Ups, seems i'm living in the future already. :)
Meeting is of course on Friday, not Thursday, so hope to see you
On 07/09/2014 05:23 PM, Phil Knirsch wrote:
>That sounds great Michal. If you could join us tomorrow at our meeting
>at 15:00 UTC on #fedora-meeting that would be excellent.
>Thank you for your interest and see you tomorrow!
>On 07/08/2014 02:31 PM, Michal Sekletar wrote:
>>On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 06:13:01PM +0200, Phil Knirsch wrote:
>>>As Bill Nottingham has decided to resign from the committee we now
>>>have a free seat that we'd like to fill with another person.
>>>In order to fill this seat i'm therefore reaching out here to Fedora
>>>development to offer allow any applicant from the community to get
>>>in touch with us and let us know you're interested, why you're
>>>interested, why you think you'd be a good fit and maybe even the
>>>things you'd like to drive or accomplish in the Base Design WG.
>>I am interested in becoming a member of Base Design WG. I'd like help
>>accomplishing goals of Base WG and make sure that we provide minimal
>>foundation for others to build upon.
>>I believe my previous experience makes me a good fit for this position :
>> * Red Hat employee since 2011, now member of "Plumbers" group
>> * maintainer and contributor to various networking related projects
>> * systemd maintainer in RHEL
>>I'd like to help with integration of upstream changes in key
>>components to the
>>distribution and making sure they are not disruptive. Another area
>>like to contribute are container use cases of Fedora Base. Ensuring we
>>minimal, but easily extensible platform for sand-boxed/containerized
>>>For more background on what the Base WG does, here our Fedora wiki:
>>>In order to contact us you can either reply directly to me or join
>>>us during our regular meetings each Friday at 15:00 UTC on
>>>I strongly suspect next weeks meeting will be canceled due to the US
>>>holiday, but after that we'll be doing weekly meetings again.
>>>Looking forward to see you there!
>>>Thanks & regards, Phil
>>>Philipp Knirsch | Tel.: +49-711-96437-470
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