Release Party F10 Rome

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Fedora 10 Release Party - Rome, Italy

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When and Where

  • 20.30, 9 Dec 2008
  • Via Cereate 8
  • Rome, Italy -> Map

What

  • Fedora 10 Release Party

Activities

  • Fedora and Fedora 10 Presentation
  • help installing Fedora 10
  • automatic fedora usb creation
  • snacks & drinks
  • posters
  • social and funs!

Organized by

Luca Cipriani, Mario Pascucci, Marco Palazzotti, Gianluca Varisco

Attendees

Put your name here

Help Needed

Please contact me at [[MailTo( palazzot AT fedoraproject DOT org )] if you'd like to help out, have creative ideas, or would like to participate in at any kinds for this event.

IRC: #fedora-it

Mailing List

Ideas & task

Task Owners Status
DVD Mario Pascucci 100%
CD Live
Chiavette USB Far portare dai partecipanti
Ricerca Locale Marco Palazzotti 100%
Pc Far portare dai partecipanti
Stazione USB Marco Palazzotti 100%
Gadgets Gianluca Varisco
Comunicato stampa
Contatti con LUG/BLOG e diffusione Ambassadors tutti
Presentazione Gianluca Varisco News in F10
Riprese video e foto Mario Pascucci 50% (MarioP: porto la mia fotocamera, non ho videocamera)

Report

The party starts at La civetta (really nice and warm place) at 20.30 and we have had problems with projector cable. So we decided to use my laptop and this was nice because the party become immediatly less formal. I talked for 20 minutes about new feature using a nice presentation arrived the night before from Ujjwol. After we start to share info and experiences, making live usb keys, helping people to use Fedora and join Fedora project.

Numbers:

  • 30 people
  • 10 usb live key
  • 25 DVD
  • 20 Beers

Some questions:

“Who pay people to write open source code?"

"Can I use photoshop in Fedora?"

“Why should I use Fedora?”

“How to install Fedora?”

“How to join Fedora?”

“Why are you working for the event?”


A lot of people are interested in the different way to upgrade version and in applications to use instead of closed source applications.

The party stop at 1.00 A.M.

I get 2 people who are interested to help Fedora. I encourage them to visit Fedora contributor’s site so they can choose which will suits with them. One of them suggest to organize free Linux courses in Rome and repeat this kind of meeting frequently.

Here some photos.

See you at F11 Rel Party!

MEP


The special thanks go to:

  • Mario Pascucci - dvd provider, photographer and more.... a bad cold doesn't stop him!
  • Luca Cipriani - great supporter and linux lover
  • Ludoteca La Civetta – to give the space for Fedora event
  • Ujjwol Lamichhane – for Fedora new features presentation
  • Italian Ambassadors - to screen the event daily
  • Max Spevack – For financial support