Tommy, thank you for your post. :)
Wow, a video, awesome!!! :)
I would like to share a few joyful moment after Fedora 18 Beijing
Release Party last weekend. It's the second Fedora themed event in Beijing after the
Events leads to FADs, FADs lead to FUDCon. :)
The event was hold in Information Technology Academy of Tsinghua
university. Six "Spherical Cow" related presentations were presented by
long-term project contributors, Red Hat engineers and open source hackers from other
communities. The topics cover i18n, cloud computing and open source hardware. 50 Fedora 18
LiveDVD 64bit(40 GNOME 10 KDE) were burned and distributed. Another 20 or so legacy Fedora
DVDs were spread for backward compatibility. Nearly 70 people have participated the event.
Feedback survey were sent to attendances via email. Result can be expected in a week or
Great turnout. :)
A survey! :)
One thing worth to mention is that we had a preliminary agreement
with people from GNOME Chinese User Group to hold a Tech Seminar every month. More
specific details will be finalized after Chinese New Year holiday.
FYI, I like the photo booth! :D
I look forward to the feedback entries done by attendance posted back on this mailing list
in English. I am very certain everyone likes user feedback! :)
This release party is initialized and organized by Ambassador Alick
Zhao, with assistance from Marketing Christopher Meng, Photographer Tommy He and Mentor
Give my best to your team. :v)
Please have a Great Fedora day and weekend! :~)
- David -
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Even experts make mistakes.
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