These pictures were taken by Sanyo DSC-X110 and Nikon CoolPix 910 digital cameras. Movie files were taken by DSC-X110 (the codec is Motion JPEG. You can watch these files with QuickTime 3 on Windows and Macintosh, and with XAnim on Unix).
Networld + Interop 1999 Tokyo was held at Makuhari Messe (about 40 minutes from Tokyo station via train).
I found a cute NetGear boy walking :-).
Entrance. Somewhat deserted, but this picture is taken on about 4:00 PM.
On the contrary, there's so many people forms a line in front of the conference room. They are waiting for opening of FreeBSD BOF. There are so many participants that it's hard to call this session a BOF :-).
I entered the room. Maybe over 200 people in the room.
aki and sanpei@ jp.freebsd.org.
nakagawa-san. Looks tired !?
Jordan's short speech about FreeBSD itself and its future, etc.
Jordan's speech continues...
Asami-san is talking about the current status and the problems of the ports correction of FreeBSD.
Of course all speakers are using MagicPoint on FreeBSD instead of PowerPoint on Windows.
"Let's talk with core-team members" slot. Questions about cooperation between Japanese developpers and oversea hackers, IPv6 on FreeBSD, dependency problem of ports collection, etc.
Nakane-san is working very hard as the translator for Jordan.
Report on "house-moving" and IPv6'ization of jp.FreeBSD.org.
Presentation about `newconfig'. About `newconfig vs new-bus' battle, dconfig (dynamic configuration for newconfig), newconfig for NetBSD / OpenBSD, and how to make the best use of the fruits of newconfig in new-bus'ized FreeBSD for better tomorrow.
"How to dig up new young hackers?" This theme was, is, and will be always discussed on FreeBSD BOF. Can we cultivate the young hackers, instead of fishing the natural ones :-) ? Cultivated fish tastes worse??
Report on beginners-jp mailing list. Similar to freebsd-newbies at FreeBSD.org.
The prizes for lottery. FreeBSD 3.1 CD-ROM's by Laser5 and Plathome. VJE-Delta Japanese input method by VACS. WallEdge web-mail server, BSD-daemon plate logo, Daemon doll, and FreeBSD polo-shirt by Plathome.
Report about Japan FreeBSD User Group.
Japanese NPO law and Japan FreeBSD User Group.
Thanks to all attendants!
Jordan and me in the train for Tokyo station.
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