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Fedora is in the process of retiring our old "Individual Contributor
License Agreement" (also known as the ICLA or CLA) and replacing it with
the new Fedora Project Contributor Agreement (FPCA).
All Fedora contributors with accounts in the Fedora Account System
(https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts) who have agreed to the old
CLA *MUST* agree to the new FPCA by June 17, 2011 to continue
contributing to Fedora.
Here is how you do this:
1) Login to the Fedora Account System:
2) Once logged in, click on the "My Account" link in the blue box on the
left side of the window.
3) On the page that loads, you will see a section labeled "Account
Details". Look for the line that says "Contributor Agreement". On that
line, you should see a new section that says:
"New CLA Not Signed - We need contributors to sign the new Contributor
Agreement(Complete it now!)"
Click on "Complete it now!" and follow the prompts.
It is important that Fedora Account holders who have signed the old
Fedora CLA sign the new FPCA. We have allotted a window of one month for
Fedora contributors to agree to the FPCA. This means that after June 17,
2011, any Fedora Contributors who have not agreed to the FPCA will have
their "cla_done" flag set to False. This also means that any groups that
they are in which are dependent upon "cla_done", such as "packager",
"ambassador", and Fedora People access will be removed.
There are a few accounts which are exempt from this, specifically,
accounts which are members of the "cla_dell", "cla_intel", and
"cla_redhat" groups. If you do not know what these groups are, you are
probably not in them. :) Accounts in these groups will not see the "New
CLA Not Signed" line on their "My Account" page, and do not need to take
any action at this time.
Please take a minute and login to FAS to agree to the terms of the FPCA,
to avoid loss of access.
More information about the FPCA, including the final FPCA text, can be
If you have any additional questions about the FPCA or the re-signing
process, please feel free to email me directly at legal(a)fedoraproject.org.
Tom Callaway, Fedora Legal
this year's FrOSCon still needs an event owner.
I'm unable to do it because I will be in Canada around that time. From
my experience FrOSCon is a very easy event to manage as the FrOSCon team
is doing an excellent job at supporting event owners with anything they
need. This especially is true for accommodation.
The call for projects is now open at . The deadline is May 23rd, so
we need to hurry up a bit.
In my opinion FrOSCon is one of (if not) the best Open Source
conferences in Germany. It would be very sad if Fedora had no booth this
If you decide you want to own this event and there's anything I can
help out with (either beforehand or remotely) I'll be glad to do so.
There has been an amendment to the requirements for candidates to
elected (and appointed) roles in Fedora's Community, including (but not
limited to) the Fedora Board, Fedora Engineering Steering Committee, and
the Fedora Ambassadors Steering Committee.
Specifically, candidates must not be a citizen of an export-restricted
for the list of export restricted countries).
This requirement is applicable immediately, and will apply to candidates
for this upcoming election as well.
Unfortunately, the laws in the United States which Fedora and Red Hat
are subject to place very tight restrictions on the involvement of
citizens of certain countries. Fedora has made its position on this
issue known here:
Thank you for your understanding,
This mail is a reminder for today's meeting for the French speaking community.
2011-05-16 / 18:30 UTC
Ce mail est un rappel pour la réunion de la communauté francophone, qui aura lieu ce lundi (16 mai) à 20h30 heure de Paris sur IRC (freenode) #fedora-meeting .
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Merci de répondre à ce message en cas d'indisponibilité.
There has been a delay to set up Town Halls for Fedora Ambassadors. We
want to correct this as soon as possible. We can take advantage that
FAmSCo has members spread all over the world and will be easy to
acommodate schedule for each region.
I took the liberty of chossing a tool for trying to find which time will
be best for each region. I just marked my times, but do not pay
attention as others FAmSCo members will mark their options later. The
slots that get most votes will be used. We will communicate on the
mailing list the results.
Town Hall for North America and Latin America
Town Hall for Europe, Middle East and Africa
Town Hall for Asia and Pacific
I any case we will run three town halls, so if one set up on your
regions does not fit your schedule, and you want to express yourself,
feel free to join any other town hall.
Linux User # 473217