Debian Venezuela is pleased to announce the Venezuelan proposal for the 8th Annual Debian Development Conference, Debconf 8. The group is offering to host DC8 in the Hotel Maremares in Lecherias near Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela. Lecherias belongs to "Diego Bautista Urbaneja" touristic municipality in Anzoategui State.
We have exercised special care in offering a structured proposal, as well as answering questions posed by the DebConf organization team regarding the most important areas of a venue proposal. Several formats for the proposal are available: a Webpage, a Wiki and plain text.
As always, we are open to any questions. Our main point of contact is email@example.com, where you can reach the whole Debian Venezuela team. You may also reply to firstname.lastname@example.org, which is our main mailing list. You will also find some of us in #debian-ve in irc.debian.org. We hope that our proposal fulfills Team's expectations, and we really believe that Venezuela will make a great host for Debconf in 2008.
Saludos, Debian Venezuela team!
About Debian Venezuela: Debian Venezuela is a non-profit group of Venezuelan people interested in Debian development. The group was founded on 27-December-2004, and as of December-2006 has two (2) Debian Developers, eleven (11) package maintainers, five (5) people in the NM queue, two hundred and eighty-four (284) people in the mailing list, and several people contributing in other development areas.