London, UK The Fedora UK and Ireland User Group meeting will be held on December 13, 2010 in the library of the London School of Economics and Political Science, 10 Portugal Street, London, WC2A 2HD
The proposed agenda outline is:
1040 Update on Fedora (Steve Bayliss, Release Manager for 3.4)
1100 LSE’s plans for Fedora (Ed Fay, LSE)
1120 – 1220 Slots of general interest
1320 – 1500 Split into subgroups (one technical, one more collection management based) structured according to need – mix of short reports and longer discussions according to suggestions.
1500 – 1530 Plenary and formal close
1530+ Informal discussion
We will welcome proposals from attendees that they should give a talk (from 10 to 20 minutes, please give us an estimate), or that there should be a particular discussion, in any of the three slots (general interest, technical and ‘collection management’, please say which). ‘Collections management’ is a catch-all for non-technical topics which may include policies, legal issues, etc. This is your chance to share your ideas, achievements and aspirations!
The meeting is open to any Fedora users (or potential users) in the UK, Ireland or mainland Europe subject to a limit of approximately 30.
Please reply to the Fedora-UKI list (fedora-UKI@jiscmail.ac.uk) if you hope to attend, advising us of any special dietary requirements and of your suggestions for talks or discussions.
Chris Awre and Richard Green
Co-chairs, Fedora UK & Ireland User group