Sorry for the mistake :) We are obviously in 2010 and not in 2008
please recheck your calendars :)
See ya on the meeting!
Ladies and gentlemen,
Don't you remember there is an EMEA
(Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) Ambassador meeting
this Wednesday on #fedora-meeting ?
Day : Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
Time : 20:00 UTC (check 
to know your own time depending on your countries)
Channel : #fedora-meeting
Meeting agenda (add your topic before the meeting please) : 
Update your agendas, and don't forget to join us :)
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liknus @ GRnet , Freenode
my opinion is:
1. There is no legal/contract/agreement/signed thing as of law
requirements, that any contributor must obey board decisions
( As the fedora project is no incorporation of any form the, Fedora
board is not put into force of any legal form or body. )
( FP members/contributors have not signed any contract/agreement which
puts any force upon them. )
2. There is no legal requirement that EMEA ambassadors are in the need
of any approval at all.
= EMEA Ambassadors proceeding with their freedom of contribution ->
spread media as they wish
One might argue the force to decide this comes with the trademark
rights, which are involved.
But, then it would be clear, it is a RedHat decision.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen / with kind regards,
Sascha Thomas Spreitzer
Warum mache ich überhaupt dieses ganze OpenSource Zeugs?
Lesen Sie hier, warum;
This mail is a reminder for today's meeting for the French speaking community.
2010-10-25 / 18:30 UTC
Ce mail est un rappel pour la réunion de la communauté francophone, qui aura lieu ce lundi (25 octobre) à 20h30 heure de Paris sur IRC (freenode) #fedora-meeting .
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N'hésitez pas à le modifier pour rajouter des sujets qui vous semblent intéressants.
Merci de répondre à ce message en cas d'indisponibilité.
We have a request from SCaLE:
"we're looking to provide a distro. mirror on site during the show, do
you think Fedora as a group would be able to provide a machine, NAS
device or media (DVDs, USB, etc.)?"
A Fedora 14 DVD/USB would suffice, but for the sake of a mirror this is
not an ideal medium. Would we be able to bring a dedicated box to serve
Fedora mirrors on LAN at the event?
~Scott Williams (vwbusguy)
Start End Name
Thu 28-Oct Tue 02-Nov Obtain Final Release ISOs from Release
Engineering for duplication
Thu 28-Oct Thu 04-Nov Regional Coordination with Marketing for Release
Tue 02-Nov Fri 03-Dec Hold Release Events and Publish Event Reports
We're hoping to have another Fedora Ambassadors day on the Friday
before SCaLE as we have done in the past. Typically, this has been a
day when we focus on a specific thing and make progress on it. Last
year, we did documentation for the Google Summer of Code, and before
that we have done font packaging.
What should we do this year?
~Scott Williams (vwbusguy)
Am Dienstag, den 19.10.2010, 00:09 -0700 schrieb Jesse Keating:
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> On 10/19/2010 12:01 AM, Christoph Wickert wrote:
> > Am Montag, den 18.10.2010, 20:35 -0700 schrieb Jesse Keating:
> >> There is not going to be a TC2. We are moving on to RC.
> > Is this process documented in the wiki somewhere?
> is probably the best place, which was linked to from
The list only memtions the Tc, but nether TC1 and TC2 not the fact that
TC2 does not include live media.
> >> It is FAR too
> >> late to be introducing technology that needs to be tested and planned
> >> for at this stage in the release cycle.
> > The only thing that needs testing is the boot menu. The rest is taken
> > care of by the normal spins/desktop testing we already do and did.
> That's still something that needs testing, needs a testing plan, needs
> coordination. Not something that can easily be slapped together in the
> less than one week since the concept became visible here.
What is there to test for a boot menu? What would a test plan look like.
Boot all menu entries and you are done.
> >> I still haven't seen any plan for how to handle our source obligation.
> > I cannot give you a plan if nobody outlines the obligations to me.
> You need to speak to Fedora legal to figure out what your obligations are.
I have written them but no reply so far.
> > Why is the DVD different than the other spins?
> All the other things the project produces are made available on the
> website in binary form, alongside the source. It is not clear to me if
> your combined media set will be made available online in any way.
In my first email I wrote:
> > Given that [...]
> > * we have download location for the image on Fedora
> > infrastructure
> > * we put a readme on the spin whith the download location of
> > the SRPMs
Is there anything unclear about it?
> It is
> not clear to me if a binary aggregate of all the spins can be satisfied
> by the sources we have online. It is not clear to me what method of
> GPLv2 source obligations you will be using when distributing these
> binary offerings.
This sounds a little vague to me. Can you please outline your concerns a
little deeper? AFAICS they apply to the other spins too as they also
have a boot menu.
What is the difference between shipping 8 single media and one dual
layer DVD? The only difference is the boot menu.
Please correct me if I'm wrong,