In this part I would like to mention the benefit of having these
goodies in your both.
Three years ago, Dimitris Glezos gave in the Greek Fedora Community a
XO laptop for presenting it in events.
Every time we had the XO in our booth the majority of the attendances
was asking what's that and what operating system runs.
Even if we ware in a non FOSS event, the XO was attracting a lot of
people in our booth, especially kids!
In additional Greek Fedora community has and will continue to run
sessions based on XO, Sugar and Fedora.
We must have fancy and meaningful goodies in our booths such as XO,
big cheatcubes, stickers, buttons and CANDIES! Yes, candies ;)
On Fri, Aug 24, 2012 at 5:00 PM, Jon <jdisnard(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I would recommend boards that have working graphics.
* Pandaboard ES is probably the best all-round ARMv7 board supported by
* Raspberry-pi has working graphics, but kinda limited hardware. Make sure
to use the latest Seneca ARMv6 spin, or the Fedora ARMv5 image.
* XO laptop.org
On Aug 24, 2012 6:21 AM, "Jiri Eischmann" <eischmann(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> you all probably noticed the recent Fedora hardware sweeptakes. I spoke
> with Spot and he said in the future, he could get some hardware for
> ambassadors to show Fedora running on it at various events.
> We discussed this a bit in FAmSCo and we agreed that such hardware could
> go to regional event boxes, or perhaps to ambassadors who represent
> Fedora at events the most.
> If there was something like this in the future what (probably ARM)
> hardware would you appreciate the most?
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