On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 10:11 AM, Kushal Das <kushaldas(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 9:48 AM, Rejy M Cyriac
> On 09/19/2014 09:23 AM, Neependra Khare wrote:
>> I would not be attending the PyCon but can join for Fedora meetup.
>> Lets plan to have Fedora Activity Day in Bangalore sometime in Oct. or
>> We can do Fedora meetup at Red Hat office, which is ~1km from the PyCon
> +1 to the meeting and the Fedora Activity Day (FAD) proposal
For the people who are attending PyCon, it will not possible to get
out and attend another
event during PyCon, this will simply mean missing PyCon. We also can
not have a full/half
day event during PyCon (in the venue) as that will be conflicting with
PyCon. Just like
all other conferences, it will be better to meet and discuss in the
Open Space in PyCon
and make sure that we have a visible Fedora presence.
My suggestion was to do Fedora meetup on any of the PyCon day after all
sessions/workshop get over. So nobody misses PyCon.
I am open to come to PyCon venue at pre-decided time and meet at open
space to discuss about Fedora.
It is nice to see that we are having more targeted meetings related to
specific parts of Fedora,
but it is better to call them as regular Fedora meetings with a
specific goal than a FAD. I know
calling them FAD will increase the count of events, but the current
events should be named in
a different way is my opinion. For example: X test day).
As of now no events is scheduled and we have to plan it.
I am fine with calling it X test day.
Also to remember that FAD budget approval has to come from Fedora
project leader directly.
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