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Thursday, August 9
 

1:30pm CEST

Fedora Mindshare
During this workshop, we will discuss the direction of Mindshare.  We will discuss the upcoming changes to the ambassador program and to the budget (what was formerly the regional budget and now will be the Mindshare budget).

Speakers

Thursday August 9, 2018 1:30pm - 2:20pm CEST
4-Hamburg 4+6

1:30pm CEST

Subproject/SIG Roundtables
We'll have round tables available for groups to meet as they wish. Grab your team for a chat or work with other teams. No reservation or sign up needed.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Exelbierd

Brian Exelbierd

Community Business Owner, Red Hat
Brian “bex” Exelbierd enjoys a good beer, a nice coffee, and a rousing conversation about taxation. Born in the USA, he now lives with his partner and daughter in Brno, Czech Republic. His focus is on his family, walks for artisinal bread, and reading long form articles. By night... Read More →
avatar for Matthew Miller

Matthew Miller

Fedora Project Leader


Thursday August 9, 2018 1:30pm - 3:20pm CEST
0-Meissen + Radebeul

2:30pm CEST

Fedora Mindshare
During this workshop, we will discuss the direction of Mindshare.  We will discuss the upcoming changes to the ambassador program and to the budget (what was formerly the regional budget and now will be the Mindshare budget).

Speakers

Thursday August 9, 2018 2:30pm - 3:20pm CEST
4-Hamburg 4+6

3:40pm CEST

Subproject/SIG Roundtables
We'll have round tables available for groups to meet as they wish. Grab your team for a chat or work with other teams. No reservation or sign up needed.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Exelbierd

Brian Exelbierd

Community Business Owner, Red Hat
Brian “bex” Exelbierd enjoys a good beer, a nice coffee, and a rousing conversation about taxation. Born in the USA, he now lives with his partner and daughter in Brno, Czech Republic. His focus is on his family, walks for artisinal bread, and reading long form articles. By night... Read More →
avatar for Matthew Miller

Matthew Miller

Fedora Project Leader


Thursday August 9, 2018 3:40pm - 5:15pm CEST
0-Meissen + Radebeul

4:15pm CEST

Fedora Handbook 2018
It's time to issue an updated version of our printed Fedora User Guide, so that it's ready for the fall season of conferences and the new year at universities.
This session will be focused on updating and perhaps extending the asciidoc content, refreshing the cover, discussing how to integrate the project into the Fedora docs.

More info about the project: https://pagure.io/ambassadors/fedora-handbook

Speakers

Thursday August 9, 2018 4:15pm - 5:15pm CEST
2-Hamburg 3+5
 
Friday, August 10
 

9:00am CEST

Building Flatpaks from Fedora Packages
Flatpaks now are well integrated into the Workstation as a means of packaging applications, and offer advantages and for flexibility of installation, for security, and for upgrade robustness, but at the moment, the only sources of Flatpaks for users are 3rd party external repositories.

For the last year, we've been working towards having Flatpaks built from Fedora packages within the Fedora build system. Getting this working and available to users for Fedora 29 is within sight, but there are a lot of moving pieces, and getting relevant people in the same room would be a big help in making sure that everything falls into place.

I'd see three things going on at this hackfest:

General discussion to summarize status, get all the participants up to speed, and come to an agreed list of things to work on. (First 1+ hour). This would be kept high-level.
Fix remaining issues, or at least know how we are fixing them (Fedora infrastructure members, contributors to the core Workstation pieces)
Start creating Flatpak content - can be contributed to by any interested Fedora packager.
The second and third activities would be parallel and independent, but I think would interact usefully - in providing help to the new contributors and providing testing and feedback to the people working on the infrastructure.

Speakers
avatar for Owen Taylor

Owen Taylor

Architect, Desktop Engineering, Red Hat


Friday August 10, 2018 9:00am - 9:50am CEST
2-Hamburg 3+5

10:20am CEST

Building Flatpaks from Fedora Packages
Flatpaks now are well integrated into the Workstation as a means of packaging applications, and offer advantages and for flexibility of installation, for security, and for upgrade robustness, but at the moment, the only sources of Flatpaks for users are 3rd party external repositories.

