This week-end I went to the Journées du Logiciel Libre
(JDLL) to hold the Haiku booth. The JDLL is a local event over two days, mostly focused at general public, with workshops and even a FLOSS gaming room for kids, but also with some highly technical and ethical talks. It also has a room with 3D printers and other maker tools.
The “Linux distro” booths are for some years located on the upper floor, with a little less people but closer to the install-party room, and it’s not useless to have a Haiku stand there to remind people that no, GNU/Linux is not the only FLOSS OS around ;-)
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.haiku-os.org/blog/mmu_man/2016-04-06_jdll_2016/