[IAEP] FudCon January 2009
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Fri Dec 5 16:46:32 EST 2008
Added to OLPC Event Suggestions calendar on Google, see also
On Tue, Dec 2, 2008 at 7:52 AM, David Farning <dfarning at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
> Great news, Fedora has invited Sugar Labs and OLPC to participate in
> FudCon January 2009.
> Paul Frields, Fedora project leader, announces the purpose of FUDCon
> as, "FUDCon is usually meant to bring
> together Fedora community members to work on initiatives that will
> impact the next (and possibly future) release of our platform, Fedora
> 11 at the end of May 2009."
> By inviting us, that must mean that Fedora considers the initiatives
> at Sugar Labs and OLPC as having an impact in the future Fedora
> releases:) I know that I think that the work we are doing at Sugar
> Labs will have an impact, it is great to see the Fedora thinks so too.
> Working closely with Fedora will have a number of advantages for both
> Sugar Labs and OLPC. Fedora and Red Hat have been successful players
> in the software market for several years.
> Paul asks that we:
> 1. Sign up as participants on the FUDon11 web page. There will be
> limited funding available.
> 2. Get a rough estimate of how many people will be attending for Sugar Labs.
> 3. Start listing event Ideas on the webpage.
> Ed is setting up XoCamp to align with FUDCom. We should be hearing
> more on that later today!
> 1. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FUDCon/FUDConF11
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