Hello.

I'll be available this Friday from 7 AM to 2 PM CET. If this works for you, we can schedule a meeting and let other know on IRC and this ML.

Have a nice day.

On 3/2/20 8:00 PM, Nitish Sharma wrote:
That sounds like a good plan.


we can kick off our meetings by this month or next month, on the basis of availability of the group members.
Do we have an irc channel for this group, we can have a voting over there or over here on this thread as well, we should have active discussions on irc channel as well.
 
Current Scenario:
There is no contribution of this group towards fedora. We might have to come up with a problem solution, that this group is trying to solve via machine learning, and thereby broadcast our cause within other communities/ group to have an active participation.

Solution:
So let's start our journey through a problem that we can solve by discussing on any suitable time suggested by our fellow group members.

PS:
Let's make it an active discussion, otherwise there is no use of being a member of this group.

Hoping for a fruitful discussion and a lightened path ahead.

Thanks & Regards,
Nitish Sharma



On Mon, Mar 2, 2020 at 5:51 PM Lumir Balhar <lbalhar@redhat.com> wrote:

Hello.

I agree that we can do something like that. I'm kinda busy these days but some call once a month might be useful.

What I'm trying to do on various levels is to find some problems we can help with and/or some working workflows we can document and use as examples of "Fedora as machine learning distribution". But honestly, I cannot find any and AI/ML is not my daily job so I cannot provide any.

I'd like to discuss this together with your ideas. Anybody else has anything to discuss or propose?

Lumír

On 2/21/20 4:10 PM, Nitish Sharma wrote:
Thanks Lumir,

We can setup a monthly/weekly calls, where we can discuss things further. We can see the scope of various applications, for the moment, we can check machine learning from translation point of view. Going forward we can test analytics. 

As this is a public lost, we can request other group members to come forward with problem, which can be solved via ml and helpful for the community.

Let me know your views.

Have a nice weekend.

Regards
Nitish

On Fri, Feb 21, 2020, 14:48 Lumir Balhar <lbalhar@redhat.com> wrote:

Great idea, Nitish!

I am a member of Python maintenance team and ML and data analysis are my hobbies so I'd like to help whoever wants to make Fedora the best platform for AI/ML. I have a lot of experience with packaging and I also maintain Python containers.

Have a nice day.

Lumír

On 2/19/20 8:00 AM, Nitish Sharma wrote:
Welcome David, to the group.

I am working on machine translations, and presently dependent on GCS, Azure etc for the task. I am in process to develop in house packaged solution for the same.

@other group members: we have been inactive for a while, lets discuss, what all things we have been doing and how we can collaborate among us  ?
Thanks & Regards,
Nitish Sharma
Sr Software Engineer - Customer Platform



On Wed, Feb 19, 2020 at 5:32 AM David Kirwan <dkirwan@redhat.com> wrote:
Hi all,

My name is David Kirwan, I'm a software engineer in Red Hat based out of Waterford in the South East of Ireland. So far in Red Hat I've worked in releng/ops/devops and more recently now engineering teams.

I think it might be fun to get involved in improving the experience for developers on Fedora! I don't know exactly how I could be useful until I learn more about what kind of work is actually performed in this group, but I'd like to join and learn!

cheers,
David




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