Gnunify 2010

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== Sessions ==
 
== Sessions ==
  
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The following sessions would be good to have. The intent is to have a room to ourselves and, run the participants through the bits and pieces that make them into a good developer. We will encourage the participants to come with their own laptops and, as a back-up we would provide copious notes and, links for further reading
  
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|''' No. '''|| '''Session Title '''|| ''' Summary''' || '''Presenter''' || '''Notes'''
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|''  ''||''An overview from 10,000 feet''||''What Open Source is about; introduction to the Fedora project''||''''||''''
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|''  ''||''Community and Communication''||''How communication provides the 'Open'; F2F, synch and async communication; communication tools; synthetic third culture.''||''''||''''
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|''  ''||''Setting up the contributor workbench''||''Obtaining source, build environment and tools, build systems, building''||''''||''''
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|''  ''||''RPM Packaging Basics''||''What they are, how to use them, and how to create them''||''''||''''
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|''  ''||''Let the Bugzilla be your friend''||''Introduction to Bugzilla, what is a bug?, bugzilla basics, writing a good bug/comment, review, bugmail''||''''||''''
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|''  ''||''Debugging, Testing, Patching''||''Debugging tools and techniques overview/ demo, debug and release builds, source servers, debuggers, stack traces, testing and patching''||''''||''''
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|''  ''||''How to learn QA and Testing''||''Introduction to Fedora QA, tools, tricks and tips''||''''||''''
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|''  ''||''Wrap-up Session''||''Wrapping up for the day and, ways to keep the conversation going''||''''||''''
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== Event Owners ==
 
== Event Owners ==

Revision as of 04:36, 18 January 2010

Contents

Site

http://gnunify.in/

Registration

http://gnunify.in/register/speaker

Add yourself if you are coming.

No. Name T-Shirt Size Comments Accommodation
1 Hiemanshu Sharma XL NA Required


Sessions

The following sessions would be good to have. The intent is to have a room to ourselves and, run the participants through the bits and pieces that make them into a good developer. We will encourage the participants to come with their own laptops and, as a back-up we would provide copious notes and, links for further reading

No. Session Title Summary Presenter Notes
An overview from 10,000 feet What Open Source is about; introduction to the Fedora project ' ' Community and Communication How communication provides the 'Open'; F2F, synch and async communication; communication tools; synthetic third culture. ' ' Setting up the contributor workbench Obtaining source, build environment and tools, build systems, building ' ' RPM Packaging Basics What they are, how to use them, and how to create them ' ' Let the Bugzilla be your friend Introduction to Bugzilla, what is a bug?, bugzilla basics, writing a good bug/comment, review, bugmail ' ' Debugging, Testing, Patching Debugging tools and techniques overview/ demo, debug and release builds, source servers, debuggers, stack traces, testing and patching ' ' How to learn QA and Testing Introduction to Fedora QA, tools, tricks and tips ' ' Wrap-up Session Wrapping up for the day and, ways to keep the conversation going ' '

Event Owners

Event ticket for keeping track of details at https://fedorahosted.org/fedora-india/ticket/54 (only event owners would have access)


Tasks

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Please take up any item that you can. Also add if you want anything.
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