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Author: Linux O'Beardly
To: Antony Stone
CC: dng
Subject: Re: [DNG] The 1st Devuan conference kicks off tomorrow afternoon!
The conference has been wonderful thus far. The majority of folks that are
attending are Devuan "gray beards," meaning those of us that have been
around for a number of years. Some of these participants include GoLinux,
fsmithred, Parazyd, Evilham, rrq, Katolaz, and Jaromil. Additionally, there
are at least a couple dozen other folks including those from Ungleich (The
Devuan Hosting Company) and the European IPv6 working group. There are too
many to mention each of them by name, but I want them to know they are
appreciated. Their attendance has made this a fulfilling and educational
evolution. That being said, we've had a handful of attendees who are new
to Devuan and are here seeking knowledge about the Devuan community,
ecosystem, and operating system; including two from a major European bank.
(Thanks for coming fellas!) It's been a worthwhile venture and I'm already
looking forward to our next conference, which will probably be sooner than
you think. More news on that coming in the next couple of months. We've
had a number of excellent talks which have been recorded and can be seen at
https://www.youtube.com/user/DyneOrg. There are many that have been so
good that I cannot pick a favorite. There are two sessions left today which
are going to be live streamed on that same YouTube channel. It's been a
great conference with an extraordinary group of people and I hope each and
everyone of you are able to attend the next one.

Take care,

*Linux O'Beardly*

On Sun, Apr 7, 2019 at 9:07 AM Antony Stone <
Antony.Stone@???> wrote:

> On Sunday 07 April 2019 at 14:06:56, Edward Bartolo via Dng wrote:
> > Would like to read news about the conference. Did it make a difference
> > in the world of Linux or not? Was the message about the advantages of
> > modularity understood/accepted? What about init choice freedom?
> I'd be interested whether the attendees were all already familiar with
> Devuan,
> and just wanted to get together for a good chat about it, or were there
> people
> who were new to Devuan and wanted to find out about the whys and hows?
> Antony.
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