Fosdem Part 1

For the past two days I've been at Fosdem. I really haven't had a chance to sit down and breathe, and I probably won't until sometime next month. In the meantime, you all will have to settle for a list of what I've done

  • I stood at the Fedora booth, where we got alot of attention from people who wanted to play with the OLPC model we had there. It's a good thing I've been to the OLPC office before, because I was able to answer alot of random questions.

  • I spoke to a few SuSE people about getting Smolt into the installer. I can't make any promises, but I think it's going to happen

  • I witnessed the founding of the Fedora EMEA non-profit organisation. It's a group designed to support Fedora Ambassador activity in Europe. More on that later

  • Learnt a little about SELinux from one of the developers.

  • Discussed integration of Smolt and it's capacity for explaining what hardware works with the Linux Matters Website

  • Presented my speech about Smolt and data privacy. I'll have the slides up later.

  • Had a chat with Jeroen about working with Wevisor and Revisor. More on that later too.



There is also alot more about it. I will probably go and write out a longer blog post about more of the details. Think of this as a list of what is to come.