Hi Gabor,

On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 09:13:25AM +0200, Gabor Szabo wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 12:20 AM, Andreas 'ads' Scherbaum <a...@pgug.de> 
> wrote:
> >> Andreas, do you plan to submit a talk proposal to the PostgreSQL
> >> dev-room http://www.postgresql.org/about/news.1167
> >> Something covering Perl as well?
> >
> > Wait, wait, i'm co-organising the dev-room and the stand for PostgreSQL
> > ;-)
> Oh, I did not know our secret Perl agent is actually the co-organizer of the
> PostgreSQL room. Cool :-)


> > Right now i have no idea for a talk, i'm very busy with the
> > organisation. If you have a good idea, i'm all open.
> I hardly know databases but I would guess pgTAP and how it works with the
> regular perl test framework might be an interesting topic.

Rolf gave an interesting pgTap talk back at FrOSCon. Maybe you could ask 
him about this topic.

> I would also like to hear (and discuss) the Test Farm of PostgreSQL which
> is written in Perl.

Hmm, don't know, who knows more about this, sorry :-(

> Lastly there might be interest in various the DBIx

I'm using only plain DBI, had no project for DBIx until now.

> >> Will you be able to help out being at the stand part of the time?
> >
> > The PostgreSQL stand? Yes.
> That's great.
> As this is the first time I am attending FOSDEM I have no clue how these
> stands are. What works there what does not?
> Do you have experience with them or is this your first time too?
> Could you share your thoughts and experience with us?

We made some notes for this year, maybe you can pick one idea or two:


The stand in general is very small, you need a good organization for all
your material. Some power supply cords, but don't waste space with more
than one laptop. Have flyers and some eye-catchers and have 2, 3 people 
around all the time for answering questions.

For PostgreSQL it is the *uh* thirs year at FOSDEM.


                                Andreas 'ads' Scherbaum
German PostgreSQL User Group
European PostgreSQL User Group - Board of Directors
Volunteer Regional Contact, Germany - PostgreSQL Project

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