Fedora Ops Architect Weekly

Originally published at: https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/fedora-ops-architect-weekly-2/

Your weekly summary of stuff β€˜n things happening around Fedora!

Holidays!

Between now and early January, expect things to be a little quieter around the Fedora space as many of us will be taking some time off to spend it with friends and family. If something is not working as expected, check the status page, common issues forum, and if things really start to escalate, open a ticket in the infra issues tracker and ask around in on the #fedora matrix channel if someone might be able to help.

On a personal note, I will be on vacation between now and will be back to work on Thursday January 4th. I will be online on Wednesday 27th December to wrangle those changes, so if you need me for anything, message or email me and if I can I will get to it then, and if not, its a 2024 task πŸ™‚

I hope you all have a wonderful holiday/end of year period, and I cannot wait to see you in 2024!

F39 Election Results!

The F39 elections have concluded and a huge congratulations again to our new nominated members of Council, Mindshare and FESCo, and an even bigger thank you to all those who were nominated and voted. To read more on this election cycle, visit the F39 Election Results blog post.

Fedora Linux 40 Upcoming Milestones

The following is a list of submission deadlines for Change Proposals. If you wish to submit a change proposal, please do so *before* the below dates.

  • 26th December – Proposals requiring mass rebuilds
  • 26th December – Proposals that are System-Wide changes
  • 16th January ’24 – Proposals that are Self-Contained

For those who have approved F40 changes, weekly reports will begin in early January, but do take note of the following dates now too:

Please visit the F40 Change Set page for an up to date list of accepted System Wide and Self-Contained changes. The full overview of the Fedora Linux 40 release schedule can also be viewed >>here<<.

Travel & Events

FOSDEM

FOSDEM ’24 is back on February 3rd & 4th in Brussels, Belgium. The cfp has now closed and notifications have been sent to inform folks whether their talk has been accepted or not. A provisional schedule for the Distributions Devroom is available >>here<< , and Fedora will have a stand at the conference too. If you’re attending, make sure to stop by to say hi!

DevConf.cz

DevConf.cz will return in Brno, Czech Republic on June 13 – 15th 2024. Call for proposals is now open until March 3rd.

Discussions

Announced F40 Change Proposals

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And for those involved in epel - CentOS Connect will be held the two days preceding FOSDEM

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Is anyone presenting or attending DevConfcz 2024? Great if Fedorians can meet up there.
I took a plunge to submit a CfP (15 min lightning talk).

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