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[opensuse-summit] Re: The result of call for host of openSUSE.Asia Summit 2019
  • From: Ana Martínez <anamma06@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2018 11:35:48 +0200
  • Message-id: <CAKLHQPJMvEJu=2wOA9ViVie_kP-FEA33HWJ=0s2bqUJQ62qu+Q@mail.gmail.com>
Hi!

Congratulations Indonesia team! Thanks a lot to both teams for the
effort and eagerness put in the proposals.

The openSUSE.Asia Organization Committee has proved in the last years
not only to take the best decisions to spread openSUSE all around Asia
but also to be an ideal example of what community organized conference
means. I think (and I believe that the rest board members agree with
me) that a decision made by the openSUSE.Asia Organization Committee
doesn't need the approval of the board and that you have all our
support! The only thing missing is the sponsorship which involves SUSE
as well. The board have already publicly expressed its desire of
increasing openSUSE.Asia TSP budget (as you can read in our meeting
minutes [1]), but this is of course not official until SUSE approves
it. Do you have a budget estimation or any other detail we should be
aware of? Is there any timeline for the sponsorship approval?


Regards,

Ana

[1] - https://en.opensuse.org/Archive:Board_meeting_2018-08-21


El sáb., 6 oct. 2018 a las 11:26, Ana Martínez (<anamma06@xxxxxxxxx>) escribió:

Hi!

Congratulations Indonesia team! Thanks a lot to both teams for the effort and
eagerness put in the proposals.

The openSUSE.Asia Organization Committee has proved in the last years not
only to take the best decisions to spread openSUSE all around Asia but to be
an ideal example of what community organized conference means. I think (and I
believe that the rest board members agree with me) that a decision made by
the openSUSE.Asia Organization Committee doesn't need the approval of the
board and that you have all our support! The only thing missing is the
sponsorship which involves SUSE as well. The board have already publicly
expressed its desire of increasing openSUSE.Asia TSP budget (as you can read
in our meeting minutes [1]), but this is of course not official until SUSE
approves it. Do you have a budget estimation or any other detail we should be
aware of? Is there any timeline for the sponsorship approval?


Regards,

Ana


[1] - https://en.opensuse.org/Archive:Board_meeting_2018-08-21

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Ana María Martínez Gómez
https://anamaria.martinezgomez.name

On Fri, Oct 5, 2018, 17:02 Fuminobu TAKEYAMA <ftake@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi all,

As the result of the votes by representatives of openSUSE.Asia Organization
Committee,
we selected Bali, Indonesia for the host of openSUSE.Asia Summit 2019.
Congratulations.

Since it will be the second summit in Indonesia, we expect it will be a
great opportunity
to increase active contributors in Indonesia and extend our community in
Asia.

Thank you, India team for submitting your proposal this year. However, it is
important
that the summit is proposed by a team consisting of openSUSE contributors.
To become a
contributor, we recommend having local openSUSE events like hands-on for
students or a
release party. Another approach is spreading openSUSE at some FLOSS events
in India. We
hope to see you at the next summit and to hear about those activities.

The result of the vote:

* Bali, Indonesia (7)
- Max, TW
- nfsnfs (Lihan), TW
- hashimotosyuta, JP
- Kento Kawakami (kimitoboku), JP
- AL Cho (alcho), TW
- marguerite, CN
- Eric Yeoh, MY

* Faridabad, India (3)
- Sunny, CN
- Hillwood Yang, CN
- ftake, JP

Note that this decision is by openSUSE.Asia Organization Committee and the
next summit
have not been approved by the openSUSE board yet, especially for sponsorship.


Best regards,
Fuminobu TAKEYAMA



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