[fedora-commops] Issue #95 `[Onboarding Series] DotNet SIG`
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This issue is a stub for working out ideas, concepts, and other steps involved for contributors who would like to officially join the DotNet team.
The goal of the dotnet SIG is to establish dotnet presence in Fedora, from providing information to the user, through taking care of dotnet packages in future Fedora releases, to providing information and help to other packagers.
## Current state
Basic [wiki page](https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DotNet) was drafted, [mailing list](https://lists.fedoraproject.org/admin/lists/dotnet-sig.lists.fed... and [FAS group](https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/group/view/dotnet-sig) created, and we are currently looking for a good [time](http://whenisgood.net/fedora-dotnet) for IRC [meetings](https://pagure.io/fedora-dotnet/issue/1). During the first IRC meeting we should discuss the future goals and next steps of our progress ([agenda](https://pagure.io/fedora-dotnet/issue/2))
## Questions & Ideas
* **Wiki page** - Everything is currently at [wiki/dotnet](https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DotNet) while I would like _this_ page to contain general info about dotnet on Fedora, info for the user and packagers how to use dotnet, etc... and to move the organizational part about the team and joining it to [wiki/SIGs/dotnet](https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/DotNet)
* **FAS Group & Mailing List** - I'm not entirely sure about this, what would it ideally look like in the future, however for now there is no reason to do anything and we can keep it as it is with a single group and list. The idea for the future is, that if dotnet becomes popular and the group would grow, we should split off the core team and create new fas group and mailing list `dotnet-devel` or something along those lines, while the SIG would remain generic and public group of people with common interest.
* **What next?** (technical side) - This should be answered during the first (above mentioned) IRC meeting, it should go along the lines of getting all the current problems together (pagure issues) and starting to look into them one by one - we should come up with priorities, etc... Next steps in organization of the group are already outlined and questions are raised in the above points.
1. wiki/dotnet: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/DotNet
2. wiki/SIGs/dotnet: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/DotNet
3. mailing list: https://lists.fedoraproject.org/admin/lists/dotnet-sig.lists.fedoraprojec...
4. FAS group: https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/group/view/dotnet-sig
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6 years, 1 month
by Justin W. Flory
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I'm working on getting my transportation arranged and moving out of my apartment today, and I don't think I'll be back to a keyboard before the meeting today. :( I thought I'd be able to make it, but I think I'm going to have to miss again this week. Hoping to return to a normal schedule again after moving.
Do we want to aim for picking back up next week? Not sure what the holiday schedules are looking like for most people. If needed, we can kick back to a later date as well.
Thanks, and sorry for the late notice.
Sent from my Android device with K-9 Mail. Please excuse my brevity.
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6 years, 5 months
Re: [Ambassadors] Re: Slides repository
by Justin W. Flory
On 12/16/2016 03:51 PM, Brian Exelbierd wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 7, 2016, at 12:05 AM, Justin W. Flory wrote:
>> I think there is still some merit behind the idea of hosting a
>> repository with these kinds of resources. Just like how we have the
>> Creative Commons licensing to remix content freely and openly, the
>> purpose of having a repository like this would be to provide a frame of
>> reference of past presentations that others could find useful
>> information from for either making their own or building off of.
>> Everyone does this job differently, I agree, but for someone who may not
>> yet be a seasoned Ambassador, I see this as being a useful utility.
> I am also very in favor of this repository. It would serve as a great
> way to share ideas between regions and contributors.
>> As for access, the administrators of the repository could just be
>> regional Ambassador leadership, and if an Ambassador has slides they
>> would like to add, they could send them to the region storyteller or
>> submit a pull request against the repository. I think this is something
>> that could be a good responsibility for the storyteller position.
> I'd like to see us encourage all contributions, even those from
> non-ambassadors. Perhaps we could set up a repo where there is a large
> number of committers who accept almost all material.
I had some extra time today, and I went ahead and created a mock concept
for this idea. You can find the demo repository on the Pagure staging site:
In the repository, you can see that I added a few files as an example…
…but the examples are empty files, they are just there to give a better
idea of what a repository like this would look like. I thought it would
be a good idea to include both templates and actual presentations here.
Additionally, I also gave a hand at setting up some basic guidelines for
contributing content there as well, but if we choose to go through with
this, additional feedback on those guidelines would be welcome.
What do you all think about this? Is this something we would like to
create officially and promote? Any and all feedback welcome.
Justin W. Flory
6 years, 5 months