What have I been writing when I haven’t been writing here?
Stuff I wrote
- Fedora 30 Elections Voting Now Open — Fedora contributors, cast your ballots!
- Council policy proposal: modify election eligibility — Let’s require Council candidates to commit to running for the Council, not trying to run for every body.
- FPgM report: 2019-23, 2019-24, 2019-25, 2019-26
- Fedora 30 Elections Results — The people have decided!
- Making Fedora 30 — What went into making the latest release of Fedora?
- The Downtowner Restaurant — Even though it hasn’t been downtown in decades, The Downtowner is a nice local diner.
- Dusk Till Dawn Fried Chicken & Seafood — Lafayette’s most okay-but-entirely-forgettable dining experience.
Stuff I curated
- Chameleon and the dragons — Linux distros can place nice. Igor Gnatenko shares his experiences at openSUSE Conference.
Flock Talk & Session Proposal Reminder — Talk about what you’re doing as a Fedora contributor.
- Bodhi is getting ready for rawhide gating — Fedora contributors have been focusing on making the changes needed in Bodhi to enable the rawhide gating change proposal.
- State of the Community Platform Engineering Team — The team that runs key Fedora infrastructure services is working out how to adapt to increasing demands.
- What, Why, and How: Outreachy 101 — One of Fedora’s Outreachy interns shares what the process looked like for her.
- Outreachy with Fedora Happiness Packets: Phase 1 — Another Fedora Outreachy intern shares what she completed in Phase 1 with Fedora Happiness Packets and what she learned.
- Fedora 30 Release Party Mexico City — There were cupcakes!
- Modularity vs. libgit — This is fine.
- Outreachy with Fedora Happiness Packets: Phase 1 — An Outreachy intern summarizes her work on Fedora Happiness Packets.
- Stories from the amazing world of release-monitoring.org #6 — Even great wizards make mistakes.
- Fedora BoF at Red Hat Summit — We talked to people!
- Fedora booth at Red Hat Summit — We talked to more people!
- Outcome of the CPE’s team’s face-to-face — Changes are coming to the Fedora infrastructure.
- 2019 Opensource.com summer reading list — I contributed a review of a great book to this list.