Greetings! I am in Ghana, Africa, spreading Free Software joy with Computer
From the show management perspective, Fedora had made an exceptional
presence. The foundations banner was proudly hung in time for show open.
Every one was very friendly. For all hours of show, I saw traffic and
activity. Being physically close to Red Hat seemed to be mutually
My only regret is not asking for Fedora goodies to take to Africa. I am
sure there were no leftovers anyhow.
Keep up the good work.
Beth Lynn Eicher
On Oct 17, 2012 12:35 AM, "Sarah White" <graphitefriction(a)gmail.com>
The Ohio LinuxFest took place on on September 28-30, 2012 in
Columbus, OH. Fellow Ambassadors Ben Williams, Cathy Williams, Ricky
Elrod and myself went to the event to represent Fedora. Below, I have
listed the links to Ben's Ohio LinuxFest 2012 report, the two blog
posts: Is that Fedora running on a Raspberry Pi? and How to install
and configure Fedora 17 Remix on your Raspberry Pi the event
inspired me to write, and the photos I took on the first  and
second  days of the Ohio LinuxFest.
Additional post-event information:
The OLF organizers announced that over 1000 people registered for the
We distributed 200 units of F17 media (our entire supply) and all of
the Fedora pens in the event kit.
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