|| ||Jack Aboutboul <jaboutboul-AT-fedoraproject.org>|
|| ||fedora-devel-list-AT-redhat.com, fedora-list-AT-redhat.com,
|| ||Announcing FUDCon Boston 2006|
|| ||Tue, 21 Mar 2006 10:31:02 -0500|
Hot on the heels of the release of Fedora Core 5 and the success of
previous FUDCon events worldwide, the Fedora Project is proud to
announce FUDCon Boston 2006. FUDCon Boston 2006 will offer a wide range
of speakers on an even wider range of topics, in three separate tracks,
and is sure to have something for everyone.
More Info can be found at:
Friday, 7 April 2006. This is the Friday right after LinuxWorld
Conference and Expo.
FUDCon Boston 2006 is the fifth such event globally and the second to be
held in Boston, Mass. USA. FUDCon Boston 2006 will feature an expanded
three track lineup which includes a user, developer and applications
track. The application track will feature unique individuals and
corporations, such as Levanta, MySQL, Pogo Linux and even
representatives from the Catalonian Government in Spain, who have
leveraged Fedora for unique purposes and have contributed to the
The complete schedule can be found on the wiki and will be updated to
reflect any time conflicts speaker may have. Please use it as the
definitive timetable for the day's events. Additionally, the wiki will
be updated with more detailed speaker, abstract and room info for each
The Fedora Project is honored to be able to work with Boston University
once again to make this FUDCon a reality. The event will be graciously
hosted once again by the BU Office of Information Technology, and this
year, the BU School of Management gets in on the fun.
Also, as last year, we plan on offering streaming video and audio of all
tracks and sessions. This year, these streams will be higher quality
than previous attempts, as we think we've gotten it right this time. The
streams will be Ogg Theora and should work out of the box for users of
Fedora Core 4 and 5. Check the wiki in the coming weeks for links to
the streaming content.
As spaces are limited we urge all those interested to pre-register by
emailing email@example.com . Those who pre-register
will have badges available for pickup the day of FUDCon and will receive
preference for sessions which may fill up quickly.
Thanks go out to all who made this possible and have contributed so much
to the massive growth and success of the Fedora community. You know who
See you in Boston!!
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