|Name||Monday (16)||Tuesday (17)||Wednesday (18)||Thursday (19)||Comments|
|Dan Mossor (danofsatx)||X||X||X||X||X|
|Adam Miller (maxamillion)||X||X||X||X|
I have Updated the event owner chart above, to remove Bill Nash as an event owner. Because for now the budget only supports two Ambassadors travel & lodge, myself and Dan Mossor. Leaving Adam Miller on the table as a courtesy, as he will be at the event, but not subsidized by this budget.
On Tuesday April 14th 2016 FAmNA agreed to support a budget of $2,000 for this event. (https://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/fedora-meeting/2016-04-15/famna.2016-04-15-01.00.log.html) That should support two Ambassadors hotel -sharing a room (~ $1200), travel expenses - gasoline (~ $150), and various swag for the event ( $300 ~ $400 ).
Shipping budget (addendum): Banners & table cloth were shipped to this event, and those costs will be absorbed by the event budget.
Ingress Shipping: $20.57 USD, Egress Shipping: $17.17 USD
(Shipping expenses were documented in famnarequest trac ticket #407)
Travel Subsidy Requests
|Table Sponsorship ||$0||$0|
|Travel and Lodging for Jon Disnard||$1056.00 ||$1200||$0|
|Travel and Lodging for Dan Mossor||$50 ||$50||$0|
- Sharing with RH
- Jon Disnard Travel: $100 gas; Lodge: $956.00
- Dan Mossor Travel: $50 gas; Lodge share with Jon
Chart for knowing when folks are arriving or departing, by plane, train, car, roller skates, or otherwise.
|Who||Arrive (Flight-Time)||Departure (Flight-Time)||Comments||Ridesharing|
|Jon Disnard (masta)||Car Monday Morning||Car Friday Morning||Driving from DFW-> Austin||Notes go here.|
|Dan Mossor (danofsatx||Car Monday Evening||Car Friday Morning||Driving from SAT-> Austin||Notes go here.|
- "OSCON 2016 Expo Hall Booth Report" on the Community Blog
- "Fedora Design Team lead Máirín Duffy wins O’Reilly Open Source Award" on the Community Blog
Fedora Ambassadors Dan Mosser & Jon Disnard attended the 2016 OSCON in Austin, TX. This year, Fedora shared space with Red Hat, taking one demo kiosk of four available in the Red Hat booth. This year, Red Hat gave some of its booth over to open source communities it sponsors, so Fedora, CentOS, and OpenShift were present.
The expo hall opened Tuesday noon-ish and closed Thursday evening. There were probably 20+ hours of booth duty time over the week. We set up F24 Workstation (Beta) to show off the latest GUI environment and loaded F24 Server in a VM to show Cockpit in a browser window. Available swag were Fedora hexagon stickers, along with Cockpit and Project Atomic hexagon stickers (as significantly-related projects).
Many, many attendees came by and asked every imaginable question related to Fedora. The booth was crowded at times. The event itself was large, thousands upon thousands of attendees. Other distributions also present were Canonical and the FreeBSD foundation.
Overall, the event was a success.