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Re: Infrastructure FAD?

On Mon, 19 Jan 2009, Mike McGrath wrote:

> On Wed, 14 Jan 2009, Jeffrey Ollie wrote:
> > Regarding:
> >
> > https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-advisory-board/2009-January/msg00017.html
> >
> > What do people think of having an Infrastructure-related FAD (Fedora
> > Activity Day)? Something more along the lines of a hackfest rather
> > than a barcamp style thing.  Rel-Eng folks would be welcome too since
> > I'm sure buildsystem stuff will get discussed.
> >
> > Having it in Chicago or the vicinity would be cool since Mike McGrath
> > and Dennis Gilmore are nearby (and I'm not that far off either).  Or
> > if you really wanted to get crazy we could have it in Des Moines and
> > I'd be willing to take care of most of the legwork.  I might even be
> > able to get some conference space at $DAYJOB for relatively little
> > cost (one bonus of this would be better-than-most-hotel wireless and
> > Internet).
> >
> > Timewise I'm thinking a Saturday in February...
> >
> So for me at least, February is out.  The first weekend is to close to
> organize anything, the next two I'll have classes during the week and an
> exam on Friday and will likely be exhausted on the weekend.  The last
> weekend (combined with march 1st) I have plans that I can't break :-/.
> While I'd hate for an entire event to hinge on me, it'd be kind of silly
> to have a small infrastructure hackfest in my home town that I can't
> attend :)
> So +1 the following dates (pretend lodging and travel aren't an issue right
> now)
> March 6-8
> March 13-15
> March 20-22
> March 27-29

So there's not been much response to this thread, is this a lack of
interest, poor timing or just people that aren't sure yet?


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