Aleksandra Fedorova píše v Po 27. 05. 2013 v 12:13 +0400:
I've just come back from the Linux Tag and there are some ideas I want
to share. As I am new to this list and to the whole Fedora Events
thing, I am not sure if you've discussed them already, so feel free to
direct me to some old threads.
It seems for me that the swag we had in a booth is targeted more to
the Fedora users then to outsiders.
I mean buttons and stickers are cool, but they have no content, no
information, only Fedora logo. They create the point of attraction,
give you the reason to come closer, but they are not the conversation
starters, since they don't give you the reason to ask something.
Thus, maybe we can get some printed material as well? And not the
general stuff like Fedora is about Freedom, but more specific.
* current Fedora Features list - this might be Release Notes, or (and
I think it's better) - some Accepted Features list for the next
release with very short explanation. Several people asked me what's
new in F19. And it would be great to have a list and to point in some
features and discuss them with more details.
* checklist on how to become "Fedora <smth>"
Starting from very simple "Fedora User checklist"
- get it (link)
- boot it (link)
- run it (link)
to "Fedora Packager checklist" and "Fedora Translator checklist"
so on. There shouldn't be detailed instructions, since the full info
is on wiki pages. But short overview of the process, so people would
get the general idea, and become interested.
* cheat cubes 
3d-printed cubes are the coolest :) but cheat cubes are also funny.
And I would add QR-code with the link on the source PDF-file to it.
Thus you can build your cube, then go home, download the source file
and build more.
The main idea is to make these things short and catchy, as you don't
need the whole booklet full of buzzwords, which no one ever reads. It
could be something halfpage or quarter page size, but should make you
wonder and ask, what it is all about.
Fliers are a good idea and I've been thinking about them for a while.
But recently I've been busy producing swag than preparing new ones.
Some general flier that would briefly say what Fedora is, what Fedora
offers to users, and how to get it would be very useful.
DVD sleeves have no information about what Fedora is, they just contain
installation instructions and legal information. And at the booth, you
don't have time to explain the basic info to everyone. At LinuxTag, it
was sometimes really crowded.
At the end of the last year, we were discussing Fedora fliers for
developers in different languages that would say why Fedora is good for
developing in their language, what tools it offers, very briefly how to
set up a development environment. It'd be very useful at conferences
such as PyCon. I offered to arrange cooperation with RHT maintainers of
language packages. But the whole project never took off because no one
really assign themselves to it and push it.
It was a thing I wanted to work on in my free time at Flock, but if
anyone is willing to start it earlier, I'll be happy to help.