I am very happy I was able to organize my family and holidays to attend Flock again, this will be my third edition after 2013 and 2015, where I had a great experience and made a lot of friends, so I am sure this year will be even better
The flight already will be very nice, because this year I will travel with Gabriele Trombini (mailga) and a new entry of Flock, Andrea Masala (veon). Cape Cod is a real nice venue and although I will be very busy during the conference, I hope we will have a couple of hours to make some sightseeing.
I will be co-speaker in a session I normally gave for the last years, but I am happy Andrea will handle that this year for me. He helped out a lot during the last two releases and I hope he will do even more in the near future. Our workshop will be rather interesting, because we will put our hands on real tickets, look how to fix them and also answer questions about how we handle, develop or debug the websites we are managing.
My talk, given with Gabriele, is a bout the Mindshare initiative, a Council objective for 2017, which aims to retool outreach teams. You will probably already understand this will not affect only ambassadors, but all outreach teams in Fedora world. If you are interested in knowing more, or give your feedback to the plans we have, then come to my talk, I will be happy to open discussions even after the talk, maybe in front of a cold beer
Other sessions will see me directly involved, as for example the Council session, but I will also attend the Ambassador workshop-session. Not only because it is directly related to the Mindshare talk, but because as the actual FAmSCo chair I am very interested in this session.
See you all there, and thanks to Fedora to make this possible.
Source From: fedoraplanet.org.
Original article title: Robert Mayr: Flock 2017 – I’m waiting for you, Cape Cod!.
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