Boa tarde, pessoal.
Acho que nesse ano deveríamos estar presente no seguinte conjunto de
Porte Grande - 2000 dólares - 4 pessoas
Porte Médio - 400 dólares - 2 pessoas
Minha idéia é retirar dinheiro dos eventos maiores para participarmos em
mais eventos médios em outras regiões além do sul Brasil. Além de focarmos
mais na qualidade em vez de quantidades. E seguindo o pensamento do líder
do projeto, devemos participar de eventos focados em nossos novos produtos.
Qual a opiniao de vocês?
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De: "Matthew Miller" <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org>
Data: 09/01/2015 17:11
Assunto: [Ambassadors] Event strategy for the coming year
Hi everyone! I wanted to refresh Jiri's post (forwarded below), and
also (and this is why it's a new thread) broaden the discussion to be
a little more global. I've talked casually about this in the past here
and (more) with various people in person, but I think it's time to
start putting thoughts into actions. :)
I'd really like us to have some big-picture thinking around events we
spend money on this year. I think there are three primary groupings of
1. Flagship Linux/Open Source events where we maintain a presence in
the wider community. This are the big-name events -- LinuxCon,
FOSDEM, whatever, where everyone is there and we should be too. It's
an audience that already knows about Fedora at a high level, but is
a place were we should also show off new and cool things we're
We don't necessarily need to hit every one of these, but we _should_
be at some. Which events are these?
(It'd be great to have people speaking at these, too, and a lot of them
take non-technical community talks, so speaking doesn't just need to
be a developer thing.)
2. Places we don't normally go, specifically focused on Server,
Workstation, and Cloud. We should showcase Fedora Server in sysadmin
conferences — LISA is one, and I hear that LinuxCon EU is also
sysadmin-heavy. And we should get Fedora Workstation into developer
conferences that we don't normally pay attention to because they're
not Linux focused. (What are these? Where are they?) And we should
get Fedora Cloud into conferences where people are into new scale
out methods of application deployment and cloud computing in
3. Small grassroots LUG, community, and expo events. These don't have a
lot of global impact, but put together, they can have cumulative
grassroots effect. These are primarily centered around individual
ambassadors and their interests and local community — how can we
best support that? What's the right balance with the other things?
For each of these, we should not just _go_, but have an intended impact
and message, and find a way to measure how successful that was, for
improving results next year (or deciding to go elsewhere).
What do you all think?
----- Forwarded message from Jiri Eischmann <eischmann(a)redhat.com> -----
> Date: Mon, 08 Dec 2014 18:36:49 +0100
> From: Jiri Eischmann <eischmann(a)redhat.com>
> To: ambassadors(a)lists.fedoraproject.org
> Subject: [Ambassadors] Plans for EMEA events and activities in next year
> we had an EMEA planning FAD last weekend and main purpose of the FAD was
> to plan activities, events, and then a budget for the next fiscal year
> (March 2015-February 2016).
> We discussed what events to attend and on what kind of events we want to
> focus on. I'd like to ask other EMEA ambassadors to come up with events
> where you think the Fedora should be. If you have a concrete idea you
> can add it at the end of the etherpad: https://titanpad.com/C13BPojw05
> Please state what event it is, what kind of audience it has, what flavor
> of Fedora we should promote there primarily (Workstation, Server, Cloud,
> spins,...), why we should be there. It's not necessary for the start,
> but before we add it to the budget I'd like to know who will represent
> Fedora there and what the budget estimation is.
> When considering events, please bear in mind our target audience:
> At the FAD, we agreed that we should be at events which are attended by
> people who are currently out of our reach because they don't go to
> traditional Linux/open source events and don't follow the news in the
> Linux world. But yet there is still our target audience. It could maker
> fairs, developer conferences, local meetups of interest groups... if you
> know of such an event in your location, please propose it.
> NOTE THAT THIS IS THE BEST WAY TO GET FUNDING FOR EVENT PARTICIPATION.
> IF YOU PROPOSE THE EVENT AFTER THE BUDGET IS FINISHED AND APPROVED, IT'S
> MUCH HARDER TO FUND IT BECAUSE WE NEED TO USE RESERVES WHICH ARE
> DEADLINE FOR FINALIZING THE LIST OF EVENTS FOR THE BUDGET IS JAN 15TH.
> You can also add a country report to the etherpad if your country is not
> yet there.
> ambassadors mailing list
----- End forwarded message -----
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8 years, 3 months
Draft Budget FY2016 - Bottador de presupuesto 2016/ orçamento rascunho 2016
by Eduardo Javier Echeverria Alvarado
Dear Ambassadors and contributors.
We havê until January 15th, to fill our draft for FY2016 with the
proposed events and swag, remember that this is very important, in
order to get an idea of expected expenses of the budget of this year.
Go ahead and fill it. Thanks so much.
Queridos Embajadores y colaboradores.
Tenemos hasta el 15 de enero, para llenar nuestro proyecto para FY2016
con los eventos propuestos y el swag, recuerde que esto es muy
importante, con el fin de tener una idea de los gastos previstos en el
presupuesto de este año. Adelante y llenenlo. Muchas gracias.
Caros Senhores Embaixadores e contribuidores.
Temos até 15 de Janeiro, para preencher o nosso projecto para FY2016
com os eventos e ganhos propostos, lembre-se que isso é muito
importante, a fim de ter uma idéia de despesas previstas no orçamento
deste ano. Vá em frente e preenchê-lo. Muito obrigado.
8 years, 4 months