On Mon, May 5, 2014 at 1:09 PM, Paul W. Frields <stickster(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Some of the best keynotes I've attended at conferences -- and the 3D
printing talk last year at Flock was up there -- involve more than
just technology. They also touch on larger issues of community,
social, and cultural impact. The Fedora.next session might fall into
this bin, but I'd say something more outward-looking would be a great
pace to set.
What about having someone speak on an initiative related to (but not
part of) the brave new world of Fedora.next, like Docker, the Maker
world outside 3D printing, or some other non-Fedora interest?
This is the kind of thing I was thinking. In addition, it would be nice if
it were people who aren't keynoting every other conference three times a
year. People who could use a boost in visibility.