Due last minute meeting at work I won't be able to assit to the meeting.
So for the event Jornada de Divulgacion, I have start to burn the Fedora Core 4 CDs pack(I don't have the equipment to burn DVDs) to deliver those days, for money reason I only plan to burn 40 packs.
I will have a meeting there tomorrow to check for the facilities and the equipment for the stand and the conference.
I haven't receive any communication of anybody interested in giving a videoconference, so I had communicate that I will be just my conference and the stand participation.
Meanwhile I wish you all good luck and see you next time.
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I want to print Fedora Ambassadors Business Cards for me and I'm
considering if I should include Polish characters in it. On the wiki, I
haven't include it, but on the wiki it could be a problem if someone is
out of Poland. So, what is your opinion on that, should the native
characters be included in business cards or not?
Our project has been around for slightly over three months, and in
this time we have done quite a lot. I know many of you think that we
could be moving faster, but believe me, even with the baby steps we
have taken so far, we have come a long way.
Today in the name of the Fedora AMbassadors Steering COmmittee
(Famsco) I would like to say thank you to all of you and to recognize
with a little present those of you who have contributed actively above
and beyond your call of duty. Those who have helped the project by
organizing a Fedora event or by representing Fedora at an existing
event, those of you who have helped by publishing the news about
Fedora and promoting our project around the world.
Here is the list of people who will receive a recognition reward in
the mail soon:
If you see your name here, please send me an email off-list with your
mailing address. If you do not see your name on the list--take the
initiative and do something! There are tons of ways to promote Fedora,
just go ahead and do it!
And yes, don't forget to report to the list, because Famsco only knows
about things that get reported on the list :)
Thank you all for all the help and support--this is just the beginning!
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Dear Thomas, Alex, Ambassadors,
As promised, I have done the FOSDEM and it was a really great experience and for sure I will be there next year.
Thanks for your trust my friends.
Thanks also to Alex Maier, Thomas Canniot, Mathias Saou, Dag Wieers, Andreas Kupfer.
BTW, sorry for the delay.
Previous the event.
Indeed, I had reserved a booth without any knowledge about how it was going on.
What it was -I think - quite normal for the first "Fedora Group" participation, isn't it ?
The thing is that I was just in time for the reservation so I had to take what it was available.
Anyway, we were quite happy with what you had.
In addition, no conference was planned - maybe next year ;) -. I prefered to start small in order to get experiences and think bigger for the next time instead of doing somthing which could have been regrettable.
Then, I have preparded some hoardings, business cards and have ordered to the Fedora Marketing the DVDs and the Tee-Shirts I was going to redistribute during the event.
Here we were !
Our booth was between the "Open Wengo" one and the "Ekiga" - New name of Gnome Meeting - one. Our neighbourgs were really nice.
At the begining I was alone but after few minutes some fedora developpers who were at the FOSDEM and who were surprised to see the Fedora booth resquested me if they could be represent the project with me.
For my part, they were OBVIOUSLY WELCOMED.
Indeed, I was suprised that each one was from different nationalities.
So our group was from this moment composed of Mathias a french living in Spain, Dag a deutch living in Belgium, Andreas a german and I a french living in Belgium.
A Real European Fedora Group.
We had all kind of visitors - geeks, newbies and others -, questions, requests, discussions and so on so for - see below -.
Accompagned of Thomas, Andreas, Dag, Mathias, I represented Fedora all the day.
Same than above, we had all kind of visitors - geeks, newbies and others -, questions, requests, discussions and so on so for - see below -.
At The end of the event
All DVDs and tee-Shirt were gone.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Fedora ?
What is the difference between Fedora and Red Hat ?
When the next release will be available ?
What will be in the new release ?
Do you a have a live cd ?
Are you a developper ?
What is the difference between you and all the other distributions?
Why should I use Fedora ?
Do you have a tee shirt sized L ? - I havn't got only XL, XXL, XXXL -
The Booth was composed of three chairs and one tables.
We had wifi and RJ45 connections.
Celebrities at the Event.
Mark Spencer from Asterisk.
Ian Pratt from Xen.
Jon Trowbridge from Beagle.
Michael Meeks from Open Office.
Celebrities at the Fedora Booth
Jeff Johnson, the conceptor of RPM.
Tom Tromey GDB Engineer and his collegue from Red Hat.
Alasdai G. Kergon LVM Developper from Red Hat.
Tristan Nitot from Mozilla Project.
Others guys from Red Hat.
Non IT people.
It can be explained cause the venet was based at the "Université Libre de Bruxelles". So, saturday people who were studiing laws and others were curious about Fedora.
We give us a free DVD and convinced us to try and have fun on their non currently used PC.
FYI, ask Thomas about his presentation to a psycho girl - she studies psychology - on Sunday. :) You will be surprised. he has really great fun with her.
The position of our booth. It was really strategic. We were lucky this year cause this specific place was not requested.
Presence of Fedora at this event.
Free Fedora DVDs and Tee-Shirts.
Flyers. Thanks for that Thomas :).
Clever, smart and nice peoples at our booth.
The presentation of kadishi. Thanks for that Thomas :).
Big flat screen instead of laptop screen. Thanks for that Thomas :).
Nice behaviour with Open Suse, Gentoo, Debian.
Not enough space.
No talk - conference in room - planned.
No Boards neither advertising.
Maybe we could have sweet-shirt instead of tee shirt for ambasasdors cause it is cold in February at Brussels.
Ask for a bigger booth.
Plannification of Talks.
Be the point of "rendez-vous" for Red Hat and Fedora staff. - I will told a world with Alex about that.
Hoping that all have been said.
Finally, sorry to be not often on the IRC due to the security policies of my company.
If you have any remarks or questions, feel free to contact me.