Paul Frields takes a
at Software Freedom Day, from the perspective of the Fedora
table. "Ted brought a MythTV box (running Mythdora) and a big LCD monitor so we could show it and the underlying operating system off to passersby. We also had numerous laptops running an assortment of Linux, mainly Fedora but also some openSUSE. We put up balloons around the table but quickly found they got in the way and "removed" them using the nearest sharp objects. Of course, no beautiful day would be complete without music, and we had great tunes from TMBG to Stevie Wonder to Jason Mraz going all day long.
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