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BSP 8.-10. September 2006, Vienna A ["BSP"] in Vienna in the course of the ["BSPMarathon"].
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Location: Don Bosco Studentenwohnheim [http://www.donbosco.sth.ac.at/] As phrased so well by Loïc Minier: "Anyone wanting to get the RC count down while drinking all forms of beverages and cutting down its sleep cycle is invited."
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Food and accomodation for about 15 people will be provided. == Details ==
 * Date: 8.-10. September 2006
 * Location: Don Bosco Studentenwohnheim [http://www.donbosco.sth.ac.at/]
 * Accommodation: directly in the dorms, up to 16 persons, 3-4 people per double room, available friday afternoon to sunday 10:00
 * Place to hack: seminar room directly at the dorms, available friday to sunday (all day)
 * Meals: free for all attendees
  * Breakfast: 7:00 - 9:00
  * Sandwiches, soft drinks, ... are available directly at the seminar room
  * Lunch/Dinner: to be arranged (Pizza, Schnitzl, we'll think of something for Vegetarians)
 * Network:
  * 6 mbit/s uplink to the University of Vienna
  * Ports 25 and 80 are blocked, but there's a http proxy and a smtp relay in place
  * Needed: MAC adresses of attendees so they can be allowed to connect to the switch ports (if you absolutely can't provide the MAC beforehand that's not a big problem, but it would be nice if we had most of them at least a few days before the BSP)
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The facility is connected via 6 mbit/s uplink to the University of Vienna, ports 80 and 25 are blocked while a http proxy and a smtp relay are in place.

We need the attendees MAC addresses a few days beforehand so they can be allowed to connect to the switch ports.
== Attendees ==
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|| Martin Zobel-Helas || zobel || zobel@d.o || 00:11:25:12:36:B9 || travel sponsoring would be nice ||

A ["BSP"] in Vienna in the course of the ["BSPMarathon"].

As phrased so well by Loïc Minier: "Anyone wanting to get the RC count down while drinking all forms of beverages and cutting down its sleep cycle is invited."

Details

  • Date: 8.-10. September 2006
  • Location: Don Bosco Studentenwohnheim [http://www.donbosco.sth.ac.at/]

  • Accommodation: directly in the dorms, up to 16 persons, 3-4 people per double room, available friday afternoon to sunday 10:00
  • Place to hack: seminar room directly at the dorms, available friday to sunday (all day)
  • Meals: free for all attendees
    • Breakfast: 7:00 - 9:00
    • Sandwiches, soft drinks, ... are available directly at the seminar room
    • Lunch/Dinner: to be arranged (Pizza, Schnitzl, we'll think of something for Vegetarians)
  • Network:
    • 6 mbit/s uplink to the University of Vienna
    • Ports 25 and 80 are blocked, but there's a http proxy and a smtp relay in place
    • Needed: MAC adresses of attendees so they can be allowed to connect to the switch ports (if you absolutely can't provide the MAC beforehand that's not a big problem, but it would be nice if we had most of them at least a few days before the BSP)

Attendees

If you are Interested please add your name to the list below (I added those of you that have shown interest so far):

Name

Nick

email

MAC address(es)

notes

Martin Würtele

maxx

maxx@debian.org

no accommodation

NeilMcGovern

Maulkin

travel sponsoring if possible

Alexander Wirt

formorer

Anderas Barth

aba

Rene Engelhart

_rene_

Christian Aichinger

Greek0

Greek0@gmx.net

00:00:F0:92:80:AC

no accommodation

maximilian attems

maks

no accommodation

David Schmitt

DavidS

david@black.co.at

00:13:77:00:47:70

no accommodation

Peter Palfrader

weasel

weasel@debian.org

unsure

Simon Richter

?GyrosGeier

sjr@debian.org

unsure

Martin Zobel-Helas

zobel

zobel@d.o

00:11:25:12:36:B9

travel sponsoring would be nice