FUDCon:Bid for Peru 2012

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|  2 || [[User:lbazan|Luis Bazan]] || Yes || NO ||  M || Yes || || No || No ||  Panama || Package Mantainers, Ambassadors, Infrastucture
 
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|  3 || [[User:Xhaksx|Juan Barba]] || Yes || NO ||  M || Yes || || No || No ||  Panama || Design, Freemedia
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|  3 || [[User:yulytas|Julita Inca]] || Yes || NO ||  M || Yes || || No || No ||  Perú || Ambassadors Fedora, sysadmin and teacher with CentOS 6.3
 
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|  4 || [[User:itamarjp|Itamar Reis Peixoto]] || Yes || NO ||  M || Yes || || No || No ||  Brazil || Package Mantainers, Ambassadors
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|  4 || [[User:Xhaksx|Juan Barba]] || Yes || NO ||  M || Yes || || No || No ||  Panama || Design, Freemedia
 
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|  5 || [[User:Aeperezt|Alejandro Pérez]] || Yes || NO ||  M || Yes || || No || No || Panamá || Package Mantainers, Ambassadors, Localization
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|  6 || [[User:lletelier|Larry Letelier]] || Yes || NO ||  L || Yes || || No || No || Chile || Package Mantainers, Ambassadors, IRC Support
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|  7 || [[User:antoniosalles|Antonio Salles]] || Yes || NO! ||  XL || Sure || || - || - || Chile || Fedora Ambassador & Sysadmin & Red Hat Expositor
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|  7 || [[User:lletelier|Larry Letelier]] || Yes || NO ||  L || Yes || || No || No || Chile || Package Mantainers, Ambassadors, IRC Support
 
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|  8 || [[User:Peterdeveloper|Peter Ccopa]] || Yes || No || M || Yes || || ||  || Lima ||
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|  9 || [[User:potty|Abdel G. Martínez L.]] || Yes || NO || S || Yes || || No || No || Panamá || Package Mantainers, Ambassadors
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|  9 || [[User:Peterdeveloper|Peter Ccopa]] || Yes || No  || M || Yes || || || || Lima ||  
 
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|  10 || [[User:DrLinux34 |Carlos Jara Alva]] || Yes || No  || M || Yes || || || || Lima ||
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|  11 ||[[User:Lennoazevedo|Lenno Azevedo]] || Yes || NO ||  M || Yes || || No || No ||  Brazil ||Documentation, Wiki editor, Support, Ambassadors
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|  11 || [[User:DrLinux34 |Carlos Jara Alva]] || Yes || No  || M || Yes || ||  ||  || Lima ||
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13 || Venezuela || Caracas Simon Bolivar Airport Maiquetía || TACA  || Caracas || Lima || 569  
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Latest revision as of 04:22, 30 May 2013

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Peru, Republic of Peru :: Date, 2013 — General event owners: Henry


Contents

[edit] FUDcon LATAM 2013 - Peru

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[edit] Location

[edit] About Lima

Lima is the capital and largest city of Peru. It is located in the valleys of the Chillón, Rímac and Lurín rivers, in the central part of the country, on a desert coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Together with the seaport of Callao, it forms a contiguous urban area known as the Lima Metropolitan Area. With a population fast approaching 9 million, Lima is the fifth largest city in Latin America, behind Mexico City, São Paulo, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro. Lima is home to one of the largest financial hubs in Latin America. It has been defined as a beta world city by GaWC international rankings.

Lima is home to the oldest higher learning institution in the New World. The National University of San Marcos, founded on May 12, 1551 during Spanish colonial regime, is the oldest continuously functioning university in the Americas.

[edit] Reference Links

[edit] Major Local Airports

Jorge Chávez Airport

(Airport Code: LIM) is the major airport servicing the greater Lima Metro area.

The following airlines have flights going in / coming out of Jorge Chávez Airport: Airline


[edit] Light Rail

Metropolitano

The Metro de Lima, is a system that runs urban transport in Lima, Peru's capital, from its southern tip to the vicinity of the historic center. Unlike other cities where similar systems run under the city (subway), the Lima Metro system operates under the viaduct elevado.1

Lima Metro.

