The 14th LinuxTag closed the doors yesterday. We had a lot of interesting

talks at the booth, ran a two hour project workshop and discussed Interchange development day and night.

The Interchange booth featured a banner across the wall, a big Interchange hanging logo, six-page brochures

and a monitor running a slideshow. It was well received by the visitors and the LinuxTag

project team. Visitors from Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Netherlands

and other countries were attracted and equipped with an Interchange mug

which was a favorite among the visitors.

Thanks to everyone who helped Interchange to be present at LinuxTag,

especially Jonathan Clark and Gert van der Spoel for covering the expenses.

Without their help our presence would be much less notable.

The second time Interchange exhibited at LinuxTag was a great success and we want

to continue this experience next year. We hope to see more developers and users join us in

sharing ideas with us. Therefore we will offer 2009 an extended

workshop targeted specifically at our users.

Booth Team:

Stefan Hornburg (Germany), Jon Jensen (Endpoint, USA), Ton Verhagen (Alamerce, Netherlands), Davor Ocelic (Spinlock, Croatia), Jure Kodzoman (Tenalt, Slovenia), Sebastian Kliess (MBS, Germany), Falk Neubert (Ecoservice, Germany).


Jonathan Clark, Webmaint, Great Britain

Gert van der Spoel, Greece/Netherlands