This mail is a reminder for today´s meeting for French ambassadors and
_every_ interested people.
2009-02-01 / 19:30 UTC
Ce mail est un rappel pour la réunion des ambassadeurs francophones,
qui aura lieu ce dimanche (2 fev.) à 20h30 heure de Paris sur
IRC (freenode) #fedora-meeting .
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Thanks. Ok. I am forwarding it there.
On Sun, Feb 1, 2009 at 7:26 PM, Jonathan Roberts
> 2009/2/1 Ashiqur Rahman Angel <angel(a)linux.org.bd>:
> > Hi,
> > It´s almost one year, I am with the Fedora community. In this one year, I
> > met so many great people from Fedora community. I have visited hundreds
> > forums, mailing lists. I meet so many people who uses Fedora (also who
> > doesn´t). I have learned so many things from them. Some of them are
> > using Fedora and some them are not. And I think, as a community member,
> > my responsibility to inform you guys about some issues that I think, why
> > people doesnt like to use Fedora or switching to other distros. And
> > something, that we need to fix.
> You'd probably be far better off discussing this on
> Fedora-marketing-list mailing list
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Looking for thoughts on this.
What would the Freemedia\Ambassadors think,
if we cannot include Unity-Respins as full Project sponsored spins.
Could we try work on them as an upgrade option.
John (inode) voiced something similar previously:
Where requester is sent the Official Media,
and the closest Unity-spin to the request date.
It will cost ambassadors a bit extra on media\time\p+p.
But it will save the requester time\money, and
give them a fairly concurrent box.
If feedback is positive, would others be willing to help me bring this
forward, to the relevant groups\committees?
Hi, all --
I've signed up for a room at LinuxFest Northwest for a Fedora Activity Day
during the weekend. I don't know exactly when we'll get a room or other
details -- I'll pass them on as soon as I know what they are -- but so far
the wiki is here:
Bear in mind there are a lot of TBD (to be determined) on the page because
not much is set in stone. In fact, nothing except my request for a room has
Details to follow.
Hi, all --
Of particular interest to North American folks: Over the past couple of
weeks Joseph Smidt and I have discussed an event to be held at the
University of California Irvine in the spring. Originally, I was going to
give a mere presentation at UCI, but after lengthy discussions, it has grown
into something larger.
What Joseph has come up with is Linux UC Irvine -- LUCI -- an event which
will take place in April of this year.
LUCI serves as an introduction of Linux to the students and faculty of the
university, as well as serving as a basis for starting a Linux Users Group
on campus and, as a long-range goal, holding twice-a-year Linux festivals
every year on campus.
While the format for this inaugural event needs to be hashed out -- I'm
imagining a presentation along with demonstrations of Fedora would be a main
ingredient of the event -- and other logistical facets need to be addressed,
I wanted to make everyone aware of this event and ask anyone in the Southern
California area (as well as anyone else who might be interested) who wants
to participate to contact either Joseph or me.
The wiki for this event is at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/LUCI
Thanks, Joseph, for carrying the ball on this project and I'm hoping others
will join up.
This project, of course, is in the planning stages, and Joseph and I can
answer any questions (and, Joseph, if I missed anything, feel free to jump