FOSSASIA 2014 – the last day

Sunday, March 2nd, 2014: Every incredible time would end, anyway. This was that last day of FOSSASIA 2014 and all activities were moved from Norton University to Open Institute. Fedora had registered a workshop to instruct people how to join into Fedora Project and have some very first contributions. There were about ten attendees toContinue reading “FOSSASIA 2014 – the last day”

FOSSASIA 2014 – Day 2

Saturday, March 1st, 2014: We had an interesting time on the previous day so we hoped we can get more attention from participants this day. In our Fedora dedicated room, the day started with an Inkscape workshop by Sirko Kemter. There were about 50 attendees. Some of them use Linux and others use Windows andContinue reading “FOSSASIA 2014 – Day 2”

FOSSASIA 2014 – Day 1

Friday, February 28th, 2014: Then FOSSASIA 2014 started with Welcome speech from organizers and the event host. During Opening ceremony, I got a keynote representative for Fedora about “The Future of Fedora Project”. In 5+ minutes, I tried to speak out the overview of Fedora and to give people some most important information attract moreContinue reading “FOSSASIA 2014 – Day 1”