I have written an mail to Noah J. Chelliah
), who has answered to
me for the first time, and awaiting for his reply. I have added also
your and Ruth's mail address, so fingers crossed that we receive in
time a reply.
Thank you in advance your and the team aid,
2015-07-01 21:30 GMT+02:00 Remy DeCausemaker <rdecause(a)redhat.com>:
Are you still in contact with the folks from the Linux Action Show? I have gotten
clearance to ask for a quote for what it would take for them to get out to FLOCK
This is crossing the streams on another thread posted here today, but we should probably
get a 2 hour session in a workshop room booked for them to do a "Live from
FLOCK" show on Friday, as Ruth requested folks reach out for (assuming getting them
here will not be prohibitively expensive.)
If you would, please send an intro email between me and the hosts, and ask them to put
together a quote. This is not a guaranteed "Yes, we can give you a full-ride to
FLOCK" but it will give us a starting point to figure out what would be needed to get
the show to FLOCKchester.
I'm hanging out out #fedora-commops on Freenode if that helps close this loop too.
Thanks Zoltan and Ruth :)
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> On Wed, Jun 03, 2015 at 06:53:39PM +0200, Zoltan Hoppar wrote:
> > I think they have changed, and we can have a host that actually a
> > veteran Fedora user. True, in the past they have made some offending
> > sentences, but those guys are gone.
> Just like open source, attitude about open source changes. Let's not
> rely on years-old media, just look at the F22 review here:
> I haven't made it through the whole thing yet, but it's *glowing*.
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