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FudCon Panama 2011

Panamá, Rep of Panama :: May 26-28, 2011 — General event owners: Alejandro Pérez, Abdel Martinez

Sponsors:

Ciudad del Saber Dell Taca Air line Universidad Tecnologica de Panama Elconix
Ciudad del Saber Dell Taca Airline Universidad Tecnologica de Panama Elconix Inc.
Universidad Interamericana de Panamá Cidetys
Universidad Interamericana de Panamá Cidetys


QUICK LINKS
Before the event
At the event
FUDCon Panama 2011 - Google Map
Administrivia

Event Details

Location

Ciudad del Saber, Panama Rep. of Panama

Dates

May 26-28, 2011

Pre-registration

Instructions
Please add your name to the list if you will attend. Also, please indicate the following:
  • Put an X in the $$$ column if you need funding to attend, and visit the FUDCon ticket tracker to make a funding request. We have a limited budget and will work hard to fund as many people as possible. We'll use these answers to help figure out budgeting for the event. We are making arrangements for attendees from other geographic regions to encourage specific initiatives such as future FUDCon events, but preference may otherwise be given to people in Latam America.
  • Put a V in the Veg column if you would like vegetarian fare for any meals that we provide during the event. If you prefer vegan fare, please mark that column VV. We will do our best to make sure everyone is accommodated!
  • Put your T-shirt size in the Size column, so we can have an idea about what sizes to have available. (Use a W to note a women's size if needed.)
  • Roomsharing:
    1. If you want or need to share a room, mark yes in the "Roomshare?" column.
    2. Once you have a roommate, both of you should mark your roommate's name in the block as well.
    3. If you need a roommate, look for someone with just a yes in the column, and contact them via email. If you encounter any problems, let the organizers know.
Use the Comments section for anything else you think organizers need to know, or to offer or ask for space or rides.
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Fedora means freedom — registration is free and open to everyone.
You can pre-register anonymously, but now is a great time to create a Fedora account if you don't have one! For those new to Fedora, you can register in the Fedora Account System and follow the instructions there to complete the CLA (soon to be FPCA). This process usually takes less than 5 minutes.
# Name $$$ Veg Size Roomshare? Hotel booked Country Comments (extra line for badge)
1 Alejandro Pérez No M No No Panama
2 María "tatica" Leandro X No S Yes Venezuela
3 Edwind Contreras X No L Yes Venezuela
4 Abdel Martínez No S No No Panama
5 Rafael "Gomex" X No L Yes No Brazil
6 Daniel Bruno X No M Yes No Brazil Badge: dbruno
7 David Narváez No L No No Panama
8 Juan Carlos Watts No S No No Panama
9 Diego Tejera No M No No Panama
10 Rogelio Moreno No S No No Panama
11 Antonio Sallés X No XL Yes Yes Chile Red Hat/Fedora Expositor (F14 HA, clustering & virtualization)
12 Mónica Mora No S Panama No need for hotel room
13 Neville A. Cross X No XL YES Nicaragua I can pay part of my expenses. Badge: yn1v
14 Lorsy Julio X No L YES Colombia
15 José Edgardo López Vásquez X No XL YES El Salvador I can pay part of my expenses. Badge: Magjogui
16 Yader Velasquez X No S Yes Nicaragua
17 Edna Rheiner X No XL Yes Guatemala
18 Juan Barba No M No No Panama
19 Jacob Solís No S No No Panama
20 Fernando Navarro X No XL Yes No Honduras
21 Walter D. Vargas No M Yes Nicaragua
22 Ricardo Chung No XL No No Panama Badge: Amon0Thoth1
23 Juan Rodriguez x No M Yes No Mexico Badge: Nushio
24 Jared Smith No L No No USA Badge: jsmith
25 Igor Soares X No M Yes No Brazil Badge: igorps
26 Lenno Azevedo X No M Yes No Brazil Badge: Lennoazevedo
27 José González No S No No Panama
28 Rafael Ortiz X No L No No Colombia
29 Dennis Gilmore X No XXL Yes No Australia Badge: dgilmore
30 Cristian Prediger No XL No No Argetina Badge: Crapula
31 Abdiel Reyna No S No No Panama Badge: darkhumma45
32 Luis Bello No M No No Panama
33 Williams Robles No L No No Panama
34 Henry Anchante X No M No Peru
35 Guillermo Gómez S. X No L Yes No Venezuela Badge: gomix
36 Euclides Pérez No L No No Panamá Badge: panafff
37 Itamar Reis Peixoto X No L Yes No Brazil Badge: itamarjp
38 Larry Letelier X No L Yes -> asalles Yes Chile Fedora {Ambassador,Expositor} Badge: geek_cl
39 César Patiño No S No No Panama
40 Matias Maceira X No L Yes No Argentina Badge: Matias_Arg
41 Andres Antonio Pascasio X No L YES El Salvador
42 Israel Pinilla No S No No Panama
43 Aristides Muñoz No S No No Panama
44 Néstor Trujillo No S No No Panama
45 Ytzvan Mastino X No M No No Panama
46 Toshio Kuratomi X No S Yes No USA Badge: abadger1999
47 César Ceballos No S No No Panama
48 Jesús Millán No L Yes No Venezuela Badge: Jsus
