Consider Hackerspace KL too.
On Sat, May 7, 2011 at 1:37 PM, Mohd Izhar Firdaus Ismail <
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On Sat, May 7, 2011 at 12:56 PM, Mohd Izhar Firdaus Ismail
> Forgot to mention this last wednesday
> last wednesday there was a meeting with harish and other ambassadors
> on the possibility of FUDCon APAC,
> Harish asked the ambassadors from each country to organize FADs in
> this next few months to build up initial community and inject the
> culture. FUDCon and FAD is pretty much similar in term of format, the
> main difference is scale and expectations.
> Basically, heres the format for FAD:
> * Barcamp format
> * Between half a day to a day
> * Get as many people to talk
> * Topics can range from Fedora specific talks , to talks about
> applications or technologies thats available in Fedora repositories.
> Programming topics on Fedora also accepted.
> We will need to do one within several months time, i'm thinking of
> setting the dateline as 3 months.
> Venue wise, theres several options that i can think of, which easy to
> cater such event, considering its just a small event.
> * APIIT/UCTI
> * iTrain
> Target audience may range from normal end user to technical
> users/developers, though we should try promoting this event more to
> the technical guys because we will need people who can talk (its
> barcamp afterall). Normal end users should be targetted nonetheless,
> but that is not the priority (a barcamp which nobody talking is boring
> Number wise, I'm targeting around 20
> Schedule draft:
> Door opens, participant registration starts, we can try providing some
> tea/coffee or something (poke RH-MY?). Anybody who want to talk will
> need to register their topic and summary, and organizers will put them
> up on a wall or something.
> Participant who are going to speak will need to start pitching their
> talk to the audience. 1 minute is given to give a rough summary on
> what they are going to talk about.
> Attendees may then vote for talks they want to hear by ticking the
> topic posting at the wall.
> Organizers will then gather the wall postings and organize them
> according to category and popularity, and put them on the schedule
> wall, and separate by tracks
> Event starts, organizer task is to ensure people doesnt exceed their
> allocated time.
> Event end
> Mohd Izhar Firdaus Bin Ismail / KageSenshi
> Inigo Consulting (FOSS/Plone Development, Training & Services)
> Fedora Malaysia Contributor & Ambassador
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Mohd Izhar Firdaus Bin Ismail / KageSenshi
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