SCALE 8x publicity
Paul W. Frields
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Tue Feb 9 20:42:25 UTC 2010
On Tue, Feb 09, 2010 at 11:08:13AM -0800, Karsten Wade wrote:
> So we have a few things going on at SCALe 8x, 19 to 21 Feb in Los
> Angeles, CA. These are newsworthy, such that we think it's worth
> cranking up the joint Red Hat-Fedora PR mechanisms. What are they?
> Here's what is going on, in a nutshell:
> * Friday - Fedora Activity Day to work on Summer Coding and getting
> ready for the coming Google Summer of Code.
> * Friday - Women in Open Source - The self-described Fedora Mascots
> are going to give a talk, "Ultimate Randomness - Girl
> voices in open source." These are Larry's 12-year-old
> and my 12- and 9-year-old daughters.
> * Saturday - I give the 10 am keynote, "Being a Catalyst in Commnities
> - The scientific facts about the open source way."
> * Saturday - Richard Fontana talks at 4:30 on Sunday, "Improving the
> Open Source Legal System."
> * Sat/Sun - Fedora booth in the main expo hall (booth 43, straight in
> the front doors, second cross-aisle, turn right, on the
> left in the middle, where the [F] is:
> <-----------------/ \------------------->
> 1st row
> <_________________ ___________________>
> 2nd row
> <_______[F]_______ ___________________>
> Back row
> Anything I'm missing?
> What is Red Hat planning around PR for this event?
> What can we do together?
> As we did last year, Fedora Ambassadors will be making out some flyers
> publicizing Fedora and Red Hat talks. So far, Richard's is the main
> one I see, but there is also a Sugar presentation we might want to
> connect with?
> - Karsten
>  http://quaid.fedorapeople.org/presentations/proposals/SCALE_8x_2010/WiOS-Ultimate_Randomness-Girl_voices_in_open_source.txt
>  http://quaid.fedorapeople.org/presentations/proposals/SCALE_8x_2010/Being_A_Catalyst_In_Communities-proposal.txt
Kara is interested in doing some Red Hat PR around SCALE -- there will
be a great mix of both Fedora and Red Hat principals at the event
speaking. (I think Thomas Cameron should show off both his tattoos.)
Karsten, is the FAD still going to feature work on our Summer Coding
engagement for 2010?
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