Thanks Engels. :)
We'll upload photos as soon as the BLUE Linux Day documentation team from the
Department of Science & Technology - Advanced Science & Technology Institute
submits the event's photo and video coverage.
Credit also goes to Greg Swift and Constantin Drabo for initiating Linux Day celebrations
in their respective countries. I'm sure these Fedora Contributors advocated the use of
Fedora Linux ;) http://linuxday.org/index.php?category=2011
Kudos to Engels too for properly addressing the Red Hat-Oracle-Fedora issue that was
raised during Q&A about his "Fedora & systemd" talk.
We're also looking forward to the upcoming Software Freedom Day on Sept. 17.
Bluepoint Foundation has been securing a booth and a speaking
slot for Fedora every year. Hope this year Fedora will still be part of the success of
Bluepoint-PH held SFDs. http://softwarefreedomday.org/en/competition/winners-2009
Celebrating 12 Years of Open Source Advocacy, Education and Development
Sent from my iPod
On Aug 29, 2011, at 5:45 PM, "Engels Antonio" <engels(a)bluepoint.com.ph>
Thanks for the kind words. Credit for the success of this event
should really be given to Magie, who coordinated the celebration of 15 teams in 7
countries in her capacity as a member of the Linux Day Advisory Council
). She was also the team leader for the Linux Day celebration at the
National Computer Center (http://linuxday.bluepoint.com.ph/
On Mon, 29 Aug 2011 04:59:55 -0400, Harish Pillay <harish.pillay(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Herson -
>> I offer my humble report for the Linux Day Celebration we had last
>> Saturday at the Philippine National Computer Center. Additional
>> reports are forthcoming, especially the pictures. My personal takeaway
>> - http://devtree.org/
- teaching Open Source to preparatory, grade
>> school and high school levels in the Asia-Pacific region. Yummy!
>>  http://hers0n.wordpress.com/2011/08/29/event-report-linux-day-2011/
> Thanks for the excellent effort and please congratulate the team.
> I was not able to attend (and could not get a video greeting sent
> as well :-( ).
> Nice to hear of the DevTree efforts as well.
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