For the last year, we've been working towards having Flatpaks built from Fedora packages within the Fedora build system. Getting this working and available to users for Fedora 29 is within sight, but there are a lot of moving pieces, and getting relevant people in the same room would be a big help in making sure that everything falls into place.

I'd see three things going on at this hackfest:

General discussion to summarize status, get all the participants up to speed, and come to an agreed list of things to work on. (First 1+ hour). This would be kept high-level.
Fix remaining issues, or at least know how we are fixing them (Fedora infrastructure members, contributors to the core Workstation pieces)
Start creating Flatpak content - can be contributed to by any interested Fedora packager.
The second and third activities would be parallel and independent, but I think would interact usefully - in providing help to the new contributors and providing testing and feedback to the people working on the infrastructure.

Speakers
avatar for Owen Taylor

Owen Taylor

Architect, Desktop Engineering, Red Hat


Friday August 10, 2018 10:20am - 12:10pm CEST
2-Hamburg 3+5

1:20pm CEST

Building Flatpaks from Fedora Packages
Flatpaks now are well integrated into the Workstation as a means of packaging applications, and offer advantages and for flexibility of installation, for security, and for upgrade robustness, but at the moment, the only sources of Flatpaks for users are 3rd party external repositories.

For the last year, we've been working towards having Flatpaks built from Fedora packages within the Fedora build system. Getting this working and available to users for Fedora 29 is within sight, but there are a lot of moving pieces, and getting relevant people in the same room would be a big help in making sure that everything falls into place.

I'd see three things going on at this hackfest:

General discussion to summarize status, get all the participants up to speed, and come to an agreed list of things to work on. (First 1+ hour). This would be kept high-level.
Fix remaining issues, or at least know how we are fixing them (Fedora infrastructure members, contributors to the core Workstation pieces)
Start creating Flatpak content - can be contributed to by any interested Fedora packager.
The second and third activities would be parallel and independent, but I think would interact usefully - in providing help to the new contributors and providing testing and feedback to the people working on the infrastructure.

Speakers
avatar for Owen Taylor

Owen Taylor

Architect, Desktop Engineering, Red Hat


Friday August 10, 2018 1:20pm - 3:10pm CEST
2-Hamburg 3+5

1:20pm CEST

Fedora Community Operations: Hack the planet!
This team sprint is an opportunity for the Fedora Community Operations (CommOps) team to work through existing tasks and tickets to follow up on our 2018 FAD team sprint.

The top priorities for our team to work through are:

Fedora Appreciation Week (fedora-commops#110)
GrimoireLabs dashboard to visualize fedmsg metrics (fedora-commops#114)
Secondary priorities include better practices for the Community Blog, new events to support other teams in Fedora (like a docs hackathon for sub-projects), and updating our timeline of tasks for the next year.

This is a valuable opportunity for many people of the team to work together in person to work through blockers, identify top priorities, and establish realistic goals for what this team can accomplish in the following year.

Speakers
avatar for Jona Azizaj

Jona Azizaj

Developer Relations
avatar for Justin W. Flory

Justin W. Flory

Open source consultant, Rochester Institute of Technology
Justin W. Flory is a creative maker. He is best-known as an opensource contributor based in the United States. Since 2018, Justin is aleading member of the LibreCorps program of the FOSS@MAGICinitiative at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He was the first,full-time co-op placement... Read More →
avatar for Sachin S. Kamath

Sachin S. Kamath

#info Sachin S. Kamath (FAS: skamath); UTC +5.30; CommOps, Join, Classroom, Metrics, *
avatar for Bhagyashree Padalka

Bhagyashree Padalka

Community Operations Team, Fedora
Bhagyashree(or Bee) is a recent graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India. Her primary research interests lie in understanding human behavior in information-rich online social environments. Her research draws heavily from Machine Learning and Natural Language... Read More →


Friday August 10, 2018 1:20pm - 3:10pm CEST
3-Hamburg 1+2

1:20pm CEST

Fedora containers: next steps
Complete agenda for this workshop can be found in this etherpad:

https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/flock-2018-containers-workshop

Our team has a focus on automation and streamlining the process of Red Hat container images
delivery. We would love to bring some of our tools and ideas to Fedora!

