merchandise T-shirts and wear 'em.
  • For a start here's a guide: Organize a booth and keep your sanity
  • Here are some notes (with materials sources) from the Usenix LISA 2011 event.

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