hello to all,
just a thought, but shouldn't we have a presence in Second Life?
we could be the first distro their.
by that we can deliver information regarding fedora, sell DVD and chat
around to deliver our message.
RHCE - 803005755016943
Fedora Ambassador, ISRAEL, Western Asia
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I think, for the FOSDEM 2007, we have to make some badges with the
fedora logo, our name, (role) etc... So that people recognize us and we
can be more visible.
It's only an idea. What do you think ?
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Some updates concerning Chemnitzer :
- We have to submit the names and email-adresses of everybody who will
be there for our booth by 31st of January (in order that you can get
free entrance, free "Indoor-Camping" (in a gym nearby with sleeping
bag), and free entrance for the social event)
-- Knowing the fact, that I will be broke after FOSDEM, JensKuehnel
could you get me a free "Indoor-Campin" for me, please :) ?
[Small correction: on the site it looks like the deadline applies for
the booth staff too, but I've been told me that usually on CLT one can
register staffer also later. For the rest the deadline is the 31st.]
- CLT is making a poster for each booth - we need to submit a design
proposal by 31st of Januar, 6.pm - if we don't do so, there will be
only a simple version of the CLT poster with minmal content (more info
see link below).
Detailed information (in german):
Layout , see on the left hand side :)
This is all I could pluck from the chemnitzer website perhaps german
fedora ambassadors can give us more details that I couldn't translate
As past years, Fosdem will provide a hardware insurance (which is free
of cost for us) for all the hardware you will bring along.
That insurance for Fedora Speakers and Fedora Personnals at the Booth
- - is free of charge - - is intended in our devroom (but not for the
4000+ visitors ;))
For every device you bring along and that you want to be covered by
their insurance, you must send us the following data:
* the name and email address of the owner
* the type of device (notebook, network switch, PDA, ...)
* the vendor and name of the device (e.g. Dell Latitude D800)
* serial number or other unique identifier that is visible on
* estimation of its current value, in EUR
Note that FOSDEM's insurance will only cover the hardware for which
they've received the information as above *before Mon 12 Feb*.
Please hand me over these data as soon as possible. Afterwards,
FredericHornain will send the complete final list to FOSDEM.
Please also subscribe yourself to the wikipage for lastest updates:
In tunisia, many peoples don't have internet connexion.
I write with my friend (haytem ben tanfous) bash to make local repo of
packages in the cd (bonus package) and launch the setup of yumex to have a
beautiful interface to the begining users.
finnaly, he launche yumex with the local repo.
i change keepcache to 1 in the /etc/yum.conf to make a save of the rpms that
i copy all packages in the repo directory and i make : $createrepo .
the tree of the cd is :
Have fun with fedora :)
M'BAREK Med Nihed,
Fedora Ambassador, TUNISIA, Northern Africa
Can anybody fulfill this request?
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Subject: Could Fedora Netherlands give a presentation on school?
Date: Sunday 28 January 2007 09:26
From: Mark <markg852(a)hotmail.com>
i`m a student on the dutch school called IDCollege. recently we`ve had a
presentation of Microsoft which was telling why it is importand to get
certain Microsoft certificates but i was also wondering if it would be
possible for one of the Fedora people to do a presentation on my school and
telling the open source side and what fedora servers can do.. just a general
I`ve asked the head of the school if it`s oke with them if i try to find
someone that could do that presentation and they said it was fine cinse they
couldn`t find anyone or didn`t know where to look. and they would be happy
if i could find someone.
So in short:
Could someone of the Fedora Core team who speeks dutch (and lives in the
netherlands) do a presentation in the IDCollege in Zoetermeer (Netherlands)
and tell stuff about linux in general and what it can do. - tell what linux
- what the future holds for linux
- why linux
- where is linux good at..
(just the general things you would wonder if you never used linux before)
o and i`m just looking for a person.. the final decissions need to be made
with my school.
I hope to from Fedora soon.
Thanx alot in favor
Leef je uit: ontwerp je startpagina precies zoals jij het wil hebben op
Release Engineer: Fedora
DFSA ( digital free software association) present open source pruducts to
in the children day, I present fedora preject to boys at 10 years. At the
end of the day, he love linux and the beryl effect ( I think that is the
point that help linux to be popular in the future).
You can see photo at http://www.cnipe.nat.tn/c2007/index.html
for conclusion, if you want children be happy show him beautiful effect. she
have more effect to software or games.
ps: im so sorry for grammatical and others types of error.
I am Rudimar Grass, known in the community as DudaGrass, I am entering for
the teams of ambassadors of the Project Fedora, wait to be able to
contribute very with the fedora and free software. I am 11 years in the
computer science market and has 4 years implementing and managing solutions
in GNU/Linux. I started with red hat and soon I made the migration for the
fedora and today I am a frequent and dedicated user of the fedora Core. I am
one of the administrators of the site of the Community Fedora Brazil (
www.fedora.org.br), where I manage, I contribute with articles, tips, the
news and suport in the forum of the site. I am one of the creators and
desenvolvedores of the project ekaaty linux.
Thanks, more information: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/RudimarGrass
Administrador de Redes e Sistemas Linux
Coordenador de Suporte
I'm Gustavo Picoloto (GustavoPicoloto), Fedora Ambassador for Brazil.
Red Hat was my first contact with Linux in 1997 and I've been using
Fedora Core since it's first version.
I'm currently working at an Information Security company where I'm
responsible for security maintenance of Unix environment among
Gustavo Picoloto, LPIC-1, SCSECA