Hello Everyone,

Greetings. :)
Have you received any questions about Fedora 13, if so what were the questions?  :)

Let us share our thoughts and lessons learned.  :)
At your release parties, which of the Fedora Marketing Collateral do you use?  :)


For example, I like to use the following two:

1.) Fedora Cheat Cubes -


2.) Marketing Fedora Flyer -


How about you other stuff?
Upcoming Release Parties - Fedora 13 -


> To make things easier to organise, please follow the steps (there are not many steps to follow though. :))
> 1. Start by creating an wiki page. The wikipage should be at https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Release_Party_F13_<your_city>.
> 2. Edit the page and at the top of the page write {{subst:ReleaseParty}} and save.
> 3. Now fill in the details. Information requirement is minimal. You won't need more than five minutes.
> 4. Link your page from https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/F13_release_events
Let's make Fedora 13 a great release indeed!!!  :D
Sending positive "Fedora 12 and Fedora 13" energy from my computer to yours.  :v)

Please have a great day and/or evening! :~)

Thank You
- David -
David Ramsey
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Even experts make mistakes.
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