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Fedora Board Recap 2008-MAR-04



http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Board/Meetings/2008-03-04 (including full IRC transcript)

== Roll Call ==

Attendees: Paul Frields, Steve Dickson, Bill Nottingham, Chris Aillon, Matt Domsch, Jef Spaleta, Karsten Wade, Bob McWirther, Dennis Gilmore, Seth Vidal, John Poelstra, Everyone on #fedora-board-meeting

== Followup to Previous Business ==

=== Secondary Arch Hosting (2008-02-19) ===
 * Can Fedora host binaries for secondary architectures?
   * Change from original proposal
 * makes it easier to get new mirrors and use mirror manager
* DECISION: board approves of Fedora hosting binaries for secondary architectures
 * '''FOLLOWUP 2008-02-26'''
   * Infrastructure group raising issue with lack of space
* Are distribution methods a concern for growing secondary architectures?
   * OWNERS: Seth and Matt; Spot also assisting
* ACTIONS: reach out to existing relationships and pursue storage opportunities
   * '''FOLLOWUP 2008-03-04'''
     * Seth to do more followup with BU--potentially 150G
     * Spot reports 450G from HP
     * Check back on 2008-03-18

=== Post-release updates of custom spins (2008-01-29) ===
 * Should the board have to approve them?
 * We will hosts as many spins as we have space for
 * Need to determine the hosting requirements and limits
 * How long will spins stay around?
 * http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/RahulSundaram/SpinsProcess
 * ACTION: Jef to review Rahul's proposal and report back to board
 * OWNER: Jef Spaleta
 * '''FOLLOWUP on 2008-02-12'''
* Jef is waiting for feedback from Jeremy Katz on release engineering's perspective * Reference: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/ReleaseEngineering/Meetings/2008-feb-11 * People are still not clear on exactly what is required to create an official "Fedora Spin" * Need a clear list of guidelines of what a spin owner is responsible for and what they are required to test * Hoping a test will come from Jeremy Katz as part of feedback from release engineering * We are only talking about spins that use GA packages, thus testing for GA should have given us enough comfort that risk is minimized * We only need to be concerned with new combination of packages that a spin would present
   * ACTIONS & OWNERS:
* Paul Frields--followup with Fedora Release Engineering and QA contingent to discuss testing requirements * Jef Spaleta to formulate specific guidelines for review prior to or at next board meeting (dependent on feedback from release engineering)
  * '''FOLLOWUP on 2008-02-19'''
* Crux of issue right now is figuring out exactly what input release engineering is supposed to be giving
    * Jef will have a writeup to the board by next meeting
* Paul will be at the Red Hat office in Westford, MA next week and can sit down and work out any of the remaining details with Jeremy, Jesse, Will, etc.
    * '''FOLLOWUP on 2008-02-26'''
* releng has created http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/JeremyKatz/SpinChecklist
      * Jef has input from Rahul and plans to start writing a draft
      * '''FOLLOWUP on 2008-03-04'''
* Jef posting proposal to fedora-advisory-board-list: https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-advisory-board/2008-March/msg00004.html

== New Business ==
 * Q&A with Fedora Board on IRC
 * Will attempt to have one public meeting per month

=== Questions & Answers ===
 a. GPL compliance for event media 14:34
 a. Swag with Fedora trademark (logo) 4:43
 a. Non-RHT people for RHT appointed board seats
 a. Presto in Fedora 9
 a. LWN Subscription status
 a. OLPC and Fedora relationship
 a. FUDCon 10 and future FUDCons

== Next Meeting ==
 * Permanent meeting time and day until further notice
 * TIME: 14:00 EST (19:00 UTC)
 * DATE: Tuesday, 2008-03-11


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