[fedora-india] Fedora Activity Day at Pune on 23rd August
amitshah at gmx.net
Tue Aug 12 08:02:04 UTC 2014
On (Tue) 12 Aug 2014 [13:33:02], Huzaifa Sidhpurwala wrote:
> On 08/12/2014 12:50 PM, Amit Shah wrote:
> > On (Tue) 12 Aug 2014 [10:33:24], Huzaifa Sidhpurwala wrote:
> >> On 08/09/2014 12:08 PM, Siddhesh Poyarekar wrote:
> >>> The tentative theme for the event is along the lines of a Test Day.
> >>> It is tentative because (a) only a few of us have unilaterally
> >>> proposed and agreed to it (i.e. no feedback from anyone here) and (b)
> >>> we haven't yet decided on which components to target.
> >> If any one is interested in Fedora security, i can do a short talk and
> >> maybe a workshop/hackfest kind of thing, where we practically work on it.
> > Great, thanks.
> > What could we do as part of the workshop / hackfest?
> > We discussed security in the context of security bug triaging, but it
> > was thought to be too involved a process for a newcomer (i.e. newcomer
> > to the world of security bugs) to come and contribute. What in
> > security could be a low-hanging-fruit kind of a thing where we
> > introduce concepts to a general audience, and then move on to more
> > advanced topics, while keeping contributions flowing (i.e. not
> > armchair FAD participations, but real participations)?
> Right, so in the end it really depends on the the target audience we get
> (sp. contributors from outside Red Hat etc and this is really applicable
> to any topic/talk/hackfest)
> One suggestion would be, we wait till a X date, look at the contributor
> level/interest and then cater our agenda to that, or even ask them what
> they are interested in?
The idea is to keep involvement in Fedora going from the region, and
we have several people who are experts in a few areas, so benefit from
Of course, it will also depend on the contributors who turn up and who
are interested. Let's get it started and see how it goes, I suppose.
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