Outcome: faster delivery process, container images are up to date, less work
for maintainers, containers are validated

Proposal/agenda:

1. Introduction of stakeholders.
2. Introduction of what we did at Red Hat (processes) and introduction to our tools.
3. Design discussion on what can we do at Fedora side:
* Validation.
* Automation (least amount of steps for container maintainers).
* Delivery (can I have the container on my system ASAP?).

Speakers
avatar for Dominika Hodovska

Dominika Hodovska

RH - Brno - Tech Park Brno - C
avatar for Jiří Popelka

Jiří Popelka

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Red Hatter for almost 10 years, used to be package maintainer, then worked on firewalld, OSBS, fabric8-analytics@openshift.io, in Cyborg team building bot army and now Packit.
avatar for Tomas Tomecek

Tomas Tomecek

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
packit, containers, automation, and having all the fun
avatar for Clement Verna

Clement Verna

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Clément Verna is a Senior Software engineer working in the Community Platform Engineering team at Red Hat. His passions for working with others and finding better ways of working, naturally took him on the Agile and Continuous Improvement journey. He is using Continuous Improvement... Read More →


Friday August 10, 2018 1:20pm - 3:10pm CEST
0-Meissen + Radebeul

1:20pm CEST

Fedora Infrastructure planning and hacking and hacking and planning hackfest
We will go over what we know of this years plans and figure out rough plans for next year. Also general discussion on any items we want the group to come to consensus on. New and/or Remote folks welcome to come and learn and join us.

Speakers
avatar for Kevin Fenzi

Kevin Fenzi

Infrastructure Lead, Red Hat
Fedora user and developer. Greyhound lover.


Friday August 10, 2018 1:20pm - 3:10pm CEST
4-Hamburg 4+6

1:20pm CEST

i18n development and testing
We are planning for a half day hackfest of discussions and collaboration on fedora i18n latest development including ibus and fonts, test automation using OpenQA and exploring CI opportunities for i18n packages in upstreamfirst.
This automation will help us to catch/spot bug earlier during the development cycle and development activities will help to complete change proposals.


Speakers
avatar for Jens Peteren

Jens Peteren

Engineering Manager, Red Hat
Jens works on development of Fedora i18n and Haskell, and RHEL.http://github.com/juhp/
avatar for pravins

pravins

Internationalization, Ambassador, Localization, Fedora Packaging, India community, Quality engineering, CI/CD, Test Automation.


Friday August 10, 2018 1:20pm - 3:10pm CEST
1-Dresden

3:40pm CEST

i18n development and testing
We are planning for a half day hackfest of discussions and collaboration on fedora i18n latest development including ibus and fonts, test automation using OpenQA and exploring CI opportunities for i18n packages in upstreamfirst.
This automation will help us to catch/spot bug earlier during the development cycle and development activities will help to complete change proposals.


Speakers
avatar for Jens Peteren

Jens Peteren

Engineering Manager, Red Hat
Jens works on development of Fedora i18n and Haskell, and RHEL.http://github.com/juhp/
avatar for pravins

pravins

Internationalization, Ambassador, Localization, Fedora Packaging, India community, Quality engineering, CI/CD, Test Automation.


Friday August 10, 2018 3:40pm - 4:30pm CEST
1-Dresden

3:40pm CEST

Building Flatpaks from Fedora Packages
Flatpaks now are well integrated into the Workstation as a means of packaging applications, and offer advantages and for flexibility of installation, for security, and for upgrade robustness, but at the moment, the only sources of Flatpaks for users are 3rd party external repositories.

For the last year, we've been working towards having Flatpaks built from Fedora packages within the Fedora build system. Getting this working and available to users for Fedora 29 is within sight, but there are a lot of moving pieces, and getting relevant people in the same room would be a big help in making sure that everything falls into place.

I'd see three things going on at this hackfest:

General discussion to summarize status, get all the participants up to speed, and come to an agreed list of things to work on. (First 1+ hour). This would be kept high-level.
Fix remaining issues, or at least know how we are fixing them (Fedora infrastructure members, contributors to the core Workstation pieces)
Start creating Flatpak content - can be contributed to by any interested Fedora packager.
The second and third activities would be parallel and independent, but I think would interact usefully - in providing help to the new contributors and providing testing and feedback to the people working on the infrastructure.

