On Fri, Jul 09, 2010 at 08:10:42PM +0200, Sebastian Dziallas wrote:
On Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 7:46 PM, Paul W. Frields
> On Fri, Jul 09, 2010 at 11:01:22AM -0400, Paul W. Frields wrote:
>> As Ben pointed out, the upcoming LinuxCon event in Boston, MA (USA)
>> from August 10-12 has been on the events schedule for a while without
>> an owner:
>> I just got a note from the Linux Foundation's events director that
>> they are giving the Fedora Project a complimentary booth. I've also
>> received a PDF with full details on space and setup.
>> Is there anyone in the vicinity interested in staffing such a booth?
> And to sweeten the pot... :-) Tom 'spot' Callaway has said he'll be
> happy to own LinuxCon, but would definitely welcome one or more
> co-owners. Spot's a fun guy to hang with, to which anyone who knows
> him will attest.
Oh yes, I'll +1 that. :) I'm running the education summit on Aug 9,
the day before the official conference starts, together with Jeff and
Karlie - anybody interested in coming? *shameless plug* I'll be around
for LinuxCon - except Tuesday - too. So I think I'll be able to
randomly hang out there.
> Spot has media on the way from Clint 'herlo' Savage, and I've hooked
> him up with Ben Williams to arrange for Event Box, banners, etc.
> I've marked the [[Events]] page on the wiki accordingly, and left an
> invitation for co-ownership.
A note -- I got a message from the Linux Foundation organizers saying
that they are quickly reaching capacity.
If anyone's thinking about helping Spot at the booth, please email him
offlist to get the required registration code. Then register ASAP so
that you can get an exhibitor badge.
Sebastian, wish I was going to be there to say hi. But have a great
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