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Note that Red Hat is funding a shared booth for community-sponsored projects. We'll be hanging out with our friends from CentOS, RDO, oVirt, and etc.
 
Note that Red Hat is funding a shared booth for community-sponsored projects. We'll be hanging out with our friends from CentOS, RDO, oVirt, and etc.
  
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will be reported / promoted on https://linux-modder.blogspot.com
 
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Revision as of 16:17, 13 October 2015

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LISA 2015

Dates/Location

November 8-13th, 2015, in Washington, D.C.

Note that the expo floor (and therefore our booth) is Wednesday from noon to 7pm and Thursday from 10am to 2pm

Event Description

https://www.usenix.org/conference/lisa15

This is basically the premiere conference for systems administration, operations, and large-scale systems engineering.


Event Owners

Fedora Representatives

Matthew Miller — booth duty, possibly helping with birds of a feather.

Corey Sheldon -- booth duty , demos

Event Schedule

https://www.usenix.org/conference/lisa15/program


Ideas/Brainstorming

For this audience, we'll want to cover:

  • Fedora Workstation on sysadmin desktops and laptops. (Many people will, however, run a corporate standard build; either RHEL-based or a proprietary OS, due to company policies.)
  • Fedora Server — talk about how it can fit in with RHEL and CentOS as part of the whole ecosystem. "Stay ahead of changes" is a good story here.
  • Fedora Cloud — same
  • Fedora Atomic — I bet containers and container tech will be a big topic

Important Deadlines

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Event Budget

Travel likely needed for Matthew Miller

$50 may be requested for travel for Corey Sheldon (lives in local area)

Note that Red Hat is funding a shared booth for community-sponsored projects. We'll be hanging out with our friends from CentOS, RDO, oVirt, and etc.


Travel Subsidy Requests

$50 possible  for  gas /bus -- Corey Sheldon


Event Report

will be reported / promoted on https://linux-modder.blogspot.com