Sowing the seeds of Open Source talks.

December 14, 2009

Different posts have been sent in order to request Fedora speakers for FOSDEM’10 on these following subject

  • packaging
  • localization
  • governance
  • working with upstream
  • community infrastructure
  • test and QA

If you are interested, feel free to contact me.😉

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3 Responses to “Sowing the seeds of Open Source talks.”

  1. …but you’re not actually including the licence…

  2. red said

    I really don’t see through the details of the new conference-model yet (i.e. I didn’t care to study it deeply enough) so I hope you do🙂

    If you need a talk about Spacewalk my workmate Marcus Moeller and I (Sandro Mathys) would be happy to give one. This would be user/admin side and not developer stuff, tho (except for the mandatory ‘how to participate’)…in case that’s not useful for a developer’s conference like FOSDEM.

    Oh, since we’re both Fedora Ambassadors, Packagers and $DAYJOB-admins we’ll make sure that Fedora is mentioned often enough (and probably some CentOS too).

    Make sure to drop me a mail if this could be an option and tell me whatever you need from us to get this running.

    Thanks!

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