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== Communication and getting help ==
== Communication and getting help ==

* '''Documentation''' is available at []. Its sources reside in a [ pagure repository].
Please refer to the [ project documentation here].
* We maintain a '''repository for housekeeping''' on [ here].
* We have our '''mailing list''' here: {{fplist|neurofedora}}. Feel free to ask any questions there. (A private mailing list for Bugzilla notifications is at {{fplist|neuro-sig}} and is limited to NeuroFedora package maintainers.)
* We also hang out on '''irc''' at '''{{fpchat|#fedora-neuro}}'''.
* We also have a '''Telegram''' supergroup here:
* One can also get help on [ Ask Fedora] and use the "Troubleshooting > Software > NeuroFedora" category to mark questions ([ Current list of questions]).
* Updates on NeuroFedora are currently announced [ here].
* We have our [ organisation on Github], although we mainly use our [ Pagure organisation].

= Artwork =
= Artwork =

Revision as of 15:39, 15 February 2021

NeuroFedora SIG


The NeuroFedora SIG's goal is to provide neuroscience researchers (and enthusiasts!) a strong, easy to use, ready-made FOSS platform for their work.

The first step towards this objective is to package as many of the tools that neuroscientists use to make them available in Fedora.

(A self-contained change request proposed by this SIG in the past is detailed here)

Communication and getting help

Please refer to the project documentation here.


Terezahl made us some awesome artwork for use in various locations, such as the website, and other posts (and T-shirts?!). These live on their own page here: SIGs/NeuroFedora/Artwork.

Who we are

NeuroFedora was founded by Morgan Hough (mhough) <> and Igor Gnatenko (ignatenkobrain) <>.

It is currently maintained by members of the neuro-sig.

Join us!

We encourage everyone to join the group. We're more than happy to help new members learn the skills required to participate in the project. Please contact us using the methods outlined above.

Since we use infrastructure provided by the Fedora community, one must have a Fedora account to access it. It can be created here.

There is no formal process for participating. Simply apply to the Neuro-sig FAS group to gain access to the package set. While one is required to already be a package maintainer to join the group, we're happy to help you learn packaging and join the package maintainers group by co-maintain packages with us.


We shall have them, and see how it goes.


Suggest more software!
Please use this form to suggest more software for inclusion in NeuroFedora.

Adding new software

When submitting a new neuro-related package for review, please add "Blocks: fedora-neuro" to your review-request.

When the package is approved. please modify the settings of the package on and give the neuro-sig group commit rights so that we can help maintain the whole package set.