Fedora Booth for LWCE:SF
jkeating at j2solutions.net
Thu Jun 30 19:48:49 UTC 2005
On Thu, 2005-06-30 at 12:22 -0700, Karsten Wade wrote:
> Do we have a binder or any notes from previous booths?
Thats a good question for Jack. He's been doing them all so far.
> > Having some systems in the booth is good, having them DO SOMETHING
> > even better. Since we're not going to have any FUDCon talks, I
> > doing some mini presentations in the booth using the systems might
> be a
> > good way to draw some people over and show them what it really is.
> Yes, yes, definitely. A small series of presentations, one every two
> hours?, with a posted schedule.
We'll have to see how many presentations we have before designing a
(rotating?) schedule. System setup time is a factor as well.
> I'll put some thought into what would make a good SELinux
> We can do some fun stuff locally, then show how well a strict policy
> works by letting people try stuff as root on Russell Coker's FC play
Ah, sounds good. I wonder if RH will be doing SELinux presentations in
their booth space as well, might not want to compete.
> > I also think we should have a good diversity of arches represented,
> > Intel box, an AMD box (dual cores anybody?), I'll have my Apple
> > but maybe a mac mini would be cool for the table.
> Wonder if there are any IHVs who will contribute some hardware for
In the past, Pogo Linux provided system(s) for the booth. They have
access to typical Intel/AMD (even dual core) systems, but probably not
an apple. I still have a fairly good relationship with them even though
I no longer work there and I can act as the liason for getting hardware.
We just have to determine what we want to have.
> Perhaps Greg can find out who Red Hat is sending that might be able to
> pull some presentation duty.
> I'll add my meager few thoughts to that page.
Jesse Keating RHCE (http://geek.j2solutions.net)
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