Passing this email along to the list. This is coming up this Thursday!
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Subject: [Ambassadors] Fedora 24 Beta Release Readiness Meeting,
Thursday, April 28 19:00 UTC
Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2016 11:43:38 +0200
From: Jan Kurik <jkurik(a)redhat.com>
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Join us on irc.freenode.net in #fedora-meeting for the Fedora 24 Beta
Release Readiness Meeting meeting.
The meeting is going to be held on Thursday, April 28, 2016 19:00 UTC.
Please check the [FedoCal] link for your time zone.
We will meet to make sure we are coordinated and ready for the Beta
release of Fedora 24 on Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016. Please note that this
meeting is going to be held even if the release is delayed at the
Go/No-Go meeting on the same day two hours earlier.
You may received this message several times, but this meeting is open
to all teams and I'll also hope this will raise awareness and more
team representatives will come to this meeting. This meeting works
best when we have representatives from all of the teams.
More information available at [RRM] link.
Thank you for your support and Regards, Jan
Platform & Fedora Program Manager
Red Hat Czech s.r.o., Purkynova 99/71, 612 45 Brno, Czech Republic
ambassadors mailing list
You are kindly invited to the meeting:
CommOps IRC Meeting on 2016-04-26 from 12:00:00 to 13:00:00 US/Eastern
The meeting will be about:
This meeting is for team members of the Community Operations (CommOps) team. The weekly agenda is mostly comprised of the different tasks detailed on the CommOps wiki page, although it is subject to change depending on time and context of what is going around the Fedora Project.
More information can be found on the [wiki page](https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/CommOps).
Hello, I'm Dolores Portalatin. I founded Arch Linux Women and I have
been involved in community outreach and diversity efforts in many FOSS
projects for about 10 years. I am a disabled latina and I am very
interested in outreach for FOSS, building connections between Fedora
and other FOSS projects and diversity efforts to connect disadvantaged
people with technology.
I am meskarune/lola/Wonder_Woman on irc, please feel free to chat with
me. I'm located on the East Coast US, UTC -4
I really want to thank the Fedora project for being so welcoming to me,
you guys are awesome!
On Fri, Apr 22, 2016 at 10:40 AM, Ralph Bean <rbean(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi Whitney, here's the calendar info we talked about.
> The best place to list the schedule of public planning, grooming, and
> standup meetings is here:
> People can then export the .ical file from there and import it in
> their personal calendars.
Thanks for helping to get fedocal on lock threebean :)
> You may have to create an account here first, before you can log in:
> Try it out first, and then after that you may have to file a ticket
> with the fedora admins team here, in order to request access to add
> events to that calendar:
> I'm cc'ing Remy Decausemaker, the community lead for Fedora who might
> be of help. Remy, Whitney wants to publish information about when and
> where the community planning, grooming, and standup meetings are for
> the Fedora Modularity effort. I was thinking that, after the events
> are added to the calendar, it could be nice to do a community-blog
> post about the modularity group, and how people can get involved.
> It's mostly an inside redhat team at the moment, but we need to get
> some heat and light from the community on it.
> Whitney, hopefully Remy can help you out. :)
Welcome welcome welcome :) Not only am I here to help, but we have a
team of folks here in Fedoraland called the Community Operations
(CommOps) team, that helps to bring heat (contirbutions) and light
(publicity) to various parts of Fedora and the FOSS Community at
You should def check out our join process here to help get acquainted
with our team specifically, and Fedora at large:
I'm also cc'ing nils, who has expressed interest in helping with the
modularity onboarding, as well as Langdon, Fedora Council's Objective
lead, to keep him in the loop.
We hang out in #fedora-commops on freenode, and we are here to help :)
Thank you much for helping with this important project-wide objective,
and we look forward to getting to you know you!
Fedora Community Lead & Council
As was discussed in Tuesday's Diversity meeting, I was going to create
the event page for Fedora Women Day 2016 using some other event
templates I've used. The page now exists, and you can find details for
There's not much info on there yet, but this wiki page should make a
good location for putting related information and planning in a single
place where anyone can refer back to it.
I'm about to be leaving for a little bit so I didn't put down an event
description yet, but someone might also be able to write up something
better for that too.
Discussion about Fedora Women Day should happen on
Thanks all! :)
Justin W. Flory
I have missed this step, so I send a self-introduction to this list now.
My name is Luca Ciavatta and I am from Ravenna, Italy. I have studied
Environmental Science and I'm also a qualified IT technician. I like to
learn and I'm trying to be a developer doing something in the Android
world. I wanna contribute to Fedora as I can. I'm also interested in
contributing as a Developer or Tester. I started reporting bug in
Bugzilla and answering questions on AskFedora, now I would like to do
My Fedora address is cialu(a)fedoraproject.org but the alias still not
working because actually I missed a membership to a non CLA group, so I
used my personal email to send this message.
The article about the new Python brochure is posted and ready for review.
If you want to rescale/move the art, the original dimensions were 800X626.
Today, we put a brief and short planned period on the calendar for a
Fedora Badges Hack Session. In short, our target plans for tonight are
to touch on badge strategy with Fedora Hubs a little bit, and also
produce deliverables for some existing Badges tickets.
We'll likely try using Jitsi again for this, but if we have troubles, we
can move back to Google+. Please watch #fedora-commops for details on
the location as it comes closer to the time.
This is a late time for many in EMEA / APAC and we planned it last
minute, so it if it's a super late time for you, it's no problem if you
are unable to make it. Hopefully, soon we can try to find a more "ideal"
time for something like this in the coming future.
If you think you might be able to make it, please drop a reply on the
CommOps mailing list. Thanks!
Justin W. Flory
Hi CommOps :)
I have added draft for F24 virtual translation sprint in commblog.
Unfortunately i am not able to open in Visual mode and did most of the
things in Text mode itself, need to fix text headings as well.
Please review and publish article. Title "Incredible sprint - 5 days,
50 members and 20+ thousand words"