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- From: Greg DeKoenigsberg <gdk redhat com>
- To: Discussion related to Fedora Extras <fedora-extras-list redhat com>
- Subject: Fedora SIGs
- Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 09:51:16 -0500 (EST)
"Action: Create SIGs (Special Interest Groups). Which ones? Good question.
Ignacio already started a bit of work at
http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Extras/SIGs Current groups: GNOME, KDE,
Multimedia, Perl, Python, Ruby, Scientific and Technical, Server Tools,
ppc, x86-64. Do we need more? Input needed!"
We talked a lot about this at FUDCon Delhi last week. Specifically, a lot
of talking about building relationships between SIGs like these and the
Fedora Mentors project.
Good stuff. Keep going.
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On Sun, 5 Feb 2006, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> Find below a summary from the last FESCo meeting. Full log and this
> summary in a prettier format is available from:
> The Agenda, often with links to some more detailed background on the
> topics is found at
> * Cleanup the Schedule from non-extras tasks
> Discussed some items and removed them. FC5 naming is still there:
> Sopwith> | And the naming thing just needs someone to adopt it.
> thl> | Sopwith, who is someone?
> f13> | thl: could be someone interested, however somebody at red hat will still have to get it pushed through legal.
> Sopwith> | thl: I'm writing an e-mail to jkeating right now - he's the one that'll have to make it happen...
> f13> | Sopwith: thanks.
> f13> | Sopwith: I'll make it happen
> * Mass Rebuild of FE5
> We still can't start yet, need to wait for another rebuild in core
> * EOL Policy for FE
> The current plan found at
> http://www.fedoraproject.org/wiki/Extras/Schedule/EolPolicy is this:
> This is a rough draft of what to do about Extras when a Fedora release
> goes EOL.
> When a Fedora Core release reaches End of Life (such as Fedora Core 3
> will once Fedora Core 5 Test 2 is released), the corresponding release
> of Fedora Extras well enter a Maintenance state. In this state
> maintainers will be allowed to issue updates to existing packages, but
> no new packages can be introduced. Maintainers are strongly urged to
> only issue severe bugfix or security fixes. New software versions
> should be avoided except when necessary for resolving issues with the
> the current version. At this point there is no plan to close a release
> of Fedora Extras, preventing any further package releases.
> While the Fedora Core release will be transferred to the Fedora Legacy
> project, Fedora Legacy will not be responsible for maintaining Fedora
> Extras. We feel it is better for the current package maintainer to
> continue handling package releases for the Fedora Extras release that is
> in maintenance state.
> Speak up now or this will be policy soon.
> * Encourage Extras reviews
> Current state: 134 Bugs in the new state, 54 under review -- some for a
> very long time already!
> Action: Create SIGs (Special Interest Groups). Which ones? Good
> question. Ignacio already started a bit of work at
> Current groups: GNOME, KDE, Multimedia, Perl, Python, Ruby, Scientific
> and Technical, Server Tools, ppc, x86-64. Do we need more? Input
> Action: Review days (general or specific to the SIGs) may help getting
> stuff reviewed -- somebody needs to work out the details.
> Help-Needed -- interested to work in one of the SIGs? Add yourself to
> the wiki-pages!
> Undecided: Maybe separate mailing-lists for the SIGs
> Undecided: How to track the bugs for the SIGs? Tracker-BUGs? Wiki?
> * Broken deps report
> mschwendt has a handy script that does most things automatic. Should
> run in the future with every extras push. mschwendt will send the
> current proposal to fedora-extras-list for futher discussion and put the
> script in a public place.
> * JesseKeating wants to remove himself from FESCo
> "I was on FESCO mostly because of Legacy, which is its own project now.
> I rarely have anything to do w/ FESCO and it doesn't make sense for me
> to be trying ot make decisions for hte project."
> We didn't let him go for now :-)
> Okay, now seriously: We need to work out the details who is in FESCo,
> why, how to get in, how to get out, when people are thrown out to make
> space for more active people, how many people should be in FESCo in
> general, how the chair gets elected and similar stuff. Opinions?
> * We should discuss more topics on mailing-lists
> Some discussion in FESCo were done on the private FESCo-Mailinglist. We
> should avoid this in the future as much as possible and discuss
> everything on fedora-extras-list directly.
> We also should discuss less in the FESCo meetings on IRC and more on
> the lists where everyone can participate.
> BTW, sorry for the delay, I didn't find time earlier to write this
> Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora leemhuis info>
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