Speakers
avatar for Owen Taylor

Owen Taylor

Architect, Desktop Engineering, Red Hat


Friday August 10, 2018 3:40pm - 5:30pm CEST
2-Hamburg 3+5

3:40pm CEST

Fedora Community Operations: Hack the planet!
This team sprint is an opportunity for the Fedora Community Operations (CommOps) team to work through existing tasks and tickets to follow up on our 2018 FAD team sprint.

The top priorities for our team to work through are:

Fedora Appreciation Week (fedora-commops#110)
GrimoireLabs dashboard to visualize fedmsg metrics (fedora-commops#114)
Secondary priorities include better practices for the Community Blog, new events to support other teams in Fedora (like a docs hackathon for sub-projects), and updating our timeline of tasks for the next year.

This is a valuable opportunity for many people of the team to work together in person to work through blockers, identify top priorities, and establish realistic goals for what this team can accomplish in the following year.

Speakers
avatar for Jona Azizaj

Jona Azizaj

Developer Relations
avatar for Justin W. Flory

Justin W. Flory

Open source consultant, Rochester Institute of Technology
Justin W. Flory is a creative maker. He is best-known as an opensource contributor based in the United States. Since 2018, Justin is aleading member of the LibreCorps program of the FOSS@MAGICinitiative at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He was the first,full-time co-op placement... Read More →
avatar for Sachin S. Kamath

Sachin S. Kamath

#info Sachin S. Kamath (FAS: skamath); UTC +5.30; CommOps, Join, Classroom, Metrics, *
avatar for Bhagyashree Padalka

Bhagyashree Padalka

Community Operations Team, Fedora
Bhagyashree(or Bee) is a recent graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India. Her primary research interests lie in understanding human behavior in information-rich online social environments. Her research draws heavily from Machine Learning and Natural Language... Read More →


Friday August 10, 2018 3:40pm - 5:30pm CEST
3-Hamburg 1+2

3:40pm CEST

Fedora containers: next steps
Our team has a
focus on automation and streamlining the process of Red Hat container images
delivery. We would love to bring some of our tools and ideas to Fedora!

Outcome: faster delivery process, container images are up to date, less work
for maintainers, containers are validated

Proposal/agenda:

1. Introduction of stakeholders.
2. Introduction of what we did at Red Hat (processes) and introduction to our tools.
3. Design discussion on what can we do at Fedora side:
* Validation.
* Automation (least amount of steps for container maintainers).
* Delivery (can I have the container on my system ASAP?).

Speakers
avatar for Dominika Hodovska

Dominika Hodovska

RH - Brno - Tech Park Brno - C
avatar for Jiří Popelka

Jiří Popelka

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Red Hatter for almost 10 years, used to be package maintainer, then worked on firewalld, OSBS, fabric8-analytics@openshift.io, in Cyborg team building bot army and now Packit.
avatar for Tomas Tomecek

Tomas Tomecek

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
packit, containers, automation, and having all the fun
avatar for Clement Verna

Clement Verna

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Clément Verna is a Senior Software engineer working in the Community Platform Engineering team at Red Hat. His passions for working with others and finding better ways of working, naturally took him on the Agile and Continuous Improvement journey. He is using Continuous Improvement... Read More →


Friday August 10, 2018 3:40pm - 5:30pm CEST
0-Meissen + Radebeul
 
Saturday, August 11
 

9:00am CEST

Documentation writing and hacking session
Let's pick up where previous docs hackfests and activity days left off:

Docs content: we'll work on improving quick docs, adding new user stories, converting wiki pages into docs, modularizing existing docs, and fixing mistakes in language, format, and mark-up. We can also tackle translations if foreign-language speakers show up.

Docs tooling & web: we'll work to improve the publishing backend, support for localization, and Pagure workflow (incl. CI/CD). Hand-in-hand with that, we can work on improving docs presentation through navigation and page styling.

Saturday August 11, 2018 9:00am - 10:50am CEST
4-Hamburg 4+6

9:00am CEST

Fedora Diversity & Inclusion team sprint
This team sprint is an opportunity for the Fedora Diversity & Inclusion team to work through existing tasks and tickets to plan ahead for the next six months / year of where we hope to take our team.

