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The name of the post will be composed by the string "Fedora Classroom" followed by the name of the session, by example:
- Fedora Classroom: Containers 101 with Podman
- Fedora Classroom: Fedora Modularity 101
- Fedora Classroom Session: Ansible 101/102
> Fedora Classroom sessions continue next week with a session on $TOPIC. The general schedule for sessions appears on the wiki. You can also find resources and recordings from previous sessions there. Here are details about this week’s session on ($WEEKDAY, $MONTH $DAYNUMBER at $HOUR UTC). That link allows you to convert the time to your timezone.
Previous classroom sessions can be found here. These include links to recordings or other instructing material that instructors have made available.
Request a class
If there is something you'd like to see during Fedora-Classroom sessions get in touch with the wranglers and we'll try to make it happen. If you can request someone to teach the session, that'll be even better!
Please file a ticket on our Pagure project with the tags "classroom" and "idea" and we'll look into it.
Badges for instructors
Community members that instruct sessions earn badges! These are awarded automatically for sessions that are held in . For sessions that are held on other platforms, a ticket must be filed to award the badge manually.
Communicating with us
If you would like to help out the Fedora Classroom effort, we are currently looking for assistance in several areas. Please see the Classroom Help Wanted page for descriptions various roles:
A checklist to of tasks that need to be done can be found here.
Current list of volunteers
Please add yourself to the list so we can all keep each other in the loop!
- Sachin S. Kamath,
- Geoffery Marr
- Vipul Siddharth
- Eduard Lucena
- Corey Sheldon 'linuxmodder',
- Ankur Sinha 'FranciscoD'
- Fabrizio Pasqualin
- Ompragash Viswanathan
The purpose of the classroom is to provide instruction on a specific topic. As such, it is beneficial for classroom sessions to adhere to a certain standard. Please try to adhere to the following during sessions:
- Keep in mind that classroom sessions may be logged
- Adhere to teacher instructions regarding questions and input
- Avoid unnecessary actions, nick changes and away messages
- Avoid off-topic conversation
The point is to help maintain a classroom environment that promotes learning while avoiding extraneous content.
Teaching a class
If you would like to teach a class on any Fedora related topic, please mail an introduction of yourself and outline of your proposed class to the classroom mailing list. Some things to keep in mind:
- We recommend sessions be approximately 90 minutes This allows for an hour long session and enough time for questions and answers.
- Make sure you know your subject and know where to point students who wish more detailed information.
- Note at the beginning of your class if you would like students to ask questions as you go, or would prefer them to wait until the end.
- Remember that typing is slower than talking in front of a class or speaking on a phone call, so keep in mind you will not cover as much on IRC.
- All teacher notes and class resources should be licensed as "CC 4.0 unported international license"
(Note: Check out The World Clock Meeting Planner for time zone syncing.)
This is a list of the previous Fedora Classroom sessions. Each session includes links to minutes and full logs.
Classroom sessions for the years: