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* [[User:ncoghlan|Nick Coghlan]] - Fedora Environments & Stacks member, CPython core developer involved in Python packaging initiatives. I want to help improve the Python upstream -> Fedora downstream redistribution pipeline.
 
* [[User:ncoghlan|Nick Coghlan]] - Fedora Environments & Stacks member, CPython core developer involved in Python packaging initiatives. I want to help improve the Python upstream -> Fedora downstream redistribution pipeline.
 
* [[User:harald|Harald Hoyer]] - Former Base Working Group member -> Helping out to form the Base module with the knowledge gained in the Base WG.
 
* [[User:harald|Harald Hoyer]] - Former Base Working Group member -> Helping out to form the Base module with the knowledge gained in the Base WG.
* [[User::psabata|Petr Šabata]] -- Packager, packaging sponsor, Perl hacker.  I want to participate in defining the, hopefully successful, future of Fedora and make sure it all makes sense.
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* [[User:psabata|Petr Šabata]] -- Packager, packaging sponsor, Perl hacker.  I want to participate in defining the, hopefully successful, future of Fedora and make sure it all makes sense.
  
 
* [[User:fas-username|real-name]] - < some remarks about your background />. < why modularity is interesting for you or what you hope to accomplish />.
 
* [[User:fas-username|real-name]] - < some remarks about your background />. < why modularity is interesting for you or what you hope to accomplish />.

Revision as of 08:03, 21 March 2016

Working Group Self-Nominations

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Nomination period
Nominations will close on April 18, 2016 00:00 UTC. If you want to self-nominate, please have your name entered below before that time.

To volunteer to serve on the Fedora Modularity Working Group, simply add yourself below, along with a brief description of your current involvement with Fedora and plans for participation in this group. Note that this will be a highly technical working group. We're looking particularly (but not exclusively) for representation from the previous Environments & Stacks and Base WGs, Release Engineering, Infrastructure, Quality Assurance, and the Security Team.

See the the devel-list annoucement and Objectives/Fedora Modularization, Prototype Phase for background on what this is all about.


  • Langdon White - Fedora Council member, Modularity Objective Lead, application developer, architect, manager, etc. I want to make Fedora more welcoming and usable by separating the lifecycles of applications from the OS.
  • Josh Boyer - Fedora Council and FESCo member, general Fedora nosy person. I want to make sure Langdon doesn't break Fedora completely. More seriously, I want to make sure modularity is usable and useful outside of just composing the OS itself.
  • Mike DePaulo - Packager & ambassador. SysAdmin by day. I like having the freedom to install any version of any application I want. That may not be 100% achievable, but I am passionate about working towards that goal.
  • Chaoyi Zha - Developer on Infrastructure team, packager, ambassador. I want to help make Fedora more welcoming and customizable for a wider range of users.
  • Nick Coghlan - Fedora Environments & Stacks member, CPython core developer involved in Python packaging initiatives. I want to help improve the Python upstream -> Fedora downstream redistribution pipeline.
  • Harald Hoyer - Former Base Working Group member -> Helping out to form the Base module with the knowledge gained in the Base WG.
  • Petr Šabata -- Packager, packaging sponsor, Perl hacker. I want to participate in defining the, hopefully successful, future of Fedora and make sure it all makes sense.
  • real-name - < some remarks about your background />. < why modularity is interesting for you or what you hope to accomplish />.