After handing the reins of the projector over to Thomas Cameron I
headed back to the booth. In the afternoon things slowed down a bit during talks but that
gave us a chance to speak more in depth to those who stopped by. I want to give a quick
shout out to Aaron Marshall, Chris Caillouet, and Stuart Yarus. It was really great
talking to each of you and the others who I sadly can't remember by name since I'm
an old guy with questionable ability to recall names. The expo closed down around 6:00 and
Andrew did all the work cleaning up after the event. Fedora is lucky to have had two
superstars spending most of the day at the Fedora booth. A big thank you to both Andrew
and Adam for all their help.
If you get the chance next year go to the Texas Linux Fest. It is a
growing young event with really great people. Tons of positive energy and enthusiasm
everywhere. I hope I am lucky enough to get invited again because I had a great time this
year and this appears to be a> very receptive crowd for Fedora to draw new contributors
from in the future.
The baton has been in the hand for passing and your words are admirable indeed. :)
inode0, a great report man. I read and I truly understand your words. :v)
Everyone, please have a Great Fedora day and/or evening! :~)
- David -
One stone; two birds.
To kill 2 birds with 1 stone.
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