Posters (infinitive, freedom, voice and “fedora usb station” poster) and Fedora 9 DVDs are ready.
My PIII is right now finishing a lot of tests on “Fedora KIT” DVD.
Thanks to Lorenzo Villani who made the creation script. The “Fedora KIT” DVD basically contains a bootable Fedora with GNOME/KDE, the necessary tools to push Fedora on USB sticks (liveusb-tools and livecd-creator) and 4 live ISOs: fedora 9 kde, fedora 9 gnome, fedora 10 beta kde and fedora 10 gnome (thanks to my crazy-dirty-omgwtf patch to livecd-creator).
By the way, I’m a bit disappointed about LUGs, because when we asked who was interested to support fedora and receive a FREE (as free beer) box with gadget, more than 20 people answered (and we based our orders on that number), but now, we asked the mailing address to send gadget (and a implicit further confirmation), only 14 LUGS answered. This means that the others were not so interested.
I have to say thanks to Lucia and Anna (my byte-code colleagues) for help me to manage orders and prices.