Folks have started asking me what's happening with the Fedora Daily Package, because there haven't been any updates for a while. I want to assure you that I haven't give up on the project; I haven't written for a few weeks because I've been swamped with two other projects. I want to share one of these with you: it's the Seneca Free Software and Open Source Symposium (FSOSS 2007). Here are the main details:
Seneca Free Software and Open Source Symposium (FSOSS 2007)
What: Open source in person. Two days of the best of open source: development, open source project updates, open content and digital media, legal and licensing issues, future directions for open source, and much more.
When: Thursday, October 25 and Friday, October 26.
Cost: Thanks to some generous sponsors, this event is very affordable: advance registration is $40, student advance registration is $20, and walk-in registration is $60. This price includes all talks on both days, two lunches, and a reception. A variety of hands-on workshops are also available, for an additional $20 each.
Where: Seneca College's gorgeous Seneca@York campus, located at York University, Toronto. (It's a Moriyama & Teshima building...)
Bonus: If you register on or before October 8, you could win an iPod Nano!