The sys admin’s daily grind: LUG Camp 2010 and Python


Article from Issue 118/2010

From the Lower Rhine to Central Franconia, on his journey, Charly found beaten gold, relaxed Linux users, abandoned beer cellars, and a Python one-liner for presentable photos of the tour. A once-in-a-year experience.

Last year, the President of the Schwabach LUG, Sven Velts, finally gave way to LUG campers’ power play and created a registration website for the 11th camp. In May 2010, hordes of LUGgers set out from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland and headed for Roth, a town that neighbors Schwabach, Germany where the hard-working organizational team presented a Wilhelminian-period gymnasium as base camp.

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