LISA stands for Large Installation System Administration. X2Go developer Mike DePaulo is also a packager and ambassador for the Fedora Linux Project, so his primary job was to man the Fedora booth and talk about Fedora. It was hard to show off X2Go to passers-by because Mike forgot the HDMI & VGA adapters for his (triple-boot) Macbook Air.
Nonetheless, he was able to show it off to a few people, including FPL (Fedora Project Lead) Matthew Miller.
Mike & Matt also agreed that Fedora's efforts to use dply to let people to try out Fedora could benefit from X2Go.
See http://www.tuebix.org/2016/programm/stefan-baur-linux-und-x2go-ein-effektiver-und-guenstiger-schutz-vor-ransomware-auf-windows-systemen/ for details regarding the talk.
This year, Stefan rocked the show alone, with a surprise visit by Ulrich Sibiller after the talk. We had a room that seats 64 people, and about 2/3 - 3/4 of the seats were occupied. That's quite an improvement over last year's TUEBIX, where h1 only had one visitor to his workshop.
The booth was staffed by Heinz-M. Graesing and Stefan Baur.
See http://www.luga.de/Aktionen/LIT-2016/abstracts.html#remote (German) for more info on Heinz' talk.
Some more pictures of the event can be found here:
The remote desktops that can be seen in some of these pictures were kindly hosted by Cirrus Computing in Canada.
Lessons learned: One table is not enough!