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PGDay.it ended

PGDay.it is over, it was a really impressive conference with a lot of good talks. The people from the Prato Linux User Group did a really good job. I met many people which i only knew by mail or irc, had some interesting discussions and of course we had fun ;-)


I'm just back from the Prato LUG bar (yeah, they even have a bar, imagine that!). We had a nice meeting right before starting the party: it was all about creating an european user group. I think, we are getting somewhere, people had some nice ideas. Now we just have to transform this ideas into something more usable.


Tomorrow we will use the free day and make a trip to Florence.


You can find all my pictures at: http://andreas.scherbaum.la/pictures/v/events/pgday_it/

If you know the name of the people on the pictures, just add a comment.


The slides for my own talk (about using tablelog for audits) are available at: http://andreas.scherbaum.la/writings/. Especially the italian and french guys did not even know about tablelog and was very interested.

Thanks to mastermind for proofreading.

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