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Revision as of 04:24, 11 March 2009

We are organizing a weekend long list of events focusing on tools and applications in and around Fedora. All classes will be held in irc @ #fedora-classroom in irc.freenode.net. If you are not familiar with irc, see the Fedora IRC HowTo .

Have a look at the list below, if there is not a session, you'd like to see, please suggest it and we'll do our best to accommodate the request.

Contents

The Current Timeline

Pick a time you would like to present and add your name to the list. We'll contact you the day before so leave your contact information as well.

Sessions are approximately 1 hour with a 15 minute break between.

(Note: Check out The World Clock Meeting Planner for timezone syncing.)

Time (UTC) March 7 March 8
18:00 UTC Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions
18:15 UTC Introduction to bash shell scripting Classroom - Scott McBrien Using the Windows cross-compiler - Richard Jones
19:30 UTC Training & Tips for Fedora Ambassadors Classroom -- Max Spevack No class held
20:45 UTC Fedora Trademarks Classroom -- Paul W. Frields Introduction to mock, the chroot package builder -- Kevin Fenzi
22:00 UTC Perl Basics Classroom -- Doran Barton Fedora Classroom Wrap-up Session


Suggest a Class

If there is something you'd like to see during Fedora-Classroom sessions, let us know below

  • Beginner's Guide to SystemTap
  • A short introduction to Bug Triaging (with some examples of untriaged bugs)
  • Testing/QA of the Fedora Desktop
  • Intermediate SELinux topics (follow-up to previous beginner topics)
  • Introduction to gconftool-2 and configuring the GNOME desktop from config files
  • Using mock
  • Networking basics, DHCP, NIS etc for small networks.
  • E-mail: server types; transport agents; spam and configuration.
  • How to use the fedoraproject.org wiki.
  • Replace me with a suggestion.

Upcoming Classes (Tentative)

If you can't make the current classes, these might be a good match for you, the times and dates are different and so will the classes. If you wish to present a class and the above list is full, add your name here and the class you'd like to teach.

Time (UTC) April 4 April 5
10:00 UTC Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions
10:15 UTC Setting up a Virtual Routing Environment using Fedora and User Mode Linux -- Balaji Gurudass Introduction to busybox and qemu on fedora -- Balaji Gurudass
11:30 UTC Introduction to Netlink Sockets - What are they -- Balaji Gurudass A great class goes here
12:45 UTC A great class goes here A great class goes here
14:00 UTC A great class goes here Fedora Classroom Wrap-up Session

Classroom Archive

This is the archive of the past Fedora Classroom sessions.

Time (UTC) February 8
01:30 UTC Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions
01:45 UTC Understanding RPM - The engine behind yum - Clint Savage
03:00 UTC Using Yum - Tricks and tips - Kevin Fenzi
04:15 UTC Fedora 11 Features - Jon Stanley
05:30 UTC Fedora i18n - Jens Petersen
06:30 UTC Fedora Classroom Wrap-up Session


Time (UTC) December 6 December 7
12:00 UTC Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions - Kevin Fenzi Introduction to Fedora Classroom and Sessions - Kevin Fenzi
12:15 UTC Training & Tips for Fedora Ambassadors -- MaxSpevack Making text exquisite, worldwide — packaging fonts in FedoraNicolas Mailhot
13:30 UTC Intro to Bug Triage Jon Stanley How to wow your friends with awesome Gimp tricks! Máirín Duffy
14:45 UTC KDE4 for KDE3 users - Kevin Kofler, Rex Dieter A great class goes here
16:00 UTC Creating Logical Volumes - Clint Savage Fedora Classroom Wrap-up Session
Time (UTC) November 8 November 9
20:00 UTC Clint Savage - SELinux Basics Kevin Fenzi - Firewall Basics
21:00 UTC Jon Stanley - An introduction to Bugzilla Jeroen van Meeuwen - Creating a Fedora Remix
22:00 UTC Paul W. Frields - Beginner's guide to getting involved No class scheduled
23:00 UTC Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams - Package Taxonomy and Techniques Jeroen van Meeuwen - Configuration Management using Puppet