Ponte en contacto con Arun Gupta (agupta at red hat punto com) , el esta
encargado de Developer advocacy... no estoy seguro si es EMEA o global...
De cualquier manera el te podrá orientar al respecto.
On Tue, 17 Mar 2015 04:10 Antonio Sallés <antonio(a)salles.cl> wrote:
> Hi all,
> We are trying to hire a bid for JBoss Users and Developers Conference
> here in LATAM region, specifically in Santiago de Chile. Years ago we
> (Chilean Team) were involved as coordinators of FUDCon Santiago 2010, so
> we have the experience for build something even bigger, but we need the
> correct guidelines for assure a good organization. So, I would like to
> ask if somebody knows about guidelines for organize this event in details,
> guess there exist a kind of how-to, as the existing for our FUDCon.
> I have budget from Red Hat Latam for finance it.
> Best regards.
> Muchas gracias.
> Antonio Sebastián Sallés M.
> Sr Consultant
> RHCE, RHCVA, RHCDS
> Red Hat SAC Region - Southern, Andean and Caribbean Latin America
> M: +56-9-8281-7161
> Red Hat
> Av Apoquindo 2827 7th floor
> Las Condes, Santiago, Chile
> ambassadors mailing list
We are trying to hire a bid for JBoss Users and Developers Conference
here in LATAM region, specifically in Santiago de Chile. Years ago we
(Chilean Team) were involved as coordinators of FUDCon Santiago 2010, so
we have the experience for build something even bigger, but we need the
correct guidelines for assure a good organization. So, I would like to
ask if somebody knows about guidelines for organize this event in details, I
guess there exist a kind of how-to, as the existing for our FUDCon.
I have budget from Red Hat Latam for finance it.
Antonio Sebastián Sallés M.
RHCE, RHCVA, RHCDS
Red Hat SAC Region - Southern, Andean and Caribbean Latin America
Av Apoquindo 2827 7th floor
Las Condes, Santiago, Chile
i will make a new Linux Course for beginner in our university
i need your idea and any Suggestions
and if you have any slides i can use it in presentation
and i have a problem about what a Distribution to use for beginner
Fedora or ubuntu
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Credit goes to Sirko for the original idea - he suggested this at the
Phnom Penh FAD last year and I think it's a great idea that we should
probably think deeper about and act on before it is forgotten.
The current call for bid for FUDCon happened in November, got awarded
in January and is happening in June. Overall we have about 6 months
to get everything in place to do the event, which is just about enough
time for teams that have experience and resources in organizing
events. However, it could be better. We could open the bid for the
next FUDCon for the region ~2-3 months before the dates of the current
FUDCon and after discussions, announce the winner for the bid at the
current FUDCon. That would give the next team about a year to get
everything in place.
That is, we could make a call for bids for FUDCon APAC 2016 about now
(maybe last week or March or beginning of April) and time discussions
such that we reach a decision just before FUDCon Pune at the end of
June. We could then announce the venue for the next FUDCon APAC
chapter during the event, probably at the close of the second or the
It won't be much of a surprise for those who attend the APAC
ambassador meetings or for FAmSCO or the FPL, but it could become a
nice little tradition that we form for the event. This could also be
adopted by FUDCon LATAM or even Flock.
Inelectronics Student Club and Open Hatch are planning an Open Source
Comes to Campus event at Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Algeria, On October 2015, and we're looking for sponsors.
Open Source Comes to Campus: it's a day long workshop focused on welcoming
newcomers into the free software and open source community.You can learn
more about the workshop here: http://campus.openhatch.org/
The expenses for this event are fairly straightforward. Because the event
lasts from one to two days, we'll want to provide lunch as well as snacks
for our attendees and mentors. We may also want to reimburse mentors for
their travel expenses, if we have funds available, although we're hopeful
that everyone will be local.
Sponsors of the event will be thanked on our event website as well as at
the event. They're welcome to send representatives to mentor at the event or
to speak briefly about the company. If you have any swag, we're happy to
distribute it, and we'll thank you in any official blog posts that get written
up about the event. We already have Source Forge ( http://sourceforge.net/ )
and OpenSUSE ( https://www.opensuse.org/)as one of our sponsors, and we
are looking for more to make this big event happen.
if anyone is interested in joining and helping me out in this event , feel
free to email me, and if one of the fedora ambassadors can help us out in
the sponsorship too.
Thanks for consider this request, and let me know if you have any questions!
Looking forward to hear from you soon.