Michael J Knox wrote:
I have been kind of idle, reading all the emails and taking in what
others are doing/suggesting.
I would like to ask for some advice.
I live in New Zealand, in a town called Hamilton (or the Waikato). In
general, New Zealand has very few trade shows or events that one would
normally have a stall at etc.
I do have a local LUG which I am a member of, however, I doubt they
would appreciate a Fedora talk every month (considering the huge number
of debian dev's that reside in the LUG).
So, my question is, what can someone, in a small area, with little IT
related shows/events etc do as an ambassador?
At the moment, I try to post to the LUG's mailing list when Fedora
related news is made, things like Fedora reloaded podcasts etc etc.
I am all ears and keen for suggestions.
The important thing is to provide presentations that show unique value.
Fedora has quite a large number of unique features which we push
upstream in every release. Take a look at my draft presentation at
. After I attend the
meet (which is yet unconfirmed), I will publish this in
We will prepare a presentation on FC5 for you to get started.
Fedora Bug Triaging - http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers