Brainstorming Session for Fedora Community 2.0 - Monday August 3, 2009 - 1500 UTC

Tom "spot" Callaway tcallawa at
Tue Jul 28 21:25:05 UTC 2009

For those of you who haven't no idea what "Fedora Community" is, its our
newest Fedora web application, providing a window into the Fedora
distribution, and leveraging the power of Fedora's Account System,
Bodhi, Bugzilla, Koji, and PackageDB into a single user-friendly
website. It is built entirely with Free Software, such as Moksha and
Turbogears 2. Fedora Community is designed to simplify Fedora workflows
and bring transparency to Fedora processes:

What you see on that URL is our 1.0 milestone, but we already have lots
of ideas on improvements and new functionality that we'd like to develop
for our 2.0 release. So, we're going to have a public brainstorming
session on Monday, August 3rd, 2009:

* The session will be held at 1500 UTC (11 AM Eastern)

(In addition, if there are enough interested international folks who
cannot attend the session due to their timezone, please let me know, and
we will try to schedule a future session that works for you)

We're going to use a variety of ways to be involved:

* IRC: #moksha on (we'll be watching and taking
questions from the channel)
* Gobby: We're going to keep our notes in Gobby, an open source
collaboration tool.
The name of our document is "Fedora Community Brainstorm", see for information on
how to connect
* Telephone: This is where we'll be doing the talking.
US Toll-Free: 800-451-8679
Conference Code: 22717 79826
(If you need an international dial-in number, please email me with your
country, and I may be able to provide it.)
Please be kind and mute your line if you're not asking a question. If
the noise on the call becomes unbearable, I will mute everyone. :)

Questions about the meeting? Email me. Questions about Fedora Community
2.0? Come to the brainstorming session! Can't make it to the session and
want to suggest something? Login to Gobby and add it to our notes before
the session.


Tom "spot" Callaway, Fedora Community Cat Herder

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