just a hint, sending DVD who wants now isnt that good, we did that in earlier time in EMEA and then when we had an event we tried to collect leftovers from them we did send it before.
We did in Phnom Penh that nice event planning, so go over it and look where how many DVD will be needed and the event owner should request them a while before the event otherwise you will face the same problem we had.

br gnokii

2015-03-09 18:09 GMT+01:00 Siddhesh Poyarekar <siddhesh.poyarekar@gmail.com>:
On 9 March 2015 at 22:18, Danishka Navin <danishka@gmail.com> wrote:
> Fedora release cycle is 6 months but Fedora APAC take more more than 6
> months to plan, produce and distribute Fedora media within the region.
> This is the true... what a shame!

I'll take part of the blame for this since I was responsible for
printing the server DVDs.  It took me longer than necessary to get a
vendor for the DVD sleeves, but that is now sorted out (mostly in my
head since I was trying to be too smart to save money by choosing
different vendors for DVDs and sleeves.  That didn't work.) and F22
should hopefully be a different story.

> Why we should create a ticket again?
> I was waiting for everyone to fill the wiki page as we can distribute
> remaining DVDs fairly.

This was suggested and agreed upon in the last meeting because the
wiki page method doesn't scale.  I don't think looking for 'fairness'
in this distribution is necessary.  If you need more DVDs than there
are available, we'll just have to note that and make sure we print
more the next time.  I am optimistic that over a couple of releases we
will get to the right number.

> I was planning to take bunch of DVDs to Sri Lanka before vacation start but
> I came back after two weeks of my vacation and next month I will take my
> next vacation.

You could just file a ticket and pick up some DVDs from Harish and
take them along if you need them.  There's no point waiting for others
to fill in their requests in the wiki to fulfill yours.

> We should not bother EMEA guys to produce DVDs and send them to APAC if we
> really don't need DVDs.

We're beginning to make progress in establishing a consistent
distribution cycle for DVDs within APAC.  Lets not get into anguish
mode so soon.


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