BTW, I'll start building this presentation interactively fairly soon
(since I have a little lead time still.) I'll make sure to bring a
request for input here during those cycles.
On Tue, 2008-04-15 at 09:50 -0700, Smooge wrote:
Lets see how we can help Michael and Karsten get these talks out.
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Karsten Wade: EPEL duple at the Red Hat Summit
via Fedora People on 4/14/08
Super excited that both Michael Stahnke’s talk and my EPEL talk got
accepted for the 2008 Red Hat Summit. You may notice that I matched
the style of my page to Michael’s. This reflects the EPEL talks that
are a duple, that is, two parts made to fit together into a more
meaningful whole, such as the yolk and albumen of an egg.
However, of the talks Michael proposed, it was his “Managing Updates
and Upgrades” that got in, which is not his EPEL talk. :( Anyway, it
will probably be better attended with that topic, just as my talk
renamed to “Fedora Packages for Red Hat Enterprise Linux” has a higher
chance of attracting people than an obscure acronym. Although I still
maintain that throwing in “and CentOS” wouldn’t hurt audience size.
But it might allow me to lean on some friendly colleagues who work
with the ISVs to get ISV partners at my talk. Which would be a bonus.
Spread the word!
Still, the original plan of a perfect duple is on the wayside. I’m
hoping there is some room for Michael to cover EPEL a wee bit, and
make a plug for my talk later for follow up. That leaves me room to
cover history, practical items, some nuts and bolts about using EPEL
in an enterprise setting, and the business and community aspects of
EPEL. If we both can attend the other’s session, we can fuel answers
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