Well, LinuxTag 2001 is over. Me and Rob are back from Stuttgart, Germany, and resting up after four days of standing around on the show floor for eight hours talking to interested people and demonstrating 3Dwm in action. In retrospect, the show was a great success, and I think that we really showed the visitors something they had not seen before. I am anticipating that this will help spread the word on 3Dwm even further.
In addition to demonstrating the system to visitors at our booth, we also got the opportunity to discuss design and development issues with some of the Berlin developers, notably Tobias Hunger (hunger), Mourad DeClerk, and Marco Herrn. Too bad that Stefan didn't make it this year, yesterday we were able to exchange some great ideas at the exhibition.
We were also approached by a French guy who invited us to the LinuxWorld Expo Paris 2002 where we would get a free booth with furniture. Unfortunately, I am not all that sure that we will be able to get funding for going there. We'll see what turns up.