Top priorities for our team include but are not limited to:

Best practice event inclusion guidelines for Fedora events (fedora-diversity#54)
Fedora Women Day 2018 (fedora-diversity#66)
Secondary priorities include migrating to Fedora Docs from the wiki fedora-diversity#61, strategies to grow our team fedora-diversity#65, involvement with external organizations on D&I topics (e.g. CHAOSS) fedora-diversity#67, the demographic survey (from our 2017 team FAD) fedora-diversity#62, and language inclusivity brainstorming fedora-diversity#33.

This is a valuable opportunity for many people of the team to work together in person to work through blockers, identify top priorities, and establish realistic goals for what this team can accomplish in the following year.

Speakers
avatar for Jona Azizaj

Jona Azizaj

Developer Relations
avatar for Justin W. Flory

Justin W. Flory

Open source consultant, Rochester Institute of Technology
Justin W. Flory is a creative maker. He is best-known as an opensource contributor based in the United States. Since 2018, Justin is aleading member of the LibreCorps program of the FOSS@MAGICinitiative at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He was the first,full-time co-op placement... Read More →
avatar for Bhagyashree Padalka

Bhagyashree Padalka

Community Operations Team, Fedora
Bhagyashree(or Bee) is a recent graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India. Her primary research interests lie in understanding human behavior in information-rich online social environments. Her research draws heavily from Machine Learning and Natural Language... Read More →
avatar for Amita Sharma

Amita Sharma

Technical Project Manager, Red Hat
Fedora Diversity & Inclusion Team member


Saturday August 11, 2018 9:00am - 10:50am CEST
2-Hamburg 3+5

11:20am CEST

Documentation writing and hacking session
Let's pick up where previous docs hackfests and activity days left off:

Docs content: we'll work on improving quick docs, adding new user stories, converting wiki pages into docs, modularizing existing docs, and fixing mistakes in language, format, and mark-up. We can also tackle translations if foreign-language speakers show up.

Docs tooling & web: we'll work to improve the publishing backend, support for localization, and Pagure workflow (incl. CI/CD). Hand-in-hand with that, we can work on improving docs presentation through navigation and page styling.

Saturday August 11, 2018 11:20am - 12:20pm CEST
4-Hamburg 4+6

11:20am CEST

Fedora Diversity & Inclusion team sprint
This team sprint is an opportunity for the Fedora Diversity & Inclusion team to work through existing tasks and tickets to plan ahead for the next six months / year of where we hope to take our team.

Top priorities for our team include but are not limited to:

Best practice event inclusion guidelines for Fedora events (fedora-diversity#54)
Fedora Women Day 2018 (fedora-diversity#66)
Secondary priorities include migrating to Fedora Docs from the wiki fedora-diversity#61, strategies to grow our team fedora-diversity#65, involvement with external organizations on D&I topics (e.g. CHAOSS) fedora-diversity#67, the demographic survey (from our 2017 team FAD) fedora-diversity#62, and language inclusivity brainstorming fedora-diversity#33.

This is a valuable opportunity for many people of the team to work together in person to work through blockers, identify top priorities, and establish realistic goals for what this team can accomplish in the following year.

Speakers
avatar for Jona Azizaj

Jona Azizaj

Developer Relations
avatar for Justin W. Flory

Justin W. Flory

Open source consultant, Rochester Institute of Technology
Justin W. Flory is a creative maker. He is best-known as an opensource contributor based in the United States. Since 2018, Justin is aleading member of the LibreCorps program of the FOSS@MAGICinitiative at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He was the first,full-time co-op placement... Read More →
avatar for Bhagyashree Padalka

Bhagyashree Padalka

Community Operations Team, Fedora
Bhagyashree(or Bee) is a recent graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, India. Her primary research interests lie in understanding human behavior in information-rich online social environments. Her research draws heavily from Machine Learning and Natural Language... Read More →
avatar for Amita Sharma

Amita Sharma

Technical Project Manager, Red Hat
Fedora Diversity & Inclusion Team member


Saturday August 11, 2018 11:20am - 12:20pm CEST
2-Hamburg 3+5