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Re: [Ambassadors] Cebit Report 2008



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| Cebit is mainly business, but there is a high percentage of endusers. Cebit is flooding people with free tickets, as the visitors declinded the last years.
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| Saturday they had even free entry for women.
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| And Fedora is not strictly non-business. We use it in our company, Wikipedia uses Fedora, Nasa, ...
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| And Cebit is worldwide! I attended the KDE booth this year and had some interessting talks to people from all over the world: India, Russia, Chinese, some smaller countries like Rumania, Aserbaidshan and Ukraine. Might be interresting especially because its getting more and more "non - profi" users. Cebit got in the enduser area during the last years also it was focused on b2b.
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| The first step is to increase its visibility at all. Fedora is mostly unkown in Germany.
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| And for competitive reasons alone: Ubuntu, Debian and openSuse are present.
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| The whole Redhat family is missing. Redhat was absent this year (god knows why). Fedora and CentOS too. DonĀ“t know if is an good idea, but like the idea of a booth for all together. So present the diffrent ways within the projects / products. Mainly for endusers with Fedora, the Server enviroment with CentOS and the productive and mission - critical Systems with Redhat. That would show that there is only a single way to go. Why learn 3 diffrent OS when there is something like Fedora / CentOS / RHEL that are pretty familiar to each others. The question might be if there will be a catching the users from each others.

Not so deep into that things yet

greetings
Peter
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