Well 2 weeks ago I gave a speech about fedora in my school in Thessaloniki,Greece.In the beginning I didn’t know what to expect but the final outcome was great
There were around 30 attendees.So,I started with a presentation using a projector and did my best to represent fedora in the best way.I talked about fedora as an operating system and focused on its strengths.After that I spoke about the fedora community and the way we act as a part of it.Also,I convinced them to join the fedora project.
In the second part of the presentation,there was something like a small workshop and we used live cds in the pc of our computer laboratory.The students were surprised because they didn’t have the chance to use a linux distribution before.In the end,they asked me more than 25 questions (!) and that seemed that they became interested on fedora.Of course,I answered all of them with satisfaction.Finally,I handed live cds and fedora flyers (translated in Greek).All of the students seemed to be satisfied.
In the end,I think that the speech was pretty good and the final outcome was above my expectations.It was a good speech from a 15 year old ambassador
You can views some photos from the presentation as well as read the blog post here
Also,I would like to thank the fellow contributors from the Greek Fedora Team for their help