Dear All ,
I'm thinking about an event in my country Egypt , where I can support
Fedora,raise the technical level and break the rule that "Egypt is not a
suitable place for any big events that include gurus and strong
developers".I'm thinking about turning Egypt to be a hot spot for strong
technical events "like Linux Tag" for example.
I have talked with Nayyar , and I'm preparing the proposal to be posted on
Fedora ,but I'm asking if we can invite some of Fedora developers to come
and talk in this event?I hope that it's possible ,and I want to hear your
suggestions for that,and you can guide me if I'm misleading some of the
Mohammed Safwat , ambassador from Egypt.
We've got about 2 months left in the Fedora 11 release cycle.
Looking at the EMEA events page, I only see two events between now and
F12's release that would need media:
* Software Freedom Day in Stockholm (Roger Sinel)
* OpenExpo in Winterthur (Fabian Affolter)
A while back, we took an inventory of what was left from the FUDCon
Berlin media, and made sure that the FrOSCon folks had CDs, etc.
I already know that Roger Sinel needs some media in Stockholm, but I'm
not sure what Fabian's situation is.
So, the purpose of this email is to:
(1) Find out if Fabian has the media he needs for OpenExpo.
(2) Find out who has leftover F11 media that they aren't using, and
could ship to Roger in Stockholm.
I'd rather not have to go back to the production company for a small run
of extra F11 media, and instead save our money for F12 media, and
because we're working on getting together a new tshirt order for EMEA as
More details about swag status, production, and distribution to be
expected coming out of FAD EMEA next month.
>On Tue, Sep 1, 2009 at 11:27 AM, Greg DeKoenigsberg<gdk(a)redhat.com> wrote:
>> Any ambassadors or interested folks in Florida?
>> It's Saturday October 24th.
>Since this is relatively closed list - Jack went to FLS-JAX in 2008,
>and I went to speak at FLS-JAX earlier this year. Both events were
>honestly a bit disappointing. Seemed like attendance was less than 100
>(and struck me as less than 50 if you didn't include the Ubuntu LoCo
>booth workers) at FLS-JAX. Orlando may be a completely different
>story, and I know we have at least one person in Florida.
I'm actually waiting on word to be a volunteer for the overall show, whether it's ticket taker, whatever. They have all my info and have acknowledged, just waiting...