Good idea. When I had discussed this with the SCaLE folks, they were concerned that a FAD on Sunday morning would affect the abillity of Fedorans to go to the show at that time. So Friday night might be good, and then that leaves the rest of the weekend for us to enjoy the show, staff the booth -- did I mention staffing the booth? -- and seeing Clint's great presentation
After Max's message to the board here -- http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-advisory-board/2008-December/msg00077.html
-- it appears that FADs are going to be regional and decentralized, unlike the annual ambassador planning/educational event that the FAD at OLF was. I could be wrong on my understanding of the Fedora Ambassador Day concept, but now that it's Fedora Activity Day, it creates a wider range of possible activities.
Having said this, we did go back to SCaLE a couple of weeks ago and tell them we weren't having a FAD at SCaLE (and there was also the issue of Q4 funds), opting instead to concentrate on a Q1 FAD at Linux Fest North West in Bellingham, Wash., in April.
Frankly, there's no reason why we can't hold FADs at both.