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FUDCon during LinuxTag in Berlin Berne, 22 May 2007 -

"FUDCon" - The Fedora Users and Developers Conference, centered on the activities of the Fedora Project, will be held during LinuxTag this year. LinuxTag takes place from 30 May to 2 June on the fairground under the radio tower in Berlin. After two FUDCons already this year, one in Brussels during FOSDEM and one in Boston, this will be the third FUDCon of 2007. A primary goal of the conference is an intensive exchange between active members of the free Fedora Project, which has considerable support. The FUDCon program covers Refurbishing ATA, Clustered volume management, SELinux and other current topics. It will also have a FAD (Fedora Ambassador Day), a forum for Fedora Ambassadors from the EMEA area to meet.

On 31 May 2007, during FUDCon, there will be an installation party for the latest version of Fedora, Fedora 7. This will be the first public unveiling of Fedora 7 in Europe as the release date of Fedora 7 coincides with LinuxTag. In contrast with past meetings, no Fedora DVDs will be distributed, due to the zero-day timing of the event; rather a local installation server will be provided for visitors to install from.

Further highlights of the FUDCon include a half-day workshop with the open SUSE project, to strengthen collaboration between the two projects. An update on Fedora on Apple hardware, a troubleshooting contest, and demonstrations of the latest in virtualization technology round out the Fedora Project FUDCon program.

Visitors have the opportunity to meet Max Spevack, Project Leader of the Fedora Project, as well as other notable persons in the community. The Fedora Project is sponsored by Red Hat, a US-based open source software company, and has a strong community that co-develops the project. In 2003 Red Hat announced that its Linux distribution for end users was being merged with the fedora.us project to create a community project with the name Fedora Core. The Fedora Project is used for testing the latest and most interesting technologies, which can later flow into the commercial offering Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Fedora contains only free, patent-unencumbered (for example, no MP3 support), and open source software.

Further information is available at http://fedoraproject.org.

Press contact: Fedoraproject.org
Fabian Affolter
Melchtalstrasse 7 CH-3014 Berne
telephone +41794104977
Mail: fabian affolter fedoraproject org
further information: Fedora marketing team press fedoraproject org

gopal das wrote:
I am ready to do the work. Please guide me about this Press Release in English.

Gopal Das

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From: * Thomas Chung* <tchung fedoraproject org <mailto:tchung fedoraproject org>>
Date: May 22, 2007 11:26 PM
Subject: [Ambassadors] Fedora Marketing Press Release in English
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RE: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing/PressReleases <http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing/PressReleases>

We *really* need Press Release in English.
Any volunteer?
Thomas Chung

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