FUDCon3 in SF?

Greg DeKoenigsberg gdk at redhat.com
Thu Jun 9 12:23:16 UTC 2005

Good point.

Pragmatically, the reason for holding the events at LWCEs:

1. A large critical mass;
2. An excuse to fly Redhatters there on someone else's budget.

It's all about budget.  Until there's a larger pile of money devoted to
FUDCons and other Fedora events, it's a matter of opportunistic


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On Thu, 9 Jun 2005, Chris Ricker wrote:

> On Wed, 8 Jun 2005, seth vidal wrote:
> > Just a heads up mid aug is really really bad for most people in
> > academia.
> Something else to consider as well: if the North America FUDCons just 
> alternate between LWCEs, they're largely always going to draw the same 
> crowd. If one's in conjunction with LWCE and the other in conjunction with 
> something "different" -- something like LISA, or the main USENIX 
> conference, or the Red Hat Summit, or the O'Reilly Open Source Convention 
> (though that one might be bad, since it doesn't move locations from year 
> to year), or ... -- you're likely to enable more people to make at least 
> one of the FUDCons a year.
> later,
> chris
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