2010/12/18 Max Spevack <mspevack(a)fedoraproject.org>:
On Fri, 17 Dec 2010, Bertrand Juglas wrote:
> So if Max agree to help me put together a talk about Fedora virtualization
> features, i would be glad to submit it and do it if selected.
Do you think you would prefer to submit it as a Lightning Talk or as part of
the Virt devroom?
The content of the talk depends on which choice you make, I think.
For a 15 minute Lightning Talk, I'd probably want to do a demonstration of
something Really Cool related to virt & Fedora 15. Maybe it's a simple
thing that most people don't know how to do -- which is "here's how to get
virtual machine running on your Fedora laptop in less than 15 minutes"
I feel more comfortable for a Lightning Talk because it would be my
first public talk in english. And i prefer demo than slides so let's
continue on the Lightning Talk idea.
I will update my Fedora 14 host server to Fedora 15 so i can already
test virt features of Fedora 15. And i plan to demo on my laptop
running Fedora 14 a Fedora 15 KVM guest running LXC containers to show
it's possible because of the different levels of virtualization. And
also to show how KVM can be used to run a newer version of Fedora
inside an older one.
It should be long enough for 15 minutes, do you agree ?
So i've enough elements to submit my talk request on
before the end of
Thank you for your help.