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Mailing Lists

Note: Membership to the "tech", "community", and "announcements" lists can be requested by going to the "archives" link.

Slack

There is a Fedora Slack team that is used for discussion, questions, announcements, etc. Anyone can create a new channel within the Fedora Slack team once they have registered for an account.

Slack team: https://fedora-project.slack.com

Joining a Slack team requires an invitation, but anyone can generate an automatic invite using the following form: http://slack.fcrepo.org/

A tutorial can be found at https://fedora-project.slack.com/getting-started. Slack has clients for Mac, PC, Linux, and mobile devices, and may be used via any web browser.

IRC

The community has transitioned to Slack as the primary communications platform. You are more likely to get a response using Slack rather than IRC.


Server: chat.freenode.net
Channel: #fcrepo

Most of the daily conversation among Fedora Repository developers and engaged and/or lurking community members takes place on the project IRC channel. This is the quickest way to ask a specific question related to the Fedora Repository.
The logs of this IRC channel are maintained here: http://irclogs.fcrepo.org/

Meetings

The Fedora project has several regular, on-going meeting series. The following meetings all take place via voice or video/voice channels. The developer/community meeting details can be found here.

Calendar of Fedora events (iCal)

  • Weekly technical meeting
  • Monthly Steering Group meeting
  • Monthly Leadership Group meeting

Project Resources

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