The CentOS Dojos are a one day event that bring together people from the CentOS Communities to talk about systems administration, best practises and emerging technologies. The emphasis is to find local speakers and tutors to come together and talk about things that they care about most, and to share stories from their experiences working with CentOS in various scenarios.
Every Dojo event is organised into speaker sessions and tutorial sessions. This might be either 3 speaker sessions and 2 tutorials, or 6 speaker sessions and 4 tutorials, depending on the number of rooms we have.
Attendance to these events is restricted to 75 people to ensure there is plenty of opportunity for everyone to interact and establish social connections to carry the conversations through into the future.
December 6th: Austin, Texas: We'll be in Austin Texas covering everything from the OMSA live disk to custom rpm build environments
- North America
November 8th: We were in Madrid, Spain, on the 8th November 2013
September 13th : London, UK London, UK, in the middle of September 2013
September 6th : Eastern Europe gets its first Dojo Bucharest, Romania, on the 6th September 2013
July: The third CentOS dojo is going to be around CentOS and Clouds and will be coming to Aldershot, UK, on the 12th July 2013
May : The second CentOS Dojo is coming to Phoenix, Arizona, USA, on the 10th May 2013
We are trying quite hard to make the events be as low priced as possible, and to bring in as many people as possible. And for that we are looking for sponsors. Things that we need sponsorship for :
- Cost of TShirts and handouts
- General costs ( eg. A/V equipment onsite, promo and content hand outs ) etc
Please get in touch with us at the Donate address if you are able to help with sponsorship.
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