[Ambassadors] Release Party Contest Winner
fugolini at fedoraproject.org.redhat.com
Tue Jun 10 21:10:20 UTC 2008
2008/6/10 Jeffrey Tadlock <linux at elfshadow.net>:
> Following the release of Fedora 9 there were numerous release parties
> held worldwide - with parties taking place from Italy, to the US, to
> Romania to Bangladesh and more. During this time we saw a lot of
> excellent event reports posted to mailing lists and on blogs of
> organizers and attendees letting everyone know how the party went and
> allowing us to see for ourselves through many pictures taken at the
> events. All of the parties were a great success.
> Before I announce the winner of the Fedora laptop bag being offered
> for the Release Party Contest , I want to take a moment to thank
> everyone who participated. It takes a lot of work to plan and prepare
> for a release party and then after the event, write the event reports
> and gather up the photos of the event and posting them for everyone
> else in the Fedora community to see. The Fedora Ambassador Steering
> Committee and the Fedora community as a whole greatly appreciate the
> hours the volunteers spent making sure Fedora had a presence in their
> community and spreading information about the Fedora Project
> worldwide. This work helps build the community - both in increasing
> the number of Fedora users and finding more contributors to join the
> project. Thank you for all of your work.
> We could only choose one winner of the Release Party Contest and it
> was difficult to do so. In selecting a winner FAmSCo took a number of
> items into consideration, including what types of events happened at
> the party, number of attendees, creativity and quality of the event
> Amongst all of the great entries we received, it is my pleasure to
> announce the Los Angeles, California Release Party organized by Grady
> Laksmono as the winner!
> Grady put a lot of work into the release party, not even being
> deterred when the Fedora 9 release date slipped. The event was held
> at the California State University in the College of Engineering,
> Computer Science, and Technology and was attended by approximately 40
> Grady's full event report and pictures are posted here:
> Thank you Grady for all of your work and we hope you enjoy the new
> laptop bag we will be arranging to have shipped to you.
> Again - a huge thank you to everyone who helped organize a release
> party for Fedora 9!
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Congratulation with Grady and with his Release Event and
congratulation with all the other release events
Hoping you'll enjoy the prize :)
Thank you Jeffrey for your work.
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