Indeed, I have red on the "fedora-devel-list-bounces(a)redhat.com" a message from Paul - paul(a)all-the-johnsons.co.uk -
who said :
> Any chance that us in Europe can have a FUDCon? I know the US is big,
> but there are lots of people over this side who can't get to the US, but
> could get to somewhere in Europe easier (such as London).
> It's annoyed me that both Novell and Fedora have done this now,
> especially as a large number of contributors to Novell products are UK
> and Europe based!
I thought it was a good idea !!! Even if as Jos Vos said "London is not really the center of Europe ;-)"
Then seth vidal adviced us to talk on this list.
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There is a Linux fest happening at Indiana University (in Bloomington)
on March 30th. Originally spot and I were going to have a Fedora booth,
sponsored by Red Hat and Pogo Linux. Pogo has pulled out of this and
will not fund my trip there, however we do still have booth space if we
want it. Is anybody interested in helping spot out at the booth, or is
RH willing to fund my airfare (and possibly hotel) so that I can help
him? Not only do we have booth space, but we can also give a couple
talks. I was planning on talking about Kickstart, given that it's
usable in a University environment and not really really boring like OEM
Jesse Keating RHCE (http://geek.j2solutions.net)
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