On Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 7:23 PM, Jukka Palander <jukka(a)devspain.com> wrote:
On Mon, 2011-07-25 at 18:59 +0530, Buddhika Kurera wrote:
> Hello Dear FAms,
> In each year September 17th, we celebrate the Software Freedom Day.
> If you are interested in this event as a Fedora Ambassador you can get
> free supplied for your organized event.
> BUT first you have to get your name registered. For that you can
> follow following links.
> Registration opens till 2nd August 2011.
> Please mind through this event you have a great chance to reach
> your countries or region FOSS community
> and promote the fedora project and increase the Fedora contribution.
> If you need help please raise on the ML or off the list as you prefer.
> I can help you to sort out your problem.
> thanks folks.
> Buddhike Chandradeepa Kurera
> Fedora Ambassador Sri Lanka
> Event Liaison - Design Team
Just saw the index page and I cannot see a Fedora logo in there! Anyhow
ie. Canonical is well presented amongst with other "not that 100% FOSS"
Is there any change to get Fedora presented somewhere in those pages at
least because of the fact that Fedora is much more (100%) open than
How could we contact them. Anyone near there? Someone really knows
somebody in there? Obviously the banner in there costs a "million" or
how it goes?
I have been organizing events for Software Freedom Day since 2007 but never
distributed single Ubuntu CD but Fedora and its remix Hanthana Linux.
Recently I registered at SFD site and I did not requested Ubuntu CDs during
the registration process as I am not intended to promote Ubuntu during the
event but the concept of Free and Open Source Software.
Its up to you whether you registering your event or not. I never get any
swag from their side but definitely the SFD site works as a central location
to list all events around the world.
You can ask Red Hat to sponsor on behalf of Fedora if you want to make
Fedora logo visible in the the home page. :)