In then next month, I’ve signed up for two opportunities to present Fedora Silverblue to a public audience.
The first event will be a talk/lab at DevConf.cz titled “Day 1 with Fedora Silverblue” - https://devconfcz2019.sched.com/event/Jcnb/day-1-with-fedora-silverblue
The second event will be a Fedora Classroom session about Fedora Silverblue to be held on Feb 7, 2019 @ 1600 UTC.
The DevConf.cz event is intended to be a bit more hands on, whereas the classroom session will likely be more instructive or demonstrative.
I’m going to assume that the audience for both events is familiar with Linux and Fedora, but might not have any experience with immutable hosts, containers, Flatpaks, etc. The two events will give a general overview of these topics and demonstrate how easy it can be to use Fedora Silverblue.
A rough outline for the content looks like:
- what is an immutable host?
- what are the differences/similarities between Fedora Silverblue and Fedora Workstation?
- what is
- performing upgrades, rollbacks, rebases
- package layering with
- using containers and container tools (
- using Flatpaks for GUI applications
Knowing the intended audience, the goals of the events, and this rough outline, I wanted to poll the community to see if there are topics or specifics in the existing topics that I may have missed or should include. I can’t promise to cover everything, but it would be helpful to hear what others think would be good information to present to folks who may be unfamiliar with Fedora Silverblue.
Thanks in advance for your input!