The World Cup isn’t over yet, but since Brazil is already out I expect Spain to be the champion. Random guesses apart, while the most important soccer tournament is still happening in South Africa I’m preparing myself for another event that will take place in Santiago, Chile. Next week the Fedora Project will be hosting the second Fedora Users and Developers Conference in Latin America. The first one took place in Porto Alegre, Brazil last year and I was there too.
This year we will have the presence of the new Fedora Project Leader, Jared Smith, and also interesting sessions from Toshio Kuratomi, Dennis Gilmore, Daniel Bruno. Jayme Ayres, Rodrigo Padula, Domingo Becker and many more folks from Fedora.
I will be holding a technical session about spins and remixes in Fedora, and also a hackfest regarding internationalization and localization quality assurance. It will be a good opportunity to meet some friends I haven’t seen for a while and also a great opportunity to create something good for Fedora. This is our own World Cup and Open Source is the big winner.
FUDCon Santiago complete schedule: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FUDCon:LATAM_2010