Location: 1st floor, Bashani Novo Theater
Time: 13:00 BDT (+6 GMT)
State of mind: Annoying
When all the stalls and pavilions were selling or exhibiting their products, we were sitting idle on the floor of our empty pavilion. No chair to sit, no desk to keep our tech gadgets, and no electrical outlets to recharge ours laptops or the cell phones. HP’s pavilion was right in front of ours, and all we could do was to stare at two of their hot looking sales girls. Staring at the Samsung’s salesgirls was an option too, as two out of three girls were desperately trying to show their cleavage and their bra’s strap. Cream bra goes well with blue saari, I understood.
We kept on poking the BCS officials, and after one and half hour, our desks and the tables arrived. After waiting for another two more hours, the computers arrived. We didn’t had any other decoration piece on the stall, except for the hand drawn Tux replica that Shipar sent.
We started installing Edubuntu on the 700 MHz Toshiba computers, and it a took a long time to do so. Kubuntu refused to accept mouse clicks, and system continuously displayed busy error.
Zia bhai and his friend, Rafiq bhai, Muhib bhai, Farhan, and Rony helped enormously, and I thank them all for helping out.