I'm writing about the French event : Journées Méditerranéennes du Logiciel Libre
(JM2L). It took place at Sophia-Antipolis, in South of France.
This event lasted for one day, the Saturday 28th November. While the day, there were
conferences, stands, practical work and an install party.
I was present for the stand activity only. Around 20 persons talked to me about Fedora
Project. There were newbies, curious people but all of them know the name of Fedora
Project. Some of them had recently switched to Fedora (from Ubuntu or Debian for most of
them). It was the occasion to explain some things : Fedora Spin, ARM support, different
versions (Workstation, Server and Cloud), etc. I presented the French community too.
I didn't receive negative feedback or suggestions.
And, some visitors bought our goodies. I distributed our almost last F22 DVD, because we
didn't have F23 DVDs yet. It became difficult to give that. ;)
It's all to me. To sum up, there is a wiki page concerning the event:
I hope this report will be useful. :)
Charles-Antoine Couret - Renault