I would like to share some knowledge on Rust. It's a programming language which is blazing fast and powers the new Firefox Quantum.
This session will start with what rust is, setting up rust and then writing a small application.
We do have a rust SIG in Fedora and we would love to see more Fedorans coming forward to test rust and cargo(package manager for rust)
experience in Fedora Ecosystem.
You are kindly invited to the meeting:
Ansible 101 on 2017-11-30 from 16:00:00 to 18:00:00 UTC
The meeting will be about:
This Classroom session covers the topics listed below:
* Introduction to SSH
* Understanding different terminologies
* Introduction to Ansible
* Ansible installation and setup
* Establishing password-less connection
* Ad-hoc commands
* Managing inventory
* Playbooks examples
There will also be a follow-up Ansible 102 session later covering complex playbooks, roles, dynamic inventory files, control flow and galaxy.
I, Mohammed Zeeshan Ahmed, am a contributor to Fedora Project
and the CentOS Project.
I have been working on container technologies, including docker, kubernetes,
openshift, and more from the past 1.9 years, at Red Hat.
I would love to share, what knowledge, and learning i have gathered over this
Please let me know what you guys think, and the procedure.
Of course, if people are interested, this could, in the future, lead to kubernetes and
openshift 101s as well.
Mohammed Zeeshan Ahmed
ASE, Red Hat
Mob: +91 9986458839
Web : mzee1000.io
I think an Ansible class is a great idea. I'm interested.
Red Hat Consulting <https://www.redhat.com>
On Thu, Nov 9, 2017 at 1:00 PM, Vipul Siddharth <siddharthvipul1(a)gmail.com>
> Hello Everyone,
> I am Vipul Siddharth, a Fedora contributor, attended the recently
> conducted Fedora QA 101 classroom by Sumantro and Geoffrey.
> I have been using Ansible for months now and have realized that it can
> boost productivity (of course in certain cases).
> I am interested in sharing my little knowledge on Ansible.
> I was wondering if it is at all possible.
> Please let me know what you all think & the procedure.
> Thanks and regards
> Vipul Siddharth
> Intern, Red Hat
> *Mob:* +91 8884300084 <+918884300084>
> *Web:* vipulsiddharth.blogspot.in/
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Hi Fedora Classroom team,
I am just curious if there is anything that I could help with next week
concerning the Fedora Classroom session. Is there anything I can do to help?