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=== Upcoming Classes (Tentative) ===
 
=== Upcoming Classes (Tentative) ===

Revision as of 16:37, 11 December 2008

We are organizing a weekend long list of events focusing on tools and applications in and around Fedora. All classes will be held in irc @ #fedora-classroom in irc.freenode.net. If you are not familiar with irc, see the Fedora IRC HowTo .

Have a look at the list below, if there is not a session, you'd like to see, please suggest it and we'll do our best to accommodate the request.

The Current Timeline

No classes are scheduled in January because FUDCon F11 North America should fill that gap.

Pick a time you would like to present and add your name to the list. We'll contact you the day before so leave your contact information as well.

Sessions are approximately 1 hour with a 15 minute break between.

(Note: Check out The World Clock Meeting Planner for timezone syncing.)

Time (UTC) February 7 February 8
4:00 UTC Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions
4:15 UTC Editing the wiki (the right way) - Ian Weller A great class goes here
5:30 UTC A great class goes here A great class goes here
6:45 UTC A great class goes here A great class goes here
8:00 UTC A great class goes here Fedora Classroom Wrap-up Session

Suggest a Class

If there is something you'd like to see during Fedora-Classroom sessions, let us know below

  • Beginner's Guide to SystemTap
  • A short introduction to Bug Triaging (with some examples of untriaged bugs)
  • Testing/QA of the Fedora Desktop
  • Replace me with a suggestion.
  • Into to Package Management (Add/Remove/Update software)

Upcoming Classes (Tentative)

If you can't make the current classes, these might be a good match for you, the times and dates are different and so will the classes. If you wish to present a class and the above list is full, add your name here and the class you'd like to teach.

Time (UTC) March 7 March 8
18:00 UTC Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions
18:15 UTC A great class goes here A great class goes here
19:30 UTC A great class goes here A great class goes here
20:45 UTC A great class goes here A great class goes here
22:00 UTC A great class goes here Fedora Classroom Wrap-up Session

Classroom Archive

This is the archive of the past Fedora Classroom sessions.

Time (UTC) December 6 December 7
12:00 UTC Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions - Kevin Fenzi Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions - Kevin Fenzi
12:15 UTC Training & Tips for Fedora Ambassadors -- MaxSpevack Making text exquisite, worldwide — packaging fonts in FedoraNicolas Mailhot
13:30 UTC Intro to Bug Triage Jon Stanley How to wow your friends with awesome Gimp tricks! Máirín Duffy
14:45 UTC KDE4 for KDE3 users - Kevin Kofler, Rex Dieter A great class goes here
16:00 UTC Creating Logical Volumes - Clint Savage Fedora Classroom Wrap-up Session
Time (UTC) November 8 November 9
20:00 UTC Clint Savage - SELinux Basics Kevin Fenzi - Firewall Basics
21:00 UTC Jon Stanley - An introduction to Bugzilla Jeroen van Meeuwen - Creating a Fedora Remix
22:00 UTC Paul W. Frields - Beginner's guide to getting involved No class scheduled
23:00 UTC Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams - Package Taxonomy and Techniques Jeroen van Meeuwen - Configuration Management using Puppet