Live from FUDCon Boston 2007 at Boston University’s Photonics Center. Wifi provided by the Fedora group, beautiful facilities. The Unconference format got presenters to do a 2-minute elevator pitch for their sessions. We took a break and voted on the sessions we wanted to attend, and the organizers shuffled the large and small rooms and time slots and I’m sitting in the first sesion on Mugshot.
Got to see a neat piece of hardware presented by an foaf as we got coffee. The Pepper Pad is a lightweight Linux-based, AMD Geode-based handheld Etch-A-Sketch sized device with full video capabilities, wireless networking, USB, and lots of features. It’s based off Fedora Core 4 with their own yum repositories. Nice form factor, major cuteness factor.