[FOSDEM] contacts for organisational issues
kristoff at skypro.be
Sun Aug 9 19:47:49 CEST 2015
The ham-radio info booth of 2015 was the result of the devroom
gnuradio/software defined radio of 2014 where we had a number of people
saying "concidering the audience for this devroom, why not try to
promote ham-radio a little bit while we are there".
So that is why we where in the building where that devroom was held.
But, of course, as ham-radio is all about communication,
signal-processing and with some homebrew electronics thrown in, you
could probably link it to multiple devrooms at FOSDEM.
But feel free to make a little bit of publicity for our infobooth /
demonstrations in your corner of FOSDEM :-)
Cheerio! Kr. Bonne.
(or, in ham-radio speak)
kristoff - ON1ARF
On 09-08-15 18:10, Daniel Pocock wrote:
> On 09/08/15 17:39, Kristoff wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> The Belgian Amateur radio organisation (UBA) had a small infobooth at
>> FOSDEM 2015 promoting ham-radio. For 2016, we like to expand this with
>> some practicle demos and a permanent station.
>> Concidering FOSDEM is an event with many thousands of visitors, there
>> might be some practicle and safety issues we would like to discuss.
>> Who in the FOSDEM organisation and/or the ULB can we contact for this?
> Hi Kristoff,
> There has traditionally been a real-time lounge for real-time
> communications technologies (VoIP, webcam, chat, etc)
> As both a developer of real-time technologies and a radio amateur myself
> I feel there could be some value in having some of these things in
> proximity to each other. I'm not sure if there is any formal mailing
> list for co-ordinating the real-time lounge, there are usually some
> private emails about this between a few of the developers from the
> relevant projects.
> I realize this doesn't answer all of your question though - hopefully
> one of the FOSDEM team will get back to you about the issues you raise.
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