On 04/30/2012 11:21 AM, Itamar Heim wrote:
On 04/30/2012 07:50 PM, Leslie Hawthorn wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> As mentioned during last week's IRC meeting, I'm working on getting a
> rolling schedule of oVirt workshops organized. The goal is to host a
> workshop every few months and rotate through the various geos so that we
> can spread the word about oVirt most widely. Here's what we have slated
> thus far:
> June 8, 2012: Workshop at LinuxCon Japan (APAC)
> August 29-31, 2012: Workshop at LinuxCon North America (NA) - exact date
> November 5-7, 2012: Workshop at LinuxCon Europe (EMEA) - colocated with
> KVM Forum, exact dates TBD
> January 2013: Workshop at NetApp in the San Francisco Bay Area (NA)
> - Awaiting confirmation from NetApp that this timing works for them.
> March 2013: Workshop at Intel Shanghai (APAC)
> - Intel can host the week of 17 March or 24 March. I propose we aim for
> 21 & 22 March and assume that by this time our curriculum will have
> grown to cover two days. If it has not, we can trim a day from the
> schedule later.
> Open Question:
> Does anyone see blockers on their end for 21 & 22 March 2013?
Can we do this not on friday?
wednesday-thursday would be my preference.
The schedule for those two weeks is
open, so we can choose whatever days
we wish. Since it sounds like the week of 24 March is suboptimal, I will
check in with Susie to see if she has any guidance to offer us for the
best two days to choose during the week of 17 March.
Itamar, noted that you'd like this to happen Wednesday and Thursday, 20
& 21 March.
week march 24th is passover holiday, so problematic.
> May 2013: Workshop at Cisco Campus in Research Triangle Park (NA, North
> Carolina, USA)
> - Awaiting confirmation from Cisco that space will be available in this
> location and time frame.
> Open Question: LATAM workshop
> I propose that we target an oVirt workshop at the FISL 2013 conference,
> which should take place in the July 2013 time frame in Porto Alegre,
> Brazil. FISL attracts nearly 10,000 attendees and would be an excellent
> location for us to debut our oVirt efforts in the LATAM region.
> Alternatively, we can attempt to locate space on a company campus in
> LATAM to host the workshop. If anyone has space to offer, please let me
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