You are kindly invited to the meeting:
Mass updates and reboots on 2019-02-26 from 00:00:00 to 00:00:00 UTC
The meeting will be about:
This is the tentative planned time for updating and rebooting various parts of the Fedora Infrastructure.
We recently announced  that with upcoming FCOS, last major release of
Fedora Atomic Host is Fedora 29. This patch (avilable in email attachment)
contains changes in bodhi pungi config to build Fedora Atomic related
content only till F29. Also, we shouldn't be needing robosignatory signing
for Atomic Host rawhide refs.
The latest release of MirrorManager2 is still in updates-testing. I did
not want to push this version to updates-released because this is the
first Python3 based released.
Could someone test the version from updates-testing? Update the
mirrorlist container and test it on one of the proxies?
In the interests of reducing our app load, I'm checking out possible
replacements for our elections app. One of the candidates is Helios,
which would apparently require me providing a CSV of eligible voters
for each election. Do we have a programmatic way of getting email
addresses out of FAS for different queries? For example, for some
elections, we might want the cla_fpca group, while other elections may
require cla_fpca+1 and others may require a specific group.
If that functionality doesn't exist, what does the effort to add it look like?
Fedora Program Manager
I first came across Fedora back in 2016. I was introduced to Fedora in my Linux course. I have been interested in computer technologies for nearly have my life, and I've done web development, as well as an internship with a software development company.
My programming skills varies. I started with Java back in 2008, and then Python 2014. I took a hiatus for about two weeks, and then I took C++ course. I started web developing in 2015 and have been active since then, but no real steady work, like work experience with a company. About 2016-2017, I started looking at projects that I can contribute, because I want to learn the ins and outs of Linux and how it works. I tested out different variants of linux distros, and I ended with Gentoo, Fedora and Ubuntu.
I do not have any certifications at the moment, but I am aiming for one of the pentest certification and as well as several Linux certifications from LPI. I want to go into a DevOps role, and I would like to learn more about how it all works.
Thank you for taking the time to reply my introduction.
My name is Joey, and I'm excited to contribute to the Fedora Project. I'm located in Ohio (UTC -5) and my irc handle is armnhmr.
I recently obtained my RHCSA, and will graduate with a BS in IT this Spring. I'm very interested in systems administration, and have some experience with networking, virtualization, bash, and python. I'm reading through the System Administrator guide and open tickets to see where I can help out.