If you’re planning on attending FUDCon Pune, and are going to need subsidy for travel and accomodation, you should head to this link to fill out the form requesting for one.
Fedora Ambassadors from Pune are hosting the F21 release party at the MIT COE, on Saturday, 21st Feb, from 10:30. Details on the party page.
It’s been a while since F21 released, but with the FUDCon preparations + planning and travel of the ambassadors for conferences, hosting the release party was delayed.
This is also a good opportunity for us to visit MIT COE, the FUDCon venue, and interact with the folks there and prepare them for what’s coming in June.
PS: CFP for the FUDCon is open as well!
We had a good productive meeting today in #fedora-india as well as on phone + in-person at the Red Hat Pune office.
We used the Etherpad at http://piratepad.net/FUDConPunePlanning for keeping notes.
- We’ll soon add a code of conduct / anti-harrassment policy for the event
- Outreach: everyone focussed on spreading the CFP message
- Current logo draft looks good, minor tweak suggestions to be put on ticket
- FUDPub venues being evaluated, but we’re getting a good deal from one of them
The entire minutes are appended below.
Yesterday was the first day at devconf.cz 2015. It’s my first devconf.cz, and I’m impressed by the large turnout and the perfect management of the event by the organizers.
Yesterday was also the day I presented my talk on live migration of QEMU/KVM VMs. The slides are here. There was also live video broadcast; and the recording is at this link. You’ll have to select the E104 section to view my talk. Also, that selection process needs flash. Unfortunate. I’ll check if there’s a direct link to my part of the talk.
Update: The direct link to the talk is here, thanks Donovan.
I will also do a follow-up post with a textual version of the talk in a few days’ time.