[FOSDEM] Small projects, any chance ?

Boriss Mejias boris.mejias at uclouvain.be
Tue Dec 18 15:02:23 CET 2007

You can check the lightning talks. We presented there last year. It was 
well organized, and I got some feedback from the audience.



Sanel Zukan wrote:
> Hi to all,
> I was not able to find some official address to send this mail and
> hoping this mailing list will be sufficient for a small number of
> questions (if applicable).
> I'm a member/developer of Equinox project (http://equinox-project.org)
> and I/we tried to apply this year for a stand. Looks like the submisson was
> rejected and I was able to find out that only via announcement on the
> main web page (probably you got a lot of stand submissons this year and
> your team was not able to reply to all of them, or... your policy is not
> to reply at all ???)
> Looking from the presented list (http://www.fosdem.org/2008/stands),
> this year are welcome only The Big ones, which is pretty ok since they
> are warmly welcome everywhere.
> My question is: any way a small projects can get a chance to show/present 
> themselves? Or, what are the prerequisites to be accepted (e.g. for a 
> stand): large code base, large user base, large development team ? 
> Or maybe popularity; the irony is that if you can't get presented yourself, 
> popularity is affected too :P.
> I'm hoping you will not see these comments/questions as some kind of
> provocation since my intent is not to do so.
> Hopine some useful replies will come up :)
> Best,
> --
> Sanel Zukan
> http://equinox-project.org
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