Today was a big day: we kicked off the first of the four-day Flock conference. This is the second time we’ve run a Flock, which is the largest annual gathering of contributors to the Fedora Project. There are a great many excellent talks scheduled for Flock this year, and I’ll only be able to attend a handful of them. Fortunately, all of the talks (but not the hackfests and workshops, sorry!) will be streamed live and recorded at the Flock YouTube Channel. My plan is to take a few notes on each of the talks I attend and put up a summary each day with the highlights. Come back tonight for my review of the first day!
Edit: See also Máirín Duffy’s blog for an absolutely excellent breakdown of how to follow along with Flock remotely.