49 German Ruiz X No S Yes No Nicaragua Technical Support @ Fundación Zamora Terán (NGO that implemets OLPC project in Nicaragua)
50 Guillermo Garcia No S no No Panama
51 Ezequiel Aguilar No M no No Panama
52 Sharon Lisseth Perez No S No No Panama
53 Sergio Jaramillo No S No No Panama
54 Diego Escobar X No M Yes No Colombia Badge: dezone
55 David Paredes No S No No Panama
56 Jaime Gutierrez No M No No Panama
57 Armando Preza Meléndez X No M Yes El Salvador
58 Jose Ismael Ortega Donadio No L No No Panama
59 Renan Palavicini No L No No Panama
60 Alejandro Acosta X No L Yes No México Badge: douglax
61 Jeroen van Meeuwen X Hell No XL Yes No United Kingdom Ask me about packaging!
62 Jesús E. Franco Mtz. X No M Yes No México
63 Jorge Batista No L No No Panama
64 Pedro Corrales No L Yes No Panama/Santiago
65 Oliver Rivas No XL No No USA Badge: orvtech
66 Rodrigo Padula X No L Yes Brasil
67 Sebastian Cervantes No M No No Panama
68 Francisco Espinosa No L no No Panama
69 Carlos Thurber No M No No Panama Badge: calitb
70 Valentín Basel X No M Yes Argentina Badge: valentinbasel
71 Nicolás Nieszawski No M Yes Panama Badge: Nicolas Nieszawski
72 Victor Shum No S Yes Panama Badge Victor Shum
73 Darvin Rocha No M Yes No Panama/Santiago
74 Hector Mitre No XL Yes No Panama/Santiago
75 Alex Sanson No M Yes No Panama/Santiago
76 Kirvin Tejedor No S Yes No Panama/Santiago
77 Yortchua Quezada No M Yes No Panama/Aguadulce
78 Ovidio Esquivel No L Yes No Panama/Chiriquí
79 Tom Callaway No XXL No Yes USA Badge: spot
80 Julio Cesar Chavez No M Yes No Panama/Santiago
81 Angel Manuel Hernández No M Yes No Panama/Santiago
82 Jayme Ayres No GG Yes Yes Brasil Badge: Jayme Ayres
83 Karina Sánchez No S No No Panama
84 Rubí Bonilla No S No No Panama
84 Rosa Tapia No S No No Panama
86 Mayra Molina No S No No Panama
87 Ricardo Gallardo No S No No Panama
88 Luis Delgado No S No No Panama
89 Ivanna Guerrero No S No No Panama
90 Anneth Batista No S No No Panama
91 Aldo Afranchi No M No No Panama
92 Gabriel Vásquez No M No No Panama
93 Aris Castillo No S No No Panama
94 Alejandro Castillo No S No No Panama
95 Erika Quintero No M No No Panama
96 Manuel Vega No L No No Panama
97 Gerald Medina No M No No Panama
98 Victor Tejada No M No No Panama
99 Antonio Armas R. No L No No Panama
100 Ligdo Nunez No S No No Panama
101 Wister Fung No M No No Panama
102 Katherine Ng No S No No Panama
103 Alberto Gaona No XL No No Panama
104 Alberto Gaona P No S No No Panama
105 Andres Rodriguez No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
106 Karen Castillo No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
107 Javier Herazo No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
108 Maria Vasquez No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
109 Thayra Muñoz No M No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
110 Randolph Patterson No L No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
111 Yuliana Perez No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
112 Yeimy Delgado No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
113 Joan Hernandez No M No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
114 Miguel Sanchez No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
115 Lilian Rojas No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
116 Rainer Robles No L No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
117 Jose Lopez No M No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
118 Edgar Roca No M No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
119 Juan Magallon No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
120 Michaell Pineda No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
121 Carlos Ruiz No M No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
122 Hercel Gracia No M No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
123 Fernando Ruiz No M No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
124 Jessica Meneses No L No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
125 Francesco Guanti No M No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
126 Edwin Perez No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
127 Isaac Zamorano No L No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
128 Jonatan Vega No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
129 Luis Rodriguez No S No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
130 Alcibiades Avila No M No No Panama UTP (Lic. En Redes Informaticas)
131 Luis Bazan No M No No Panama Analista De Sistemas
132 Roberto Martínez No S No No Panama
133 Jefrey Aquino No M No No Panama
134 Michael Ten No M No No Panama
135 Domingo Chen No M No No Panama
136 Ricardo Bernal No S No No Panama
137 Alexis Hevia No S No No Panama
138 Luis Moreno No S No No Panama
# Name $$$ Veg Size Roomshare? Hotel booked Country Comments (extra line for badge)

