The Fedora 15 release is just a few weeks away as well as FUDCon Panama. I’m looking forward to our third FUDCon in Latin America. It has been a long journey of learning and shared knowledge in the best way open source software can provide since our first edition in Porto Alegre.
I have been helping remotely from Brazil in order to keep a good communication between the involved parts. Despite that, all the hard work has been done by Panamanian organizers and we have to thank them a lot. Alejandro, Abdel and others are working hard since the beginning to put all pieces in place in order to make a good event. Those guys already managed to put us on the local press and this really cool! We have a lot of interesting talks and hackfests on the schedule, delivered by long term Fedora contributors from LATAM and from other regions as well, including the Fedora Project Leader: Jared Smith.
Panama City seems to be a pleasant place with lovely people. To be honest I don’t know much about the country itself but it is a good opportunity get to know it better as well as to learn more about the Open Source community in Central America.
We are starting to organize the room sharing scheme and if you are going to stay at the villas you can put the name of your roommate on the wiki using the existing column “roomshare”.
If you haven’t registered your session on the wiki, please, do it as soon as possible so we can have an idea of how many barcamps and hackfest slots we will need.