On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 9:55 AM, Max Spevack <mspevack(a)redhat.com> wrote:
On Wed, 17 Dec 2008, Larry Cafiero wrote:
> If LFNW is an option, we should look at it closely, not only because of
> the time factor involved -- both in organizational terms as well as
> financial terms (this falls in Q1, right?) -- but also in the fact that this
> is an historical year for LFNW, it's 10th anniversary.
> I'll retain ownership of this, needless to say, but I think it might be
> best to take a closer look at LFNW rather than rush to make SCaLE. I'll do
> the legwork on both and report back during the course of the week and have
> something for Tuesday's meeting. But those are my thoughts after reading the
> minutes and, naturally, I welcome input on the issue. Lots.
I recommend involving Jesse Keating in LinuxFest Northwest planning,
regardless of how grand or minor we want to make the event. It's basically
in his backyard, and I'm sure he'll want to participate and/or own the
LFNW does have nicer timing. April is a bit farther away from other
events ambassadors might like to attend. It also is in Q1 which
perhaps would allow more budget to be allocated to it. I would be
happy with it as a host for FADNA as well.