I have a contact who will soon travel to the Xi'An University in China
to promote the opensource philosophy with the IC design people there
and talk about how FEL can help.
I would like to ask you, Fedora Ambassadors, whether you can do the
same, if you have to chance to meet key people at your local
We have some slides of previous events here (together with an
Feel free to use them and let us know about your coverage :)
FEL : http://spins.fedoraproject.org/fel
Like the first Town Hall meeting, this one is going to be held, with
other candidates, in #fedora-townhall (and #fedora-townhall-public for
questions) at 1800 UTC.
I hope to see you there!
For more informations, visit
This mail is a reminder for today´s meeting for French ambassadors and
_every_ interested people.
2009-11-29 / 18:30 UTC
Ce mail est un rappel pour la réunion des ambassadeurs francophones,
qui aura lieu ce dimanche (29 nov.) à 20h30 heure de Paris sur
IRC (freenode) #fedora-meeting .
L'ordre du jour est disponible depuis cette page :
N'hésitez pas à le modifier pour rajouter des sujets qui vous semblent
Merci de répondre à ce message en cas d'indisponibilité.
If you are interested in what some FAmSCo candidates are proposing for
the future of Fedora Ambassadors, join in #fedora-townhall and
p.s. Next town hall, with other candidates, will be Monday 30th at
1800 UTC in the same channels
Boys and Girls,
I have been going through the questionnaire on the elections and it hit me
that we actually have two releases in a year - a large number perhaps? In 5
years that means 10 releases. Fedora 22.
So I dont know about this but I would like to float an idea about an
alternative naming convention perhaps? Because just the thought of "Fedora
48" doesn't sound too pleasing at least to me...
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Today Kam Salisbury sent me the details for the twitter account
@fedora_linux, if you have any suggestion or hint please let me know,
and also if you want to let the world know about any subject you are
free to contact me.
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