MiniDebCamp: Wednesday, September 29th to Friday, October 1st: organized and unorganized hacking
MiniDebConf: Saturday, October 2nd and Sunday, October 3rd: presentations and more hacking
Obviously, whether the event can take place will depend on how the pandemic develops toward autumn.
Sponsors supporting this event
Our Gold Sponsors
Thanks a lot for making this MiniDebConf possible!
Contact / Organization
IRC: #debconf-germany on irc.debian.org
- Local Team Contact: info (at) minidebconf-rbg (dot) debian (dot) net.
- This wiki page
- Registration was open until September 14th and is now CLOSED.
- If you missed the registration, contact the local team to see if late registrations are still possible! (info (at) minidebconf-rbg (dot) debian (dot) net)
If you want to update your registration head over to registration.
Original announcment: announcement
Call For Presentations
* CfP is OPEN! Please read the announcement and submit your presentations to info (at) minidebconf-rbg (dot) debian (dot) net.
We recommend the Hotel ibis Regensburg City, which can be reached from the conference location by foot.
COVID / Pandemic Situation
(this section is WIP and will be updated as soon as new information is available.)
Due to the pandemic there will be a mandatory hygienic concept.
As the law has recently changed, we are still working on the hygienic concept together with the venue.
It will be based on the new 14. BayIfSMV and will most likely consist of a
- 3G rule concept
- mandatory face masks (very likely medical masks)
The 3G rule stands for the German words: geimpft, getestet, genesen meaning: vaccinated, tested, recovered. The Uni Kiel has a good page about 3G and what will be required
As the test must be certified by an authorized test center, we cannot do the tests at the conference, so you will need to visit a test center before you come to the venue.
The MiniDebcamp from Wednesday to Friday is a perfect opportunity to host Debian sprints. We would welcome if teams assemble and work together on their projects. The following sprints will happen:
Making a MiniDebConf happen costs money, we need to rent the venue, video gear, hopefully can pay hard working volunteers lunch and dinner and maybe also sponsor some travel. So we really appreciate companies willing to support this meeting!
We have three sponsor categories:
>500 € = Supporter
listed as such on the MiniDebConf Website, together with the name and logo.
>1000€ = sponsor
- listed as such in all material
- can place up to a A3 poster of their company
- put A4 leaflets on a common table
- logo featured on the t-shirts
>1500€ = gold sponsor
- listed as such in all material
- can put up a roll-up of their company somewhere in the conference area
- logo featured prominently on the t-shirts
- logo featured in the videos
Plus, there's corporate registration as an option too, where we will charge you 250€ for the registration. Please contact us if you are interested in that!
Drop us a mail: info (ät) minidebconf-rbg (dot) debian (dot) net
If you plan to attend the event you are welcome to help and probably best to join #debconf-germany on OFTC and say so there.
IRC meetings for planning
To plan the MiniDebConf we have regular meetings on IRC on irc.oftc.net in the channel
Check the /topic to learn about the next meeting
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If you are harassed and requests to stop are not successful, or notice a disrespectful environment, the organisers want to help. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will treat your request with dignity and confidentiality, investigate, and take whatever actions appropriate. We can provide information on security, emergency services, transportation, alternative accommodations, or whatever else may be necessary. If mediation is not successful, organisers reserve the right to to take action against those who do not cease unacceptable behaviour.