Yesterday was the second day of FUDCon Kuala Lumpur 2012 and the first day with scheduled talks. After the first day with barcamps I was curious to see how talks work out.
We arrived at 9 and until 10, a lot more people arrived. And when I say a “lot I” mean a lot. People were coming in waves as many of them were whole classes of students. Whenever a new bus arrived, we had a long queue at the registration desk, but people waited patiently.
I got up a little later than planned because it turns out that I am pretty jet-lagged after traveling for more than 24 hours. Nevertheless I managed to have breakfast before we had to leave. In front of the hotel, a shuttle bus was already waiting and quickly brought us to the venue at UCTI. Everything is extremely well organized here, thanks to an outstanding job of the Malayan Fedora community.
After a pretty long journey to Kuala Lumpur I finally arrived and checked in at the hotel. I met Tuan and Izhar. We went to the venue at the UCTI. I was glad to see that Izhar had a lot of volunteers helping him and everybody was busy preparing stuff.
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I usually keep my VM’s in /home, because unlike /var it’s a separate partition and has plenty of free space. As I am also using SELinux, I want to set proper file contexts (even if /home is unconfined, I just want to do it right.)
FUDCon is over and we made quite some progress in various areas. However, there is still a lot of work to do, because we need to implement everything we brainstormed and discussed. Here’s my personal To-Do list: