DebConf7 Schedule available

Posted by dcparris on Jun 6, 2007 2:55 AM EDT; By Joerg Jaspert
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The schedule is now available in various formats.

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The schedule is now available in various formats:


No login is required to access this export, it is regenerated every 10 minutes.


If you have a PDA or mobile phone thats capable of using iCal or xCal files then this is for you. Import DebConf schedule on your phone!

- If you are a registered attendee you probably want to use instead. This needs a login and will not only give you the schedule, but you can also "ADD" yourself to events. With this you mark yourself as attendee for an event, which enables us to later see how many people did visit the talks.

It also enables you to use the feedback system. This will give you the ability to rate the talks you visited and also leave comments for the speaker and the organizers team. This system will be activated during DebConf and we will send out a mail with more information about it then.

You will find a list of all events you have ADDed yourself to in the "Events" tab at

Note that DebConf events have been randomly allocated; people can have them moved to wherever they want (if scheduling makes sense), simply send a mail to [] and ask.

Also, some events that are meant to be held every day, like I18N work sessions for example, will obviously take place throughout DebCamp and DebConf as stated in the description; they are simply scheduled where they are to have them at one place.

Finally, "unofficial" events which just need a room reserved can be arranged at any time when rooms are free. Simply create the event and then email [] about it.

=2D-=20 The DebConf7 team

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