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This is the main page for NAME_OF_EVENT, which is a FAD focused on TOPIC_OF_HACKATHON.


  1. Our purpose is to build Fedora Warao l10n/i18n team with the following primary goals:
    • Add Warao to glibc (wba)
    • Train translators
    • Train members of the Warao in the use of free software fedora through in order to keep the language
  2. alive. Empowering the 3390 decree.
    • Setup infrastructure for new language wba including resources such as mailing lists, etc.
  3. In addition, we will attempt to complete the following secondary goals as time allows:
    • Train on packaging to complement
    • Train on Fedora Documentation Project
    • Train on developing apps with l10n/i18n support.

Detailed Work Items & Final Attendees

Planning Prerequisites

See the How to organize a FAD list; you can keep your to-do list here.

  • Completed work item
  • Work out budget
  • Decide on Dates and Location
  • Arrange Facilities
  • List Resources
  • Be Somewhat Structured
  • Arrange Lodging
  • Arrange Refreshments
  • Arrange a Social Event
  • Another action item
  • Another action item
  • Another action item


  1. Location: Tucupita, Delta Amacuro State, Venezuela.
  2. Dates: : February 21st-22th 2013
  3. Schedule
    1. Day 1, February 21th, 9am to 5pm
      • Introduction, welcome.
      • Warao in glibc, the starting point, a new language in Linux.
      • Building wba team in i18n/l10n.
      • Fedora infrastructure and resources build up.
      • Introduction to software translation
      • Transifex and Fedora
    2. Day 2, February 22th, 9am to 5pm
      • git introduction.
      • Packaging workshop.
      • ¿Anaconda in Warao?
      • Deciding major pieces of software to start translating
      • Publican and Fedora Documentation Project, creating Fedora Documentation in Warao.
  4. Important skills (one or more)
    • skill
    • skill
    • skill
  5. Personnel (people who might fit the bill)
    • Guillermo Gómez (Caracas/Venezuela, trainner) Confirmed? (Y/N)
    • Eduardo Echeverría (Valencia/Venezuela, trainner) Confirmed? (Y/N)
    • Name (location, role) Confirmed? (Y/N)
    • others?
  6. Other considerations
    • Contributor V can offer a living room for evening social gatherings.
    • Contributor W has a car and is willing to do airport pick-ups.
    • Contributor X needs as much advance notice as possible.
    • Contributor Y has a schedule that is better on Fridays than on Tuesdays, and prefers weekend times after 4:28 AM.
    • Contributor Z is allergic to peanuts.


Snacks/Beverages: Details go here.

Lunch: Details go here.

Dinner: Details go here.


If you want funding from Red Hat, ask the Community Architecture team. If you can find other ways to fund your FAD, that's great too!

Contributor Dept Arrv Dept Arrv Cost
Guillermo Gómez Travel to FAD, Feb.20th Travel to FAD, Feb.20th Travel from FAD, Feb.23rd Travel from FAD, Feb.23rd Ticket cost
Eduardo Echeverría Travel to FAD, Feb.20th Travel to FAD, Feb.20th Travel from FAD, Feb.23rd Travel from FAD, Feb.23rd Ticket cost
Carlos Marcano Travel to FAD, departure Travel to FAD, arrival Travel from FAD, departure Travel from FAD, arrival Ticket cost
  1. Travel: $A for airfare, bus, train, etc. funding needed to get attendees to the FAD
  2. Housing: $B for hotel, etc. needed to have attendees sleep during the FAD
    • link to hotel room booking website, if applicable
  3. Space: $C for renting space to hack in, if applicable
    • address and travel details for the space
  4. Supplies: $D for anything else you may need
    • item
    • item
    • item

Total budget: $A+B+C+D