Countries inside CentralAmerica

Some countries can travel by bus

  • Costa Rica = us$70 (bus)
  • Nicaragua = us$90
  • El Salvador = us$120
  • Guatemala = us$150

Info about Ticabus transportation Here

Taca Discount ask for discount Code aeperezt at fedoraproject.org

Air Travel

Tocumen (Airport Code: PTY) is the major airport servicing the country. The following airlines have flights going in / coming out of Sky Harbor:

  • Copa International Hub
  • Taca Airline
  • Aeromexico
  • American Air Lines
  • Delta
  • Iberia

Countries Outside CentralAmerica

  • Miami = us$400
  • Venezuela = us$400
  • Colombia = us$450
  • Ecuador = us$470
  • Manaus = us$823
  • Mexico = us$700
  • Santiago de chile = us$850
  • Belo Horizonte = us$ 920
  • Rio de Janeiro = us$950
  • Buenos Aires = us$1.000
  • Madrid = us$1.300
  • Curitiba = us$1010

Taca Air Lines Information Here

Taca will be official Air line for the Fudcon Discounts are available, with a Discount Coupon, plus extra discount for group of 10 or more

Discount Available for:

  • All Central American Countries
  • Mexico
  • Miami
  • Venezuela
  • Colombia
  • Peru
  • Brasil

Info about Copa Airlines Here

Info about Gol Airlines Here

Travel discounts

Lodging

Ciudad del Saber Villages [1] Fudcon rate $ 20 per night (double occupancy)

[Holiday In City f knowledge]

Reservations discount can be archive trought Ciudad del Saber

Shoulder dates
Proximity
The hotel and the Villas are located within easy walking distance of the classroom space where the technical sessions will be held on Thuesday and Friday.
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Need a roommate?
If you're looking for a roommate to cut costs, take a look at the "Roomsharing" instructions in the pre-registration section above.

Transportation

Airport shuttle

The hotel features a complimentary airport shuttle. Please call the hotel at +1 (507) 317-4000 to make a shuttle inquiry if needed.

