The 16th IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits, and
Systems, ICECS 2009 , will be held in Tunisia on the 13th to 16th
The wiki page  says we have 7 ambassadors in Tunisia. Can anyone of
you represent FEL at that conference ?
- writing and sending a paper (will be done by me)
- prepare local ambassadors with the talking points (will be done by me)
- attend the conference and distribute your Fedora business cards (eat
good food too :) )
- if our paper is selected by the chair, the ambassador will give a
brief introduction about Fedora&FEL
You may find other publications, screenshots and presentations on .
I believe that FEL should be sending papers to technical conferences
around the world. These papers will describe our opensource EDA
solutions and Fedora's key features eventually.
If you are aware of such conferences in your locality, please let me know :)
Greetings from Russia. Russian Ambassadors want to know - what is
Russian Fedora? Is it official spin-off or it's unlegal?
"Usage of trademark was granted to Russian Fedora by agreement
between Red Hat and other company that represent it here, AFAIK."
Is it true? I wanna know, becouse i should know what to tell people
about this project.
"Max Spevack was on presentation on Russian Fedora launch.".
Max, can you comment this?
Best regards, Dmitry Vorotnikov | foxhaund(a)gmail.com
Would someone who was at FUDCon Boston 2009 please point us at a photo
of them wearing their shirt, both the front & the back, or just email us
We have images of the *design* of the shirt for FUDCon Berlin, but we
also need a photo of what the shirt actually looks like *on* someone
(front & back) to show to a potential producer in Europe.
FAmSCo is working organizing a contest that will involve F11 Release Events.
We will evaluate event reports (photos, blog posts etc.), paying
attention to the organization (read
thanks to Thomas Canniot) and everything that could help your event to
be a Fedora Style one.
During the next days we will give you more details about it.
So, if you haven't think about it yet, this could be an interesting reason.
This mail is a reminder for today´s meeting for French ambassadors and
_every_ interested people.
2009-05-31 / 18:30 UTC
Ce mail est un rappel pour la réunion des ambassadeurs francophones,
qui aura lieu ce dimanche (31 mai.) à 20h30 heure de Paris sur
IRC (freenode) #fedora-meeting .
L'ordre du jour est disponible depuis cette page :
N'hésitez pas à le modifier pour rajouter des sujets qui vous semblent
Merci de répondre à ce message en cas d'indisponibilité.
With Love B.A p Raman Original message From:Gireesh Sreekantan< sgireeshmail(a)gmail.com >Date: 30 May 09 21:24:32Subject:Re: [fedoraindia] Wordpress Linux Theme RequiredTo: fedoraindia(a)redhat.comBEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE Hash: SHA1On 05/30/2009 06:12 PM, Gaurav Prabhu wrote: > I will be starting a blog dedicated to Linux in a couple of days. I am > searching for a good Wordpress Theme which would suit my site's theme > i.e. Open Source/GNU Linux. My site will mostly concentrate on Fedora & > ubuntu, so a blue theme like Fedora solar will look good. I searched > around but was unable to get a good theme. All I got was Windows Vista. > Is there any Wordpress Theme designed to use for A Linux blog? Please > help me find one.This one seems to match the fedora default Nodoko theme colors to a large extent. And it's under a CC license. http://www.freewpthemes.net/preview/presentedTry googling around and you should turn up something more closer. fedoradesignlist is also a good place
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*Fedora 11 Preview Release Party @ Vadodara, India.*
The Fedora 11 Release Party was planned today, 30th May 2009, at BCA
department, Faculty of Science, The M. S. University of Baroda in Vadodara
for student and VGLUG members. Eventually, the Fedora 11 released was
postponed to 2nd June and then 9th June 2009 but we kept the event as it is
and used Fedora 11 Preview release. I did not want to postpone this event as
I was in the city for short time. So this event turned out to be more like
Fedora Install Fest rather than Release Party. :)
We were supposed to start the event at sharp 8 AM as it is summer time and
temperature goes above 40 degree Celsius during the day. I reached the place
at 8 AM and was the first person to reach the venue. Few students came
around 8:15 and we went into the lab to start things up. By 9 AM there were
around 20-25 students of BCA department and VGLUG members. It is exam time
in the department so there were less students attending the event. I started
the presentation of Fedora containing Fedora 11 installation with
introduction to some cool new features of Fedora 11. After my presentation
Mr. Sham Arsiwala of Electromech, Ahmedabad showed some cool 3-D compiz
desktop effects from his Fedora 10 lappy.
I was happy to see that most of the students were using Linux in the college
and were preparing for Linux Practical exam in coming few days time. Few
students were keen to know how they can contribute to Fedora or any other
Open Source project. I showed them
http://fedoraproject.org/en/join-fedoraand explained how they can
contribute to Fedora. After all this it was time
to do some hands on installation of Fedora 11 Preview. I had already setup
an NFS share for installation and few students tried to installed on their
The students were very much eager to get the Free DVD of Fedora 11 but I was
not able to provide them Fedora 11. We provided Fedora 10 DVDs to them just
now and promised them to provide Fedora 11 after 2 weeks in my next visit to
the city again for some small LUG event. I informed that they can contact
local contacts for getting Fedora 11 anytime they want and also showed them
following links to get Fedora free media.
I was glad to see interest of students and MSU officials for this event. The
department officials want to keep one more event exclusively for students in
month of August regarding participation of students in Open Source Projects.
I am looking forward for having events in future here as I can see many
students are interested in exploring new things.
Check out the photos captured of this event from following link.
Nirmal D Pathak.
I was born free!
No Gates and Windows can restrict my Freedom!!