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Many Fedora projects and groups use the '''[http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=#fedora-meeting #fedora-meeting]''' IRC channel on irc.freenode.net for their regular meetings. That makes it easy for people that are not part of the groups that is meeting to get involved with them or at least keep track of what they are doing.  This page lists keeps track of the times an dates for regular meetings, so other groups know when there is a free time slot available.
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Many Fedora projects and groups use three [[How to use IRC|IRC channels]] on irc.freenode.net for their regular meetings. This makes it easy for people to find and attend meetings of interest, join groups, and follow what other groups are doing.
  
{{Admon/important | Meetings are often logged | Please note that the meetings in #fedora-meeting normally get logged and the log often uploaded to public places (like this wiki or a mailing list) afterwards.}}
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{{Admon/important | Meetings are often logged | Please note that the meetings in IRC channels are normally logged and the logs are often uploaded to [https://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/ public places] (like this wiki or a mailing list) afterwards.}}
{{Admon/important | Also use Fedocal | Please add your meeting also to [https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/ Fedocal].}}
 
There are no general formal meeting rules -- but some of the groups have rules or guidelines like the [[Extras/Schedule/MeetingGuidelines|  FESCo meetings guidelines]] . Normally you are free to speak in meetings of all groups, but please stick to the topic and help make sure that the meeting is productive.
 
  
There is an IRC bot in channel to assist you with meeting summary and logging. You can learn more about it at: [http://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot MeetBot]
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There are no formal meeting rules -- but some of groups have rules or guidelines like the [[Development/Schedule/MeetingGuidelines|FESCo meetings guidelines]]. Normally you are free to speak in meetings of all groups, but please stick to the topic and help make sure that your comments help make the meeting is productive.
  
Summaries and logs from past meetings can be found at [https://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/ http://meetbot.fedoraproject.org]
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There is a [https://wiki.debian.org/MeetBot Meetbot IRC bot] in every channel to assist with meeting summaries and logging. The summaries and logs of past meetings can be found at the [https://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/ Fedoraproject Meetbot page].
  
Hint: You can use an [http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html online time calculator] to convert from UTC to your local time zone or back,
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Additional meetings functions are provided by [[Zodbot]].
or look at 'date -u' in a local terminal to see what your current UTC time is.
 
  
See [[How to use IRC]] for information on getting connected.
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== Meetings and Locations ==
  
== Time table ==
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Most groups maintain a [https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/ calendar] of their meetings.  This calendar will tell you in which channel the meeting will take place.
  
(There used to be a time table here, but it became horribly out of date. Please use:
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Generally, meetings take place in one of the three fedora-meeting channels, {{fpchat|#fedora-meeting}}, {{fpchat|#fedora-meeting-1}} and {{fpchat|#fedora-meeting-2}}.  However, there is no requirement that a meeting take place in these channels.  Many ad-hoc or one-time meetings take place in other channels.
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The time table for the meeting channels can be found in the Fedora calendar application:
  
* https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/location/fedora-meeting%40irc.freenode.net/
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* [https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/location/fedora-meeting%40irc.freenode.net/ #fedora-meeting]
* https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/location/fedora-meeting-1%40irc.freenode.net/
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* [https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/location/fedora-meeting-1%40irc.freenode.net/ #fedora-meeting-1]
* https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/location/fedora-meeting-2%40irc.freenode.net/
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* [https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/location/fedora-meeting-2%40irc.freenode.net/ #fedora-meeting-2]
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* [https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/location/fedora-meeting-3%40irc.freenode.net/ #fedora-meeting-3]
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* [https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/location/fedora-meeting-4%40irc.freenode.net/ #fedora-meeting-4]
  
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== Guide to meetings ==
  
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Need to run some meetings of your own and have no idea where to start? Read the [[Meeting:Guide|guide to IRC meetings]] to learn tips for running a meeting and what all the commands are.
  
== Meetings Outside of this Channel ==
 
Sometimes groups meet out side of these channels.  Those meetings don't conflict with the use of the channel so they're not placed in this table but it can be good to know when they take place in case you need to have the same people involved in your meeting as well.
 
 
* [[:Category:Board_meetings#Meeting_Schedule Board Meetings]]
 
 
== Footnotes ==
 
<references/>
 
  
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[[Category:Communicate]]
 
[[Category:Communicate]]

Latest revision as of 22:30, 31 August 2018

Many Fedora projects and groups use three IRC channels on irc.freenode.net for their regular meetings. This makes it easy for people to find and attend meetings of interest, join groups, and follow what other groups are doing.

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Meetings are often logged
Please note that the meetings in IRC channels are normally logged and the logs are often uploaded to public places (like this wiki or a mailing list) afterwards.

There are no formal meeting rules -- but some of groups have rules or guidelines like the FESCo meetings guidelines. Normally you are free to speak in meetings of all groups, but please stick to the topic and help make sure that your comments help make the meeting is productive.

There is a Meetbot IRC bot in every channel to assist with meeting summaries and logging. The summaries and logs of past meetings can be found at the Fedoraproject Meetbot page.

Additional meetings functions are provided by Zodbot.

Meetings and Locations

Most groups maintain a calendar of their meetings. This calendar will tell you in which channel the meeting will take place.

Generally, meetings take place in one of the three fedora-meeting channels, #fedora-meeting[?], #fedora-meeting-1[?] and #fedora-meeting-2[?]. However, there is no requirement that a meeting take place in these channels. Many ad-hoc or one-time meetings take place in other channels.

The time table for the meeting channels can be found in the Fedora calendar application:

Guide to meetings

Need to run some meetings of your own and have no idea where to start? Read the guide to IRC meetings to learn tips for running a meeting and what all the commands are.