Once again the Fedora Project was present at the LinuxDay at Dornbirn (a small linux event near the German, Swiss, and Austrian border beside the Lake Constance). Timea and I arrived some minutes after 09.00 with the swag package. As usual Matthias Summer was already there and prepared the booth.
Some visitors asked about the difference between Ubuntu, openSUSE, and Fedora. In the past I didn’t hear that question often. It seems that there are still some people out there who didn’t know Fedora 😉
This year’s edition of the LinuxDay was a little bit more crowded than the last edition I joined. The talks were well attended and I think that small local event are good way to attract a complete different kind of visitors than big events.