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The [https://lists.fedoraproject.org/archives/list/flock-planning@lists.fedoraproject.org/thread/QTMKLYUFWDJM5EOVTCBBDX5235IH5OAT/#QTMKLYUFWDJM5EOVTCBBDX5235IH5OAT Flock site selection process], as approved by the Fedora Council, is:
 
The [https://lists.fedoraproject.org/archives/list/flock-planning@lists.fedoraproject.org/thread/QTMKLYUFWDJM5EOVTCBBDX5235IH5OAT/#QTMKLYUFWDJM5EOVTCBBDX5235IH5OAT Flock site selection process], as approved by the Fedora Council, is:
  
1. Fedora Council decides on a general region.
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# Fedora Council decides on a general region.
2. Events team comes back with several possibilities in that region.
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# Events team comes back with several possibilities in that region.
3. We get community feedback on ability to attend and excitment for
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# We get community feedback on ability to attend and excitment for each of those, and return a ranked list to events team.
  each of those, and return a ranked list to events team.
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# Fedora Council and events team pick final location.
4. Fedora Council and events team pick final location.
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# Community people in or around that location who are able and willing to volunteer to help with logistics, finding awesome evening events, etc., are absolutely invited to work together.
5. Community people in or around that location who are able and willing
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# Awesome Flock conference!
  to volunteer to help with logistics, finding awesome evening events,
 
  etc., are absolutely invited to work together.
 
6. Awesome Flock conference!
 
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:24, 30 October 2019

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We no longer use a bid process for Flock
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The Flock site selection process, as approved by the Fedora Council, is:

  1. Fedora Council decides on a general region.
  2. Events team comes back with several possibilities in that region.
  3. We get community feedback on ability to attend and excitment for each of those, and return a ranked list to events team.
  4. Fedora Council and events team pick final location.
  5. Community people in or around that location who are able and willing to volunteer to help with logistics, finding awesome evening events, etc., are absolutely invited to work together.
  6. Awesome Flock conference!