Jukka Palander píše v Po 13. 08. 2012 v 16:23 +0200:
On Mon, 2012-08-13 at 15:14 +0200, Bertrand Juglas wrote:
> Do we need to speak very well spanish to go to it ?
> As it was in Prague last year and from its name i can imagine speaking
> french, english and a bit spanish should be enough ?
> Do you think I'm wrong ?
> I will look to see if I could be there too because I already want to
> discover Barcelona.
> From Paris it's also a long trip but if i manage to get holidays
> during these dates it will be a pleasure.
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Spanish is a "MUST" in Spain, but when in Catalonia, it may not be.. ;-)
Trust me. LinuxCon is an international event. Spanish won't be a must.
All talks are in English, most attendees speak English. For someone who
doesn't speak English, attending LinuxCon would be completely pointless.
In the Czech Republic, knowledge of English is not as bad as in Spain,
but still for example the generation of my parents doesn't speak English
almost at all. But we didn't have to use Czech at all in Prague. 90% of
attendees were foreigners and the rest were Czechs who spoke very good
English. Of course, we spoke with Czechs in Czech, but only because it
was more convenient. I don't think it's gonna be much different at this
year's LinuxCon which is why I think Spanish is just a plus, not a must.
So my opinion is that:
1) English (and/or Spanglish)
3) French (due it is so close to France there will be participants)
4) German (and/or Dutch) very welcome
5) All the other languages welcome
6) Catalan (sorry guys -do we need?)
If I am attending I can do:
1) Finnish (native)
2) English (fluent)
3) Spanish (fluentish)
4) -can understand some Swedish-
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