These photos are from 6 December at the Toronto FUDcon this past weekend.
After a full day of hackfests, folks started heading out for dinner. A few folks still lingered around having hallway discussions, hacking, and Remy DeCausemaker even did interviews of various contributors (look forward to those getting posted soon!):
A group of us came back to the hackfest area at Seneca College after dinner to enjoy the more-reliable-than-the-hotel internet and play life-size Nethack – some of the projects we worked on:
- Diana Martin worked on replacing Ubuntu on her netbook with Fedora 12
- Clint Savage worked on pulsecaster – maybe he can fill in the details but I know he borrowed my USB webcam to test streams for it. 🙂
- Luya Tshimbalanga worked on putting together the Fedora 13 artwork process wiki page to kick things off (please submit your sketches and ideas – now is the time!!!!)
We hopped on the bus to go back to the hotel and chill out in the Hospitality Suite ^W^W hotel hack lounge.
More photos and summaries of the event to come. I’m also going to do a blog post for each of the sessions I gave at the barcamp on the first day. I have videos of both talks thanks to Andrew Overholt and Brad, and there are IRC logs for each session thanks to Matthew Daniels!! I wanted to shout out a big thanks to these folks for helping make the sessions available to folks who weren’t able to attend the event in-person. The videos came out great, but the audio is a little low (whoops I forgot to use my external mic 🙁 ) so I will have to run them through gstreamer to try to amp the audio up.