Note: Membership to the "tech", "community", and "announcements" lists can be requested by going to the "archives" link.
- Tech list - firstname.lastname@example.org
This list is for technical discussions related to the Fedora Repository. Topics include those initiated by Fedora software committers and others who have questions related to the codebase, design, and implementation details.
- Community list - email@example.com
This list is for community discussions related to the Fedora Repository. Topics include those initiated by Fedora Repository users and those interested in learning more about the Fedora project and platform. Community queries related to use, configuration, and experiences are found here.
- Announcements list - firstname.lastname@example.org
This list is for announcements related to the Fedora Repository. There are not topics on this list, but rather top-level announcements related to the Fedora Repository, such as release notices, upcoming events, or community highlights. Messages that are posted to this list come only from the Fedora project team and are also posted to the other lists. This list is ideal for those who only want the top-level announcements related to the Fedora Repository.
- Leadership list - email@example.com
This list is for Fedora Advisory Group members. Fedora Advisors are representatives of institutions that have contributed to the top two tiers of Fedora Sponsorship or have committed at least half a developer FTE to the project. The members of the Advisory team can be found here.
- Steering list - firstname.lastname@example.org
This list is for the Steering Committee of the Fedora Repository. Currently members are from the founding group of "Fedora Futures" (now Fedora 4) stakeholders. The members of the Steering Committee can be found here.
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.
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