There are very few communities in the wiki. And a couple of them show
no information about the current equipment (if they have any). I think
it's a good idea to work more on this. All booths, independently from
their locations, should look attractive and professional.
On 09/11/16 19:41, Ardian Haxha wrote:
As we mentioned this topic in our last EMEA meeting, I was wondering
if we can make some progress with it. I know there maybe an issue with
budget wise, but maybe we can handle this for the next fiscal year?
On Sat, Jan 16, 2016, at 01:32 AM, Giannis Konstantinidis wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> thank you for participating. Albania, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo,
> Poland and Serbia is on that list.
> However these countries represent only a specific portion of the EMEA
> region. We wish to support as many active Fedora communities as
> possible. If yours is missing, please fill in the wiki page below
> until this Tuesday (19/Jan).
> Where will all these be produced? Well, I'm willing to get quotes
> from Greek vendors, pick the best option, produce and ship everything
> from there. Unless another person steps up and co-ordinates the whole
> production in their country instead.
> Your feedback and ideas are certainly welcome.
> Giannis Konstantinidis
> giannisk on irc.freenode.net
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