Meeting:Board meeting 2008-12-09

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Fedora Project Board Meeting :: Tuesday 2008-12-09

Roll Call

Attendees: John Poelstra, Paul Frields, Bill Nottingham, Seth Vidal, Karsten Wade, Chris Tyler, Spot Callaway, Jesse Keating, Matt Domsch, Jef Spaleta

Regrets: Harald Hoyer

Fedora 11 Naming

Brainstorming FUDCon Fedora 11 External Audio Options

  • streaming audio or video
  • could someone at MIT Television help?
  • one central server for streaming and use laptops in individual sessions
  • potential problems
    1. enough bandwidth to get to fedora talk
    2. enough hardware
  • use IRC for feedback loop to livestream
  • what about targeting one or two rooms to pilot the live stream
    • do well in one room
  • would need to create a standard setup guide so it is easy
  • setup in advance, preferably the day before so time isn't wasted in individual sessions trying to get things to work
  • would to designate people in each room to watch over equipment
  • Plan of attack:
    1. Paul Frields will try to make contact with MIT TV
    2. Chris Tyler to send out email to various fedora lists soliciting help and hardware from people attending--clip on microphones or video cameras

FUDCon Update

  • Planning is on track with Paul the organization of everything
  • For people arriving before Friday, January 9, 2009, it might be good to have a meeting place for: "I'm here please put me to work place"
  • Most of the critical help will be needed the week before and up until the event
  • Will have a couple ads running in the MIT newspaper advertising FUDCon

Fedora 8 Package Resigning

  • Release Engineering requested Board decision on necessity of resigning Fedora 8 packages with end of life less than one month away
  • DECISION: Board unanimously believes that Fedora 8 must be re-signed, as was originally communicated to the public.

Push of Defective Packages

  • earlier this week a broken dbus package update was pushed resulting in non-functioning systems
  • The board would like to see tools and processes that lower the risk of this problem recurring.
  • ACTIONS:Jesse is volunteering to lead a cross group effort involving QA, Infrastructure, Release Engineering, and tools developers (Seth Vidal, etc.)

Post Election Red Hat Board Appointments

  • Short discussion about candidates under consideration