a bit late here's the recap of the discussion followed the talk at
First let me share the slides I guessed I would have to follow  but
soon I changed the order due to the discussion that started quickly, so
the talk went ahead without a real slides order.
IMO it was a success because the discussion covered the whole time
available and followed several ways.
Thankfully Pete was attending so we was able to talk in a couple of
Decause and gnokii were the main active attendees.
The conversation was related to:
1) the merge of the join processes, or their main parts, of the groups;
I understood that this can be a great solution for the project and a
big deal for the newbies that could have an unambiguous point of access
to the project. The only question is "how many groups will agreed"?
2) the join to fed-join: how many people from other groups will join
this group? And in which way? (mentorship? Linking the right group?
3) Ambassadors along their events, do they have to indicate to people
wishing to join the main join-page or the fedora-join group?
4) Easyfix: I admit I didn't follow completely this discussion among
Decause, Sirko and Pete because I was engaged to try to restore the
wifi connection :-(
Pete could be more accurate.
5) In a previous talk, Mairin, explaining hubs concepts, guessed about
a complete revision of the fedora join mainpage , that should be
customised for the new fp.o in the future. Due to that I dropped this
part of discussion.
Of course I forgot something and if Pete has something to put on the
table, please do :-)
hi. I've tried to package phpfarm
(https://github.com/fpoirotte/phpfarm). First I packaged it on my pc
using following spec file: http://pastebin.com/FMnpxsTd. Then, since I
have phpfarm compiled already on my system - I wanted to try it in
virtualbox, but when I run "$ sudo dnf install
/mnt/rpmbuild/RPMS/x86_64/phpfarm-0.2.0-1.fc22.x86_64.rpm" I get the
Error: nothing provides
needed by phpfarm-0.2.0-1.fc22.x86_64
on my pc I have rpmbuild directory in "/home/makerpm/rpmbuild" which I
shared using nfs into virtualbox and mounted it as "/mnt/rpmbuild". Did
I miss something?