I had roughly 40 people show up and I have about 5 - 10 who are interested in getting involved with devlopment and packaging. Already have one who has submitted his first review request and is waiting for a sponsor. Others want to get more involved with writing utilities for the security spin (our University Computer Science deparment recently opened a Digital Forensics department so that is still new and fresh with a lot of people going that direction).
I've been in touch with lmacken about the security spin stuff and I hope to move forward with that asap.
(From my G1)
On Feb 24, 2009 1:33 AM, "Andrew Jamison" <linux blogmethat net> wrote:
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Adam Miller wrote: > This is my report from the event I had scheduled for February 18, 2009 > liste...Sounds like you did a good job with the event did you have a big turn
out as far as people becoming interested in Fedora
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