Packing List

  • Laptop with 802.11b/g wireless
    • Extension cord (and North American power adapter, if from outside NA)
    • Ethernet cable (for hotel and/or hackfest)
    • Optional: Bring a Fedora Friend Finder (power strip)
  • Credit card (VISA or MasterCard) or small amount of cash (ATMs are nearby the hotel and Villas and both ASU locations for the event)
  • Your presentation slides or anything needed for the hackfest
  • Casual clothes for the event
    • Average highs near 90F/32C, average lows near 70F/21C
    • Optional: umbrella, there is occasional precipitation in May
  • International visitors:
    • Passport/visa and any other official documentation needed
    • Converters for power (reference link[1])

If staying at the hotel:

  • Optional: swimsuit, gym clothes.[2]

Agenda

General schedule

Thursday, May 26, 2011
Talks are 50 min with 10 mins break.
Time Event
0900 - 1000 Inauguration talk by the FPL
1100 - 1150 Sessions block 1
1200 - 1400 Lunch
1400 - 1450 Sessions block 2
1500 - 1550 Sessions block 3
1600 - 1650 Sessions block 4
1700 - 1800 Session block 5
Friday, 27, 2011
Technical sessions on Friday and Saturday are 50 minutes in length followed by a 10 min break. There is a one-hour break for lunch. After lunch the hackfests will begin.
Time Room 1 Room 2
0900 - 0950 Sessions block 6 Sessions block 6
1000 - 1050 Sessions block 7 Sessions block 7
1100 - 1150 Sessions block 8 Sessions block 8
1200 - 1300 Lunch
1300 - 1400 Lightning talks
1400 - 1800 Hackfests Hackfests
Evening Social
Saturday, May 28, 2011
0900 - 0950 Sessions block 6 Sessions block 6
1000 - 1050 Sessions block 7 Sessions block 7
1100 - 1150 Sessions block 8 Sessions block 8
1200 - 1300 Lunch
1300 - 1400 Lightning talks
1400 - 1800 Hackfests Hackfests
Evening Social

Technical sessions - Friday

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Refereeing for technical sessions
Note that this FUDCon, technical sessions may be refereed or decided by panel or other means. However, we do require material for all sorts of experience levels, so do not worry about competition. Simply propose something you think would be of interest to attendees.
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Technical sessions
ANYONE can propose a session, including you. Just pick a topic near and dear to your heart and propose it here. Please send yours to aeperezt at fedoraproject.org

For Audience Level, indicate whether your talk is appropriate for a beginner, intermediate (current skilled contributor), or expert level.

Session Name Description Audience Level Owner
Ambassadors Tips and hints How to create, plan, divulgate and document Fedora events Begginer and up Neville A. Cross
Fedora Landscape Get to know the geography of Fedora, Herarchy, team, sig, sub-projects... how to find your niche Begginer and up Neville A. Cross
Fedora private mirrors How to build a private mirror. Usefull for a big group of users or a Install event with poor internet connection Begginer and up Neville A. Cross
RPM Packaging Introduction to RPM packaging Begginer and up Daniel Bruno
LATAM infrastructure Presentation of the infrastructure used by the LATAM community Begginer and up Daniel Bruno
Application Development Coding for window$ in Linux using c/c++ (fedora-mingw) Begginer and up Itamar Reis Peixoto
fedora-arm running fedora in low power devices, sheevaplug, pandaboard, beagleboard Begginer and up Itamar Reis Peixoto
Fedora Design Team Know our systems and how do we work. How to create artwork for desktops, marketing, labels and everything what Fedora needs Begginer and up Maria "tatica" Leandro
Fedora Documentation Tools used by Fedora Documentation Project and how to {contribute to it, learn from it to steering your own projects}. Beginner and up Jesús E. Franco Martínez
Marketing and logistics inside Fedora How to create a marketing and logistical plans to organize events, projects and Linux activities Begginer and up Maria "tatica" Leandro
Fedora Brasil and Latam The past, The Present and The Future - Community in Numbers Begginer and up Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira
GNOME Shell GNOME Shell - News, Features and Technologies Begginer and up Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira
OpenWeb Firefox 4, Mozilla Technologies and benefits for Developers and Users Begginer and up Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira
"Fedora as in Freedom" General Overview about Fedora, Freedom and Community Efforts Begginer and up Rodrigo Padula de Oliveira
Devel Latam : RAD Environments How to create Rapid Application Development Environments for fast packaging, QA and testing Begginer and up Antonio Salles
OLPC Project in Nicaragua Presentation of the OLPC Project in Nicaragua with Fundación Zamora Terán, what we do, hows the project works, and all the QA... Begginer and up German Ruíz
XS School Server Setting up a school server, how it works with XO, and all features that brings to the Network School Begginer and up German Ruíz
Developing Ruby on Rails WebApps in Fedora: An intro to the framework Developing a basic a WebApp with Rails is easy, get started here, and reach the moon tomorrow Medium to advanced Guillermo Gómez
Network Security in Fedora firewalling, intrusion detection, port scanning detection, reactions and prevention, iptables and tools reviewed Medium to advanced Guillermo Gómez
RPMDev Community ¿Why? Community presentation on why you should be involved in this community for developers and packagers Begginer and up Guillermo Gómez
Session Name Description Audience Level Owner

