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| <strike>[[Release_Party_F19_Natal | F19 Release Party]]</strike> || Natal, RN (Brazil) || Speaker/Organizer || RP at [[User:apahim | Amador]]'s house || 2013-08-06
| <strike>[[Release_Party_F19_Natal | F19 Release Party]]</strike> || Natal, RN (Brazil) || Speaker/Organizer || RP at [[User:apahim | Amador]]'s house || 2013-08-06
| I ENSOL do Vale do Açu      ||  Ipanguaçu/RN (Brazil)                ||  Speaker/Ambassador      ||  Organizing Release Party || 2013-08-21
| [[ENSOL_ValedoAçu_2013|I ENSOL do Vale do Açu]]       ||  Ipanguaçu/RN (Brazil)                ||  Speaker/Ambassador      ||  Organizing Release Party || 2013-08-21
| I Geeknic PotiLivre      ||  Natal/RN (Brazil)      ||  Speaker/Ambassador/Organization    ||  Soon ||
| I Geeknic PotiLivre      ||  Natal/RN (Brazil)      ||  Speaker/Ambassador/Organization    ||  Soon ||

Revision as of 23:30, 20 August 2013

Activity report for Marcel Ribeiro Dantas

Date (YYYY-MM-DD) City State/Country Activity Role Description
2013-06-* Natal RN/Brazil Translation Translator 1)Translated a major part of the wiki pages related to the role of Ambassador, corrected the ones that were already translated and fixed some broken links. 2) Helped translating through Transifex (mostly the Spins part).
2013-07-03 Natal RN/Brazil F19 Release Party Ambassador Every two Wednesdays, people in my town get together in a Hackerspace meeting celebrated at a FOSS-friendly company's office (Evolux). At first sight I noticed it was the perfect opportunity to promote a Release Party for F19, which ended up being my first talk as Fedora Ambassador which proved to be a great experience.

In no way, at that time, DVDs with F19 would get here quick enough, so I decided to buy myself a package of DVDs and print the "fold-at-home sleeves" at work according to here. Everything happened in a hurry, but I managed to burn/print/fold 25 DVDs which happened to be the perfect amount of media. I had a talk named "Fedora: Run, Contribute and join the community!" and had a Fedora banner to beautify the room :)

2013-07-* Natal RN/Brazil Translation Translator Started being a translator for Yum. Officially in charge of translating the Fedora Installation Guide through Zanata.
2013-07-19 and 20 Cusco Peru F19 Release Party Ambassador Alex was very kind for inviting me to speak about Fedora in the F19 Release Party of Cusco, Peru at la Universidad Alas Peruanas Filial Cusco on the 19th of July and at Instituto Khipu on the 20th of July. Since it was a remote talk (videoconference), in both days, I chose not to focus my talk in things I believed to be very important for Fedora. I left it for Eduardo and other Spanish native speakers. It was too much responsability to teach people the basis of Fedora in Brazilian Portuguese or English, mostly because it was through a videoconference, where there is noise, internet problems and so on.

So what to talk about? Well, I believe Fedora is much more than an Operating System. Much more than a GNU/Linux distribution.. I think it's an idea. An idea that a community can build a high quality and free operating system. Well, actually even more than that.. In order to fully understand my point of view, you must watch my talk d:) I named it "Fedora: Sharing thoughts, experiences and love".

2013-08-06 Natal RN/Brazil F19 Release Party Ambassador Between the first F19 Release Party in Natal (2013-07-03) and the second (2013-08-21), Amador had the idea of one Release Party that would be definitely a party. We invited friends and friends of friends to his house, brought food, beer, soda and prepared a great experience for most people there.

We had two presentations, where I'd speak of Fedora Foundations and my personal views of the project, as I have done before with "Fedora: Sharing thoughts, experiences and love", though now I replaced "love" for "passion" :) It was enough to prepare people to what they were to see with Amador's talk about the difference between RHEL, Fedora and the release cycle of both Opearting Systems.

The difference in this event, based on what I had experienced so far, is that there was no way to keep a talk in 30 or 45 min. Every slide would bring up a discussion and we were always brainstorming and discussing practical situations and so on. At the end, our two talks combined took at least 3 to 4 hours which is insane ahahah The good thing is that we all ended the night with our minds changed, or at least with lots of new things to think about and discuss later :)

2013-08-06 Natal RN/Brazil Translation Translator Finally, the documentation arrived in Zanata in order to be translated. At first I thought I was being dumb for not finding the material to translate but then I found out sometimes they take a while to upload the material. In the meanwhile, I have been translating strings related to Anaconda through Transifex, as I told Cleiton. Now, the work in Zanata begins d:)

Upcoming Events

Event City Role Comments YY-MM-DD
2nd Hackerspace Meeting Natal/RN (Brazil) Speaker Organizing Release Party 2013-07-03
F19 Release Party (Universidad Alas Peruanas Filial Cusco) Cusco, Peru Speaker None 2013-07-19
F19 Release Party (Instituto Khipu) Cusco, Peru Speaker None 2013-07-20
F19 Release Party Natal, RN (Brazil) Speaker/Organizer RP at Amador's house 2013-08-06
I ENSOL do Vale do Açu Ipanguaçu/RN (Brazil) Speaker/Ambassador Organizing Release Party 2013-08-21
I Geeknic PotiLivre Natal/RN (Brazil) Speaker/Ambassador/Organization Soon
Software Freedom Day Natal Natal/RN (Brazil) Speaker/Ambassador/Organization Soon 2013-09-21
X Latinoware Foz do Iguaçu/PR (Brazil) Speaker/Ambassador Soon 2013-10- 16/17/18