> (3) Planning continues for the
> This FAD is not meant to be the place where specific events are planned,
> but rather it's an opportunity to make sure that all the processes
> around events, budget, reimbursements, etc. are clear and up to date,
> for all regions of the world. At least, that's my goal for the event.
> Mel Chua is leading the organization of this event. Remote participation
> will definitely be possible via IRC and gobby, and I think that
> Ambassadors all over the world will be interested in the results.
Just a quick update on this : we have quick planning meetings (the last
one took 10 minutes) on IRC in #fudcon-planning from 1700-1800 UTC
(noon-1pm EST) on Mondays and 2100-2200 UTC (4-5pm EST) on Thursdays
(our old FUDCon organizers meeting time).
It's at the end of the month (starts 1/29) so if you're interested in
attending either in-person or remotely, we need to know ASAP - ping the
you're interested. I'm guessing it'll be particularly helpful to have
remote Ambassadors coming in to test and give feedback on the last day
(Sunday) of the sprint - you folks are the experts on Events, after all.