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If you are interested in participating, please add yourself below, or mail [mailto:otaylor@redhat.com otaylor@redhat.com]. One possible meeting time would be opposite weeks from the [https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/meeting/6411/ Workstation Working Group meeting] at 13:00 UTC on Mondays.
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Revision as of 15:06, 31 January 2018

This is a temporary page to coordinate the creation of a special interest group to coordinate work on Workstation/AtomicWorkstation. The idea is that the SIG would have regular (bi-weekly?) meetings to keep the work on the project moving forward.

Possible areas of work are:

  • Keeping the OSTree and installer composing, installing, and working
  • Increasing automated testing done on the OSTree image
  • Making sure that open technical questions and pull requests are dealt with
  • Documentation, including best practices for development on an OSTree system
  • General initiative planning - milestones, promotion, etc.
  • Figuring out technical next steps

If you are interested in participating, please add yourself below, or mail otaylor@redhat.com. One possible meeting time would be opposite weeks from the Workstation Working Group meeting at 14:00 UTC on Mondays. (First thought it was at 13:00 UTC, which is why the extra column)

Name Monday 13utc? 8us/eastern Monday 14utc? 9us/eastern Timezone interests
OwenTaylor Possible Good US/Eastern (preferably 9am-6pm) coordination, development model, flatpaks
Kalev Lember Good Europe/Stockholm (preferably 9am-6pm) gnome-software support, making sure everything aligns with regular Workstation goals
Sanja Bonic Good Europe/London (preferably 9am-6pm) Project Atomic, minimal installations, making sure desktop works for regular users
Matthias Clasen Good US/Eastern gnome, coordination with gnome-software/flatpak
Jonathan Lebon Good Better (until 9:45) US/Eastern (preferably 9am-5pm) Project Atomic, rpm-ostree stack alignment
Micah Abbott Good US/Eastern (preferably 9am-5pm) ProjectAtomic, best practices for containerizing desktop, documentation, QE