After being quiet for a while, we have cranked the Fedora IRC classroom back up in the last week.
First we had a great class from Joe Brockmeier on How to make life awesome for journalists. I was sadly unable to attend (as I was running the FESCo meeting that was taking place at the same time), but reading the logs it was a great class.
Then tonight I ran another class on How to test Fedora Updates, which I think went reasonably well. If you wondered about how Fedora updates work now and you can provide feedback, how they will look soon, and how they might look someday, please do give the session a read over. 😉
We have a number of other sessions coming up if folks can make them:
- A Short Tutorial On i18n Through gettext – Naveen Kumar on 30 April, 2010 at 12:30 UTC (6:00 PM IST)
- Introductory workshop on GNU Autotools – Siddhesh Poyarekar on 03 May, 2010 at 13:30 UTC (7:00 PM IST)
- Learn about exciting Fedora 13 Features – Kevin Fenzi on 10 May, 2010 at 01:00 UTC
As we get closer to the release of Fedora 13, this is a great time to run a class on something you are working on thats going to be released with Fedora 13, so do consider attending, signing up to teach a class yourself, or peruse the logs after a session. All the info on how to do that is on the Classroom page.