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Fedora is returning to the annual Southern California Linux Expo!
What, When, and Where?
Southern California Linux Expo (SCaLE) is a yearly Linux, free software, and open source conference that takes place in Pasadena, California. Find out more about this event at: 
SCaLE 19x – the 19th year of the Southern California Linux Expo – takes place on Mar. 3-6, 2022, at the Pasadena Convention Center.
Why does Fedora attend SCaLE?
SCaLE covers a region that spans the west coast, but also includes many guests worldwide. We as Ambassadors see the event as a focal point that draws visitors from all over the state of California and around the world. Since this event is the only one of its kind in this geographical area, we provide Fedora outreach and education to the Greater Los Angeles area. Most of the attendees are from locations that have and participate in Linux User Groups locally as well as from neighboring states and countries.
Each year, we bring forth the vision that Fedora is more than just another distribution. We interact with guests to see how they find Fedora useful, versatile, and feature-rich in their daily lives and bring the Fedora community together. Also the venue is in proximity to Pasadena, drawing locals and neighboring communities.
What is the focus of the event?
We plan to provide booth demonstrations of the distribution and to entertain feedback and discussion. Our goal is to educate attendees about the various spins and environments available. General topics may include: GNOME 40 improvements, Linux Kernel 5.11 improvements, PipeWire, Toolbox, Btrfs transparent compression,
How does our attendance at this event build users of or contributors to specific Fedora solutions and why are those particular solutions strategically important?
Our enthusiasm to educate inspires guests to contribute their time and expertise to teach and help with Fedora and to give back to the community.
How does our attendance at this event build users of or contributors to the Fedora platform's overall measured success?
Our outreach and networking fosters awareness that Fedora provides a positive addition to the Linux realm.
Booth visitors have the opportunity to provide verbal and written input about Fedora.
Full event registration covers booth exhibitors, including Fedora volunteers.
Fedora traditionally has a handful of speakers at the event. If you'd like to give a talk, the Call For Papers is August 20 - Nov 30, 2021.
Speakers, add your name, topic, and link here:
|Date and Time||Location||Speaker||Topic||Link|
|Fri, Mar 4 2021, TBD||Ballroom TBD||Perry Rivera/Alex Acosta/Ívan Chavero/Brian Monroe/Scott WIlliams||Fedora Day: Highlights, How You Can Help Fedora, Work Session and General Meetup||TBD|
|Saturday, March 5 2021, TBD||Room TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
The exhibition hall is traditionally open Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Booth and Fedora Activity Day Setup Schedule
|3/3: Thursday||9:00 AM||Exhibit Hall||Assemble and Set Up Tablecloth, Banner|
|3/4: Friday||10-10:30 AM (Setup: 9:30 AM)||Ballroom TBD||Set up laptop for presentation: Fedora Highlights||Speaker: TBD|
|3/4: Friday||10:30 AM-11:00 AM||Ballroom TBD||Set up laptop for presentation: How You Can Help with Fedora||Speakers: TBD|
|3/4: Friday||11:00AM-12:00 PM||Ballroom TBD||Set up laptop for presentation: Work Session and General Meetup||Facilitators: TBD|
|3/4: Friday||12:30 PM||Exhibit Hall||Set up laptops and displays|
|3/4: Friday||2:00 PM||Expo Hall Opens|
|3/4: Friday||6:00 PM||Expo Hall Closes||Pack up laptops and displays|
|3/5: Saturday||9:00 AM||Exhibit Hall||Set up laptops and displays|
|3/5: Saturday||10:00 AM||Expo Hall Opens|
|3/5: Saturday||6:00 PM||Expo Hall Closes||Pack up laptops and displays|
|3/6: Sunday||9:00 AM||Exhibit Hall||Set up laptops and displays|
|3/6: Sunday||10:00 AM||Expo Hall Opens|
|3/6: Sunday||2:00 PM||Expo Hall Closes||Pack up laptops and displays||All Remaining Ambassadors Please Help Out...Thanks!|
Fedora Activity Day
Fedora Activity Day will be taking place on Friday, March 4th, Ballroom TBD. Time is Friday, 10a-12p PST.
Fedora Activity Day Setup Schedule:
See Setup Schedule Above. Fedora Activity Day has been rolled up into the Setup Schedule for clarity.
16X Event Owner: Perry Rivera
Volunteers, add your name to the table below:
|Name||Thurs (8th)||Fri (9th)||Sat (10th)||Sun (11th)||Comments|
|Brian Monroe||X||X||X||X||I'm 100% down for helping. I'm also close by. I think Fedora 35 will be out by then? I wouldn't mind [possibly presenting]|
|Perry Rivera||X||X||X||TBD||I intend to help with the booth and facilitate Fedora Activity Day. I will be planning to stay at a Sheraton Pasadena hotel.|
|Alex Acosta||X||X||X||X||I'm interested in participating, whole event (all days), I'm planning on submitting a talk even though I'm still uncertain on the topic. If you think a Fedora activity day or a joint talk is a possibility I'd be glad to participate as well.|
|Iván Chavero||X||X||X||X||I can help in the booth. I'm planning on staying for the whole event. I've been interested in PipeWire for a while, I could give a talk about that or maybe a broad talk about Fedora 35. I'm about to submit "Linux containers internals" presentation|
- Parking: $20-$24 [as of 8/27/21] 
- Hotel: $184/night + $27.97 (city taxes) (TBD) --> $211.97 [as of x/xx/xx] Hotel
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FAD Budget is totally Separate and has to have a purpose and a clearly set of returnables
- $$$$ is requested
|Ambassador team lodging||$212||Ambassador||est $212/room per night + taxes. Rivera/Acosta ($212+$212+$212=$636) *Acosta may need additional night depending on flight availability||$636.00||TBD|
|Travel||See Comments at Right||Ambassador||Flights for Acosta (etd$650), Gas for Rivera ($45)||$695.00||TBD|
|Parking||$23||Ambassador||Parking for Rivera for 4 days ($23*4=$92) [subject to change, per Sheraton Pasadena website...)||$92.00||TBD|
|SCaLE Pass1||$0||Ambassador||Rivera, Acosta||$0.00||TBD|
|Basic Exhibitor (10x10) booth)1||$0||Ambassador||Rivera, Acosta||$0.00||TBD|
1SCaLE will be providing these as part of a community-sponsored package.
Alex Acosta's [TBD]
Iván Chavero's [TBD]
Perry Rivera's [TBD]
Brian Monroe's [TBD]
Scott William's [TBD]