We've got permission to run a second board game evening in the Bass River
room (where lunch is served and the previous game night took place) tonight
from 6pm onwards. If you're interested, come on up!
We tried something new this year with Flock. We did lots and lots of
workshops and hackfests with more time for mingling and the hallway
track. Now, let's see what you did! We want you to show us all what was
accomplished so we can decide, as a group, if this is a good idea for
In short, come to this session and give a "demo" of what you & your
friends did this week. The demo can be showing something technical
or a document. It could be slides. It could be just you telling us
all about it.
Please come and demo, and if you aren't demo'ing please come and support
people who are!
A cool side effect of the new docs toolchain is that we can manage the
publishing and presentation of arbitrary docs for your team.
I'll be in Barnstable after the GPG key signing to talk about how you
can have your docs linked to from docs.fp.o or even published their
automatically before the end of Flock.
I'll also give demos of the new tooling, share the roadmap and let you
know how you can make it go farther.
Let's get together and loft some stuff out of the wiki and increase the
findability of Fedora information.
Hi Flock attendees,
the localization team is trying to finalize the address list for T-shirt
Please come to me if you know any of this contributors, they didn't
answer our emails and we can't reward them if we don't have some
Please respond directly to me.
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lstemmle German EMEA
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Have a nice day,
we (Jan and me) would like to help you with testing your module and/or
If you plan to attend workshop 'Let's create tests for module/containers',
then please think what do you want to test.
Personally, I think we would like to test containers, in order that you
should prepare your container.
We're looking forward to seeing you on Thursday at 5pm in 3-Orleans A + B.
If you want to come to the workshop on Fedora Hubs, it's today at 2PM in
the Grand II room (end of the main hallway).
For the workshop we will be using Vagrant, so if you want to save some
boring download time please run these commands on your laptop:
$ sudo dnf install ansible vagrant vagrant-libvirt vagrant-sshfs
$ vagrant box add abompard/fedora-hubs-widget-workshop
You need to know a bit of Python (but no need to be an expert), and have
basic knowledge of web techs. It's really accessible, I'll be there to
answer questions and you can go at your own pace.
The workshop will be followed by a hackfest (you can start hacking straight
away if you don't want/need to do the workshop) so you can quickly put your
new knowledge to good use :-)
Come and see how powerful Hubs can be!
If anyone who matches the subject is at Flock, please let me know. I have a
package that refuses to build cleanly on either of these platforms with the
same error, and lots of other things depend on it.