[Ambassadors] LinuxCon Europe and others in Prague
rbergero at redhat.com
Thu Jun 30 20:05:48 UTC 2011
On 06/30/2011 11:57 AM, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
> Robyn Bergeron píše v Čt 30. 06. 2011 v 09:47 -0700:
>> On 06/30/2011 09:19 AM, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
>>> there will be a kind of a super conference week in Prague because these
>>> events will take place in one city within one week:
>>> LinuxCon Europe 2011 -
>>> Linux Kernel Summit 2011 -
>>> Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2011 -
>>> GStreamer Conference 2011 -
>>> Real Time Linux Workshop 2011 -
>>> I'm wondering if Fedora folks are interested in any of these events.
>>> Linux Kernel Summit is invitation-only and LinuxCon seems to be rather a
>>> business conference since admission starts at $350. On other hand, I
>>> read in the marketing mailing list that some Fedora ambassadors were
>>> going to have a Fedora booth on LinuxCon North America 2011. So maybe we
>>> can try to do the same for LinuxCon Europe.
>> I'm happy to circle back with her and make arrangements for a booth at
>> the LinuxCon in Europe (and the LinuxCon in Brazil, for that matter, if
>> someone's interested in that), and then make sure she and the event
>> owners get introduced.
>> Like I said in the marketing list, though, we are only able to get 2
>> free passes for Ambassadors.
>> (And FYI for Ambassadors in NA: I'm putting LinuxCon on the meeting
>> agenda for next week, and it looks like we have an event owner as well
>> on the events page.)
> I was in touch with Angela a few days ago because I was examining ways
> how Red Hat could get involved, but since we have people in Brazil
> interested as well I would recommend that we try to negotiate all events
> in one and get the same deal for all. If you've already spoken with
> Angela about LinuxCon NA can you please try to get the same deal for
> Europe and Brazil as, too?
> I promise I will take care of a booth on the Europe one.
I'll get in touch with her about the Fedora booths for Europe and Brazil
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