Hi Ambassadors, is anyone interested in organizing a Fedora presence at
BrickHack 2019 at the Rochester Institute of Technology from Feb. 16-17,
We attended in 2016 and I thought it was a good event for us. I believe
I will be in Rochester for the dates, but I'm not sure yet, so I don't
want to take lead on organizing. I can also help with sponsorship
negotiation since we attended before.
A sponsorship information packet is attached. I believe we could get a
table in the main "arena" between $500-750 USD.
Is anyone interested in organizing this presence? Let me know if so, and
I'm happy to discuss this in more detail.
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Subject: Re: Fedora and BrickHack 4
From: Christopher Baudouin, Jr. <cbaudouinjr(a)coderit.org>
To: Justin W. Flory <jwf(a)fedoraproject.org>
CC: David Quach <david(a)coderit.org>, sponsorship(a)coderit.org
My name is Chris Baudouin and I am the President of codeRIT. I saw you
had interest in sponsoring BrickHack 4 but weren’t able to make it on
that date. I wanted to reach-out and invite Fedora to BrickHack V which
takes place February 16-17, 2019. If you would like more information
please let me know.
As a past sponsor of BrickHack, we would love to have you back for our
*Chris Baudouin, Jr.*
« Le Capitole du libre <https://2018.capitoledulibre.org/> (Cdl) » is a
meeting devoted to free software that takes place annually since 2009 in
the premises of the ENSEEIHT in Toulouse, France. This event was
formerly named Ubuntu party. During this event, there are stands, booths
and workshops. It took place the 17th and 18th of November (Saturday and
44 visitors came to Fedora stand to talk about Fedora, ask some
questions or to get some helps. Some main topics were mentioned Red Hat
bought by IBM of course, also the difficulties to find some info in the
documentation (Fedora-fr and official documentation). A Inkscape
developer reported a bug about our RPM which crashes for some functions
and these crashes do not exist upstream. We advice him to report this
issue to the Bugzilla of Fedora and checking differences in compilation
options for upstream and Fedora.
Some positive notes from users. Fedora is reliable and very up to date.
These points are appreciated.
We are lacking goodies for next events now.
The wiki page was created on the wiki:
You are kindly invited to the meeting:
EMEA Ambassadors on 2018-12-04 from 19:00:00 to 20:00:00 UTC
The meeting will be about:
EMEA Ambassadors regular meeting.
* Meeting Agenda:
- Roll Call
- Ambassadors Schedule
- Action items from previous meetings
- Open Floor
If you have any requests that need to be discussed during the meeting, make sure to file a ticket on pagure.