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