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Hi Bryen,

Le 2012-05-15 23:13, Bryen M Yunashko a écrit :
There's lots of US events.  Off the top of my head, I can rattle off 15
that I know of in chronological order:

SCaLE - Los Angeles (Jan)
NELF - Boston, MA (March)
FSF LibreCon - Boston, MA  (March)
Flourish - Chicago (March)
ILF - Indianapolis (April)
POSSCON - South Carolina (April)
Penguicon - Michigan (April)
LFNW - Bellingham, WA (April)
SELF - Charlotte, NC (June)
Open Source Bridge - Portland (June)
OSCON - Portland (July)
TLF - San Antonio (August)
FOSSCON - Philadelphia (August)
GOSCON - Washington, DC (TBD)
OLF - Columbus, OH (September)

There are also Project-related events such as FUDCon, DrupalCon,
openSUSE Summit, etc.

Total attendance of all events, not including OSCON and Project events,
is approximately 10,000.

Some of these events are very small, which is actually not a bad thing.
But all events are growing and I've been to many thus far this year,
each highly enthusiastic environments looking for more upstream projects
to join in.


I guess the question is, should I go ahead and list these events on the events calendar as "place holders" where we could decide later on if we could find people to attend and perhaps man a table with marketing materials?



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