While the JIL (Journée de l'Informatique Libre) is an event that place
every year (well since last year) to Toulon on the subject of
Free Software. It is also the only important event of its kind hosted by
the city. This remains a much more local event that JM2L example. This
day was organized by PostPro association.
For my part I attended the whole day and I held a stand. Moreover Fedora
was the only distribution "officially" shown, the other stands involve
local associations or more general as APRIL.
We were able to interact with interesting people, make Fedora, etc. Then
I reinforced the links with JM2L associations in the corner, Fedora is
the only major distribution
not used by a member of these associations, some people who wanted to
talk about Fedora have been redirected to me directly particular. I find
The day was otherwise well spent with interesting lectures.
But this event is not organized by PostPro next year. I therefore
proposed to organizers to take over in a few weeks, I will discuss more
deeply. And of course, Fedora can be better lighting next year in this
case (this year it was Kaella, after distribution of the association
Organizers for the event have ordered (or received) a large number of
Linux Pratique Essentiel (a French magazine) on Fedora 13 (and Ubuntu
10.10), which were free distribution.At the end of the day, there
remained 25. The organizer has kindly given meGiven the overall quality
of the article Fedora, I think it could be used at future events.
Otherwise it has received some donations of CDs, about 5-10 left.
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