Well, FADNA just wrapped up, but I'm staying here til Monday. There were like 13 of us at the first ever FADNA, a great turnout!
At Ohio Linux Fest, I worked with Clint Savage and Brian Powell in order to make a script for a USB creation station that will automatically create a USB stick when you insert a key into the machine via a udev rule. Clint formatted his external hard drive with JFS (arrrggghhh!), and I didn't have the right JFS userspace tools on my F9 laptop, so I couldn't use it. Good thing that I had the foresight to buy a 320GB external drive prior to OLF and rsync my local mirror to it, so that I could install the JFS tools :).
Also because of having a mirror with me, I was able to spin an updated iso for the creation station with updates as of when I sync'ed to it. The image unfortunately came out a bit oversized for a CD, by about 7MB. Not a big deal, since it was intended for use on USB. However, a gentleman did come up who had a machine that wouldn't work with F9 GA (he had one of the Samsung drives that had a / in the serial number), so I had to burn the respin to a DVD for him, and he was incredibly happy that we could do that!
After we got the USB creation station working (minus the udev rule), we went in to the booth, I made a few USB sticks throughout the day. Work on the udev rule and automagically creating them will be undertaken soon, so what we'll have is a remix that will Just Work(TM)
Today at FADNA, we discussed the expectations of Fedora ambassadors, the new-founded mentorship project, and various marketing items, such as the making of the Event Box and the Ambassador Kit, and what components will go in there. There's a hackfest that's planned for FUDCon in Boston in January in order to actually assemble an Ambassador Kit (we want to have the specs for the ambassador kit prior to Boston, so that we can actually focus on design and assembly there).
All in all, this was a VERY fun and productive weekend for me, well worth the trip out to Ohio!