I really appreciate having the EPP packages on the stick!
Few extra questions:
Will there be USB Key Update Stations again? I found these great last
year although they worked a little bit shaky. I'd hope to have them again. I
suppose that people who want to upgrade presentation material would first need
to delete one of their EPP's, given that only 9 Mb remain free - the stations
could probably prompt the user to do so and perform the step for
On a related topic, I think it would be cool if the USB
Update Stations could present the user with a selection of optional material
to put on the USB stick in exchange for other stuff to remove. Like an
Archived Ganymede Site for instance, or updated EPP packages, just in
Will there be places with wired network access? - This was partially
discussed last year; personally I find that Wireless is great, but at times
it's even greater to have trusted, safe connectivity and visual feedback
whether connectivity is available or not. What about LAN cables at the
Hackathon, for instance?
Martin Oberhuber, Senior Member of Technical
Staff, Wind River
Target Management Project
Lead, DSDP PMC Member
FYI: The EclipseCon USB memory stick contains the presentations
uploaded as of yesterday, the memory stick sponsor's files, and the EPP M5
packages. That fills up 991Mb of the 1Gb memory stick.