Thank you for this info, I'm planning several short presentations about
Fedora Project at the University of Galati, Romania, and I did not know from
where / how to get Fedora 11 CDs / DVDs.
One of the last events this year in Europe will be the LinuxDay  at
Some more details about the event:
Date: 27. November 2010 (2010-11-27)
Time: 09.00 till 18.00
Location: HTL Dornbirn, A-6851 Dornbirn (near the Swiss, the German, and
the Austria border, right beside the Bodensee.)
Deadline CfP: 26. September 2010
It's a small one-day event with a nice social event in the evening. The
audience is mixed (from novice to pros) and often it's not very crowed
(perhaps 200 visitors).
There is a wiki page  available. Please take the ownership or add
yourself as a booth person.
as far as you all remember, I promised to support the organizer from
FUDCon in Switzerland.
Right now, I can announce, that I was able to promise you -as attendee-
a special topic.
For those who stay until monday I can organise a sightseeing at CERN 
the European Organisation for Nuclear Research. A friend of mine which
is a Doctor in Physics works at the ATLAS Project  and will do a
guided tour for us. We can also have a lok (unfortunatly not a touch) in
their computing cluster. Mostly the CERN runs which runs Scintific
If you're interested let me know!
Dear Ambassadors and friends,
OSWC 2010 (Open Source World Conference) will be next october in Malaga,
Spain. I wrote a paper for a workshop about Fedora Project. The
organization of this event is using a system based on votes to choose
workshop, keynotes, conferences and so on.
It would be very useful to get a lot of votes, this is the URL to vote:
As Ambassadors in Spain, Jukka Palander and me offered this workshop.
I hope the organization of OSWC 2010 chooses this workshop to spread our
Thanks for supporting it!
I have installed Fedora 13 Goddard x86_64 in my machine and I've updated to
KDE 4.5, in order to run Skype I installed some 32 bit Qt libraries and
when I installed the new KDE desktop I had to remove them because KDE 4.4
uses the "1:4.6" version of these libraries and KDE 4.5 the "1:4.7"...
Now I have KDE 4.5 and everything is fine but I can't run lastest Skype
because it needs the "1:4.6" Qt libraries, it doesn't work with the new
ones, but if I remove the new ones and I replace them with
the older ones, many apps seem to be "downgraded" or they just don't work
Does this mean we're not having Skype in Fedora 14 KDE Spin as it's going to
be based on KDE 4.5?
Many users need skype (in my case I'm running it in a Windows 7 VM) But
without it we can't offer reliable "Videocalls" as they're not implemented
in IM Clients Linux have.
Linux User #509052
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Thu 02-Sep Thu 02-Sep Call From FAmSCo and Regional teams for
Preparation of Media/SWAG
Thu 02-Sep Thu 09-Sep Ambassador Wide Meetings Preparing For Fedora 14
Fri 03-Sep Fri 10-Sep Submit Funding Request For Swag/Media Production
Fri 03-Sep Fri 10-Sep Regional Team Meetings and Select POC for
Mon 13-Sep Mon 27-Sep Coordinate Media/Swag/Poster artwork with Design
Thu 16-Sep Thu 16-Sep Call from FAmSCo and Regional Teams for Release
Thu 16-Sep Thu 30-Sep Plan Regional Logistics for Release Events &
File Budget Requests
Have you found something that is working really well in your schedule?
Or maybe you've found something you believe would work better in the
Update the schedule retrospective page now to capture all of the
important details as they happen: