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Category Archives: Talks

Notes from FUDCon BarCamp talks


In the talks that I was participating in on Saturday’s FUDCon BarCamp, I wrote notes and linked them from the final schedule. Unlike other types of conferences, there tend to be far, far fewer prepared slides for BarCamp sessions than typical presentation situations. I’m sure there are some slides that people have to post, but […]

Talking with developers


The standard Fedora presentation is to show: what is Fedora? who is Fedora? why does Fedora matter? how do you join the open source movement? I’m going to give a variation of that at CommunityOne in a few weeks, and be prepared to answer questions on those topics plus others in the “Operating System Community […]

Fedora at Sun’s Community One event


On Monday 5 May, I’ll be attending Sun’s CommunityOne, an open and no-cost event for developers. Aside from going for the general interest and relationship to $dayjob, I’ll be giving a talk on Fedora and sitting on an “Operating System Community Panel.” As a bonus, the Community One pass gives access to the pavilion and […]

EPEL duple at the Red Hat Summit


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 […]