Is a rainy and gloom day in Vienna, so the third day of Libre Graphics Meeting and second day of Linuxwochen started slooooooooooooooooowly, both with the booth and the students at the university
Speaking of the Fedora both, an anecdote I witnessed: a guy walks in and complains about Fedora not working with his laptop (not detecting the hardware). He's invited to bring the laptop, which will probably happen later in the day. Another anecdote is about the fliers on the booth, there were four kinds of them, targeting photographers, graphic designers, video makers and musicians. All of them are gone, except those for photographers (I'm told the video editing were the first to go). I am debating with Jaroslav why: the quantities were uneven or the interest is uneven... I expected the photography ones to be most interesting as everyone is doing that and the tools are good (but a photography flyer with no GIMP??? that's the tool I use for my photography needs in over 90% of cases).
Libre Graphics Meeting started and the morning has interesting talks on Inkscape, GIMP and GEGL. Good stuff. Around the noon I think I am going to skip a bullshit panel and get back clear and sane for my own presentation, near the end of the day. Later in the evening LGM people will join Linuxwochen people for the social event, as there is no formal social event of the LGM itself.
Speaking of GIMP, yesterday evening I enjoyed a schnitzel in the company of a few GIMP developers, excellent opportunity to learn interesting things about their project.