I asked if, as disgruntled as I am, I still go and talk about Fedora at a local FOSS conference and the feedback convinced me to go. As the local Fedora community is extremely weak these days, I wasn't able to summon a team (we were on hostile grounds, with Microsoft as the main sponsor of the event), so I joined Ceata.
I delivered my talk (slides available), which was about the local Fedora community, maybe a bit more optimistic than it should have been and, as I couldn't resist other way, a small sting at the conference's main sponsor (not included in the slides).
Overall, it was a nice experience: strengthening the team (Ceata), fun time, making contacts and delivering a message. A good day.
PS: I recorded on video my presentation, but being dumb enough I lost it... have no idea on which hard drive was saved :(