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= Fedora Engineering =
 
 
 
== What we are ==
 
== What we are ==
  
Fedora Engineering is the division within Red Hat who is responsible for:
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Community Platform Engineering is a team within Red Hat that has the following mission:
  
* Employing people full time (at Red Hat) to improve Fedora
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The Community Platform Engineering Team are responsible for the infrastructure and services that support artifact building and the compose and release of Fedora and CentOS platform deliverables, including:
* Maintain, deploy, and improve Fedora's Infrastructure and Web Applications
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* Hosting, automating, monitoring and maintaining infrastructure components
* Package, update, and bug fix Fedora's version of the Linux Kernel
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* Service monitoring and lifecycle management of services hosted within our infrastructure
* Ensuring an open line of communication between Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux efforts
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* Feature development for infrastructure-related initiatives
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* Tooling to enable all of the above
  
Please note: Our job is to work on projects to improve the state of the Fedora Universe, but we are not here to replace the larger Fedora community. In all of our efforts, we strive to work tightly with the Fedora Community (both those inside and outside of Red Hat).
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Please note: Our job is to work on projects to improve the state of the Fedora universe, but we are not here to replace the larger Fedora community. In all of our efforts, we strive to work tightly as part of the Fedora community (both those inside and outside of Red Hat).
  
Also noteworthy: There are some people who work full-time on Fedora for Red Hat but are not part of the Fedora Engineering division. There are also lots of Red Hat people who work on Fedora in addition to efforts such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and upstream projects, but work for other groups within Red Hat.
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Also noteworthy: There are some people who work full-time on Fedora for Red Hat but are not part of the Community Platform Engineering team per se. There are also lots of Red Hat people who work on Fedora in addition to efforts such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and upstream projects, but work for other groups within Red Hat.
  
 
== Who we are ==
 
== Who we are ==
The Fedora Engineering team is managed by [[User:Pfrields | Paul W. Frields]]. This team categorization is here only for generalization, members of these teams often overlap in duties, responsibilities, and projects.
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The Community Platform Engineering team is managed by [[User:lgriffin | Leigh Griffin]]. The team categories below are for simplicity's sake, since these team members' work often overlaps.
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=== Infrastructure Administration Team ===
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* [[User:Nirik | Kevin Fenzi (team lead)]]
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* [[User:Smooge | Stephen Smoogen]]
  
=== Design and User Experience Team ===
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=== Infrastructure Applications Team ===
* [[User:Duffy | Máirín Duffy]]
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* [[User:Pingou | Pierre-Yves Chibon (team lead)]]
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* [[User:Abompard | Aurélien Bompard]]
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* [[User:zlopez | Michal Konečný]]
 
* [[User:Ryanlerch | Ryan Lerch]]
 
* [[User:Ryanlerch | Ryan Lerch]]
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* [[User:Scoady | Stephen Coady]]
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* [[User:Asaleh | Adam Saleh]]
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* [[User:Nphilipp | Nils Philippsen]]
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* [[User:Mobrien | Mark O'Brien]]
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* [[User: siddharthvipul1 | Vipul Siddharth]]
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=== Documentation ===
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* [[User:pbokoc|Petr Bokoč (lead)]]
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=== Product Owner ===
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* [[User:amoloney|Aoife Moloney]]
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=== Release Engineering ===
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* [[User:Mohanboddu | Mohan Boddu]]
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* [[User:Humaton | Tomáš Hrčka]]
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=== Other related team members ===
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The following people, while not part of the Community Platform Engineering team, do work on Fedora in other areas:
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==== Design and User Experience ====
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These team members report to [[User:Pfrields|Paul Frields]].
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* [[User:Duffy | Máirín Duffy (team lead)]]
  
=== Kernel Team ===
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==== Kernel ====
* [[User:Jwboyer | Josh Boyer (team lead)]]
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These team members report to [[User:Sbueno|Samantha Bueno]].
 
* [[User:Jforbes | Justin Forbes]]
 
* [[User:Jforbes | Justin Forbes]]
* [[User:Davej | Dave Jones]]
 
  
=== Infrastructure Administration ===
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== What We're Doing ==
* [[User:Nirik | Kevin Fenzi (team lead)]]
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* [[User:Smooge | Stephen Smoogen]]
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Our Requirements page can be found here: [[Community_Platform_Engineering/Requirements]]
* [[User:Codeblock | Ricky Elrod (part-time)]]
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This will track upcoming Requirements and is a work in progress
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Our FY18 plan can be found here: [[Fedora_Engineering/FY18_Plan]]
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Our FY17 plan can be found here: [[Fedora_Engineering/FY17_Plan]]
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=== Older plans ===
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Our FY16 plan can be found here: [[Fedora_Engineering/FY16_Plan]]
  
=== Web Apps Team ===
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Our FY15 plan can be found here: [[Fedora_Engineering/FY15_Plan]]
* [[User:Ralph | Ralph Bean]]
 
* [[User:Abompard | Aurélien Bompard]]
 
* [[User:Pingou | Pierre-Yves Chibon]]
 
* [[User:Toshio | Toshio Kuratomi]]
 
* [[User:Lmacken | Luke Macken]]
 
* [[User:Ianweller | Ian Weller (part-time)]]
 
  
== What We're Doing ==
 
 
Our FY14 plan can be found here: [[Fedora_Engineering/FY14_Plan]]
 
Our FY14 plan can be found here: [[Fedora_Engineering/FY14_Plan]]

Latest revision as of 15:31, 6 October 2020

What we are

Community Platform Engineering is a team within Red Hat that has the following mission:

The Community Platform Engineering Team are responsible for the infrastructure and services that support artifact building and the compose and release of Fedora and CentOS platform deliverables, including:

  • Hosting, automating, monitoring and maintaining infrastructure components
  • Service monitoring and lifecycle management of services hosted within our infrastructure
  • Feature development for infrastructure-related initiatives
  • Tooling to enable all of the above

Please note: Our job is to work on projects to improve the state of the Fedora universe, but we are not here to replace the larger Fedora community. In all of our efforts, we strive to work tightly as part of the Fedora community (both those inside and outside of Red Hat).

Also noteworthy: There are some people who work full-time on Fedora for Red Hat but are not part of the Community Platform Engineering team per se. There are also lots of Red Hat people who work on Fedora in addition to efforts such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and upstream projects, but work for other groups within Red Hat.

Who we are

The Community Platform Engineering team is managed by Leigh Griffin. The team categories below are for simplicity's sake, since these team members' work often overlaps.

Infrastructure Administration Team

Infrastructure Applications Team

Documentation

Product Owner

Release Engineering

Other related team members

The following people, while not part of the Community Platform Engineering team, do work on Fedora in other areas:

Design and User Experience

These team members report to Paul Frields.

Kernel

These team members report to Samantha Bueno.

What We're Doing

Our Requirements page can be found here: Community_Platform_Engineering/Requirements This will track upcoming Requirements and is a work in progress

Our FY18 plan can be found here: Fedora_Engineering/FY18_Plan

Our FY17 plan can be found here: Fedora_Engineering/FY17_Plan

Older plans

Our FY16 plan can be found here: Fedora_Engineering/FY16_Plan

Our FY15 plan can be found here: Fedora_Engineering/FY15_Plan

Our FY14 plan can be found here: Fedora_Engineering/FY14_Plan