Hackfests - Saturday

Session Name Session Leader General Plan Prerequisites, if any
Fedora Internationalization Igor Soares How software get internationalized in Fedora. Issues faced during internationalization and translations and how you can test and collaborate for a better international support. A room with computers and a large display or screen to show what's being created and edited.
Future of FUDCons Igor Soares Create a long term plan for next FUDCons in Latin America. Look back to what we have accomplished so far and look to the future in order to clearly define the event focus and come up with new ideas and approaches. A room with computers and a large display or screen to show what's being created and edited.
Fedora 14 - 389 Directory Server or Spacewalk Larry Letelier Fedora installation and configuration of "389 Directory Server" {Maybe i can show how install Spacewall}. A room with computers and a large display or screen to show what's being created and edited.
Fedora Design - Marketing Maria "tatica" Leandro Create, design and spread fedora artwork. Improve LATAM artwork for the rest of the year and work on personalizations. also create an event box for our region. A room with computers can be useful, but is not needed; and a large display or screen to show what's being created and edited.
Fedora LATAM Resources Neville A. Cross Talk about how we can plan and use better the resources that we have at our disposal. Infraestructure, budget, reimbursement and similar things A room with chairs. Projector will be nice, but I settle for a white board and markers.
Ruby Coding Dojo ¡YES! Guillermo Gómez S. Improve your Ruby programming techniques in this funny but smart way to excersise your intellect, sit and type code in, coach your partner, do testing, learn testing and why it's good to do it, let see if we can deliver in a very short time and look the results. A room with "a computer, beamers and a bunch of Ruby/Fedora programmers" tweaking squeezing their minds to proove and learn new techniques.
RPMDev Packaging Hackfest ¡Its not the first! Guillermo Gómez S. Bring your app, lets include it in Fedora as soon as we can, become a Fedora Official Package Maintainer, get your hands durty with your spec file. A room with wifi internet, a beamer would be nice. New package maintainer may get a nice souvenir back home! (yes another one, but from rpmdev team)
Session Name Session Leader General Plan Prerequisites, if any

Social events

Administration

This event is run in general accordance with our other FUDCon events, which have their own set of pages for administration.

Planning meetings

FUDCon is planned openly and transparently. Anyone is welcome to attend and participate in the meetings. All attendees are expected to be polite and constructive. Planning happens through email and IRC:

  • Planning via email is done on the fudcon-planning list, which is open to participants to join.
  • Regular IRC meetings are held on Friday at 12:00md US-Eastern time (regardless of UTC) in #fudcon-planning[?].
  • IRC meeting agenda is set from the FUDCon planning Trac, using all tickets with the na-meeting keyword set. To add something to the agenda, file a new ticket (if required) and add the na-meeting keyword. Here is the current agenda.

Previous Meetings

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  • This doesn't mean clothing is optional if you swim or exercise!