Just a short update on this. The event went smooth, will work on a blog
post, and have it for the next meeting.
On Tue, Mar 22, 2016, at 05:45 AM, Justin W. Flory wrote:
On 03/18/2016 01:38 PM, Ardian Haxha wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've had a meeting with my college and they gave me a thumbs up for
> organizing events in our college. I've discussed thing more in general,
> thing like what is fedora, what we do etc. I am planning with them to
> organize for now at least one activity per month. They have also asked
> are there any other ways they can help in this process.
This is awesome news! Nice work opening the conversation with your
university. If you haven't already, I would bring this up in an EMEA
meeting or in a ticket to make sure you can help get the support and
guidance of others in your region as well.
Yes definitely, lets see in the next meeting.
> @Justin they addressed one question regarding marketing, is it
ok if we
> share a banner with Fedora's logo and their logo too ? the case would be
> in roll up banners.
As far as logo usage goes, you'll want to take that up with Fedora
Legal. I would drop an email to logo(a)fedoraproject.org and explain what
you're doing, why you're doing it, and what context the logo will be
Yes, thank you.
> > I will be organizing my first event with them on Tuesday for Google
> > Summer of Code, and how the process would be to apply to Fedora.
> Guess that's today! Best of luck with the event, and hope all goes well!
> If you need any help or advice at the event, feel free to drop a line in
> IRC. If I'm online, I'd be glad to help remotely in any way I can.
> Again, nice work in putting this together with your university!
> Justin W. Flory
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