A few of the Fedora Websites team have been working on a "Live" version of
the flocktofedora website, where the content and layout are optimized to
get people the information they need when they are attending flock. Where
the previous website was more focussed on getting people registered, and
getting their travel plans in place, this version is more for getting
around, and info on Flock as it happens.
It is currently in it's own branch of fedora-websites if you want to clone
it and have a look:
looking at getting this staged soon.
On Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at 3:12 AM, Paul McCathy <angwahgerard(a)gmail.com>
> Hey guys, just for clarification, I applied to flock and I don't know my
> status yet because I didn't receive any reply. Am I to receive a
> confirmation letter or is there another means by which I am to be
Unclear what "applied" means here? Did you register for the conference? If
so, you're in.
Joe Brockmeier | Community Team, OSAS
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The Cloud SIG has a late modification to the description for the "OpenShift on
Fedora" session scheduled on Thursday. The new blurb for sched.org is below.
-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: Description of Fedora OpenShift Hackfest
Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2016 12:56:59 -0700
From: Josh Berkus <jberkus(a)redhat.com>
To: sgallagh(a)redhat.com, duffy(a)redhat.com
CC: scollier(a)redhat.com <scollier(a)redhat.com>, Adam Miller
<admiller(a)redhat.com>, Dusty Mabe <dustymabe(a)redhat.com>
Do you want to run your containerized applications on an all-Fedora platform?
Interested in deploying OpenShift on Fedora? Come help us make that a reality in
this Origin-on-Fedora hackfest. We'll be working on troubleshooting and building
an official Fedora Atomic Origin stack.
This will include showing some of the deployment options for Origin on Fedora,
as well as going over the current blockers and state of the project. Then we'll
get to hacking. Bring a laptop, and your Ansible, Ops, and/or Docker knowledge
to pitch in.
Red Hat OSAS
I'm combing thru the flock booklet before sending to the printers and
comparing with sched.org to make sure the booklet is accurate and I
noticed that the keynote descriptions (I know the 2nd one just came in)
aren't in sched.org. Here's all the content:
keynote 1 => State of Fedora 2016 Keynote
In the opening keynote, the Fedora Project Leader shares data-driven
insight into the current state of the Fedora operating system and Fedora
community and presents a vision for Fedora 25, Fedora 26, and beyond.
keynote 2 => Radosław Krowiak Co-owner, Akademia Programowania
Radek will introduce the reality of modern and open education, and how
since 2013 Polish educational company Akademia Programowania has
prepared users and creators of technology as young as 5 years old for a
future wherein technology plays one of the biggest roles in our everyday
lives. This keynote will highlight coding as not only a way to create
programs, but also an exercise of creativity and teaching problem
solving approaches that is a fresh alternative to traditional education
based on schemes and “the right answers."
There seems to be no strong feelings about these issues, so barring
something new being raised in the next day, I will send this to the
Wireless for attendees:
Traffic Limit: 5/5 Mbps
Wireless for presenters:
Traffic Limit: 30/30 Mbps
Splash Page for Wifi:
Notes for book:
List Wireless for Attendees
Ask everyone to respect the presentation wireless and not use it
unless actually presenting.
20.07.2016 01:39 Igor Gnatenko <i.gnatenko.brain(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > [...]
> > Anything is good if you don't find a better option but I'd like
> > to discourage that area due to high criminality (gang warfare,
> > although many people say that this stereotype is false, also
> > Flock venue area is not much different) and the distance which
> > is more than 8 km. This will be 8 minutes by car only if there
> > are no traffic jams, which means at night. At day it will be 15-40
> > minutes. Seems like you have just sorted all hotels still available
> > in Krakow by price and chosen the cheapest one. Well, it has
> > available rooms and cheap price for a reason.
> Can you give a bit more information what's wrong with that area?
> Some link?
Polish only but can be passed through a translation service:
and a proof that the area we have been talking about is not
> And 9km is not a problem, it's always possible to walk ;)
Sure, I encourage this if time and body condition allow. :)