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Re: Karsten Wade: EPEL duple at the Red Hat Summit



BTW, I'll start building this presentation interactively fairly soon
(since I have a little lead time still.)  I'll make sure to bring a
request for input here during those cycles.

- Karsten

On Tue, 2008-04-15 at 09:50 -0700, Smooge wrote:
> Lets see how we can help Michael and Karsten get these talks out.
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> Karsten Wade: EPEL duple at the Red Hat Summit
> via Fedora People on 4/14/08
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> Super excited that both Michael Stahnke’s talk and my EPEL talk got
> accepted for the 2008 Red Hat Summit. You may notice that I matched
> the style of my page to Michael’s. This reflects the EPEL talks that
> are a duple, that is, two parts made to fit together into a more
> meaningful whole, such as the yolk and albumen of an egg.
> 
> However, of the talks Michael proposed, it was his “Managing Updates
> and Upgrades” that got in, which is not his EPEL talk. :( Anyway, it
> will probably be better attended with that topic, just as my talk
> renamed to “Fedora Packages for Red Hat Enterprise Linux” has a higher
> chance of attracting people than an obscure acronym. Although I still
> maintain that throwing in “and CentOS” wouldn’t hurt audience size.
> But it might allow me to lean on some friendly colleagues who work
> with the ISVs to get ISV partners at my talk. Which would be a bonus.
> Spread the word!
> 
> Still, the original plan of a perfect duple is on the wayside. I’m
> hoping there is some room for Michael to cover EPEL a wee bit, and
> make a plug for my talk later for follow up. That leaves me room to
> cover history, practical items, some nuts and bolts about using EPEL
> in an enterprise setting, and the business and community aspects of
> EPEL. If we both can attend the other’s session, we can fuel answers
> and discussion.
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