The Lima Metro, regarded by peruvians as Tren Eléctrico is a metropolitan railway currently serving the south of Lima, capital of Peru. The system has one metro line in viaduct, covering the initial constructed section, 9.2 km (5.7 mi) and crossing three districs: Villa El Salvador, Villa María del Triunfo and San Juan de Miraflores.

[edit] Local Restaurants

Many of the local restaurants, as well as other entertainment, can be found on the The Peru Guide website.

[edit] About the Organizers - Previous FUDCon Experience, etc.

[edit] Possible attendees

# Name $$$ Veg Size Share room? Comments Hotel booked extra line for badge Country TEAM
1 Henry Anchante Yes No M Yes Lima
2 Luis Bazan Yes NO M Yes No No Panama Package Mantainers, Ambassadors, Infrastucture
3 Julita Inca Yes NO M Yes No No Perú Ambassadors Fedora, sysadmin and teacher with CentOS 6.3
4 Juan Barba Yes NO M Yes No No Panama Design, Freemedia
5 Itamar Reis Peixoto Yes NO M Yes No No Brazil Package Mantainers, Ambassadors
6 Alejandro Pérez Yes NO M Yes No No Panamá Package Mantainers, Ambassadors, Localization
7 Larry Letelier Yes NO L Yes No No Chile Package Mantainers, Ambassadors, IRC Support
8 Antonio Salles Yes NO! XL Sure - - Chile Fedora Ambassador & Sysadmin & Red Hat Expositor
9 Peter Ccopa Yes No M Yes Lima
10 Abdel G. Martínez L. Yes NO S Yes No No Panamá Package Mantainers, Ambassadors
11 Carlos Jara Alva Yes No M Yes Lima
12 Lenno Azevedo Yes NO M Yes No No Brazil Documentation, Wiki editor, Support, Ambassadors
13 Leonardo Vaz Yes Yes XL Yes No No Brazil Ambassadors


[edit] Estimated cost for the visit by land

From the north: the river in May or Angasmayo, small tributary of the Patia to 2 degrees north latitude, in Colombia. The headquarters of the northern settlement and important far was located in the modern city of Pasto (Nariño Department) to 1 º 4 '18 "north latitude.

On the southern port of Incorporation and the Maule River, 35 º 6 '9 "south latitude. A further advance would set that limit at the Bio Bio River, between the tip and the town of Tumbes Los Angeles, 37 ° 23 '7 "south latitude.

  • In the southeast: Northern Argentina, Tucma area (Tucumán).
  • To the east: the Andean buttresses the Andean jungle or rupa-rupa.
  • To the west: the Pacific Ocean.

The Panamera goes through the entire Peruvian coast from south to north, so it would take for tourists arriving in Lima in 24 hours, depending on the distance.

To the east we have the cart Transoceanica coming to Brazil.

Peru border to the south Tacna, Puno Peru border to the northern Tumbes, Iquitos Peru border to the east Madre de Dios, Iquitos

[edit] Different bus companies

Ormeño

Civa

Movil Tours

Oltursa

[edit] Estimated costs of flights major airports that attendees will travel from.

# Country Airport Name Airline Output Destination USD
1 Argentina Ezeiza TACA Buenos Aires Lima 512
2 Chile Santiago TACA Santiago Lima 354
3 Bolivia Peace Alto TACA La Paz Lima 370
4 Ecuador Quito TACA Quito Lima 390
5 Colombia El Dorado TACA Bogota Lima 336
6 Brazil Maceio International Airport TACA Brazil Lima 336
7 Brazil Natal International Airport TACA Brazil Lima 336
8 Brazil Florianopolis International Airport TACA Brazil Lima 336
9 Brazil Salvador International Airport TACA Brazil Lima 336
10 Brazil Porto Alegre International Airport TACA Brazil Lima 336
11 Brazil Recife International Airport TACA Brazil Lima 336
12 Brazil Curitiba International Airport TACA Brazil Lima 336
13 Brasil Sao Paulo International Airport LAN Brazil Lima 550
14 Venezuela Caracas Simon Bolivar Airport Maiquetía TACA Caracas Lima 569
15 Panama Tocumen TACA San Jose Lima 452
16 USA Orlando, Los Angeles, New York TACA USA Lima 1055