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Join a community of users and contributors focused on Fedora Workstation.

Fedora Workstation is created by a team in the Fedora Project community called the Workstation Working Group. It is comprised of official members who have decision-making powers, as well as other contributors. Learn more about this group and how you can get involved on the Workstation Working Group website.

Communication channels


The Fedora Workstation tag on Fedora's Discourse-based discussion forum is a great place to connect with other Fedora Workstation users and contributors.


You can chat with the Fedora Workstation Working Group via either Matrix or IRC: on Matrix or #fedora-workstation on

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You can view, file, and discuss Fedora Workstation issues on the Fedora Workstation issue tracker.

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Workstation Working Group meetings are open to all current and potential contributors on Tuesdays, 9:30 AM US Eastern on


Fedora has events throughout the year that you can attend, typically in-person or virtually, to learn more about Fedora Workstation as well as meet other users and contributors.

The Annual Fedora Project Conference

Flock is the Fedora Project's annual multi-day in-person conference focused on our contributors. It typically alternates between European and North American locations. The conference provides a venue for face-to-face meetings and conversations. It is also a place to celebrate our community.

Flock typically takes place every August.

The Virtual Fedora Project Conference

Nest is our at-home, virtual Flock that has been running since the global outbreak of COVID-19. It takes place over 3 days and includes talks, workshops, hackfests, and social events.

Worldwide & Local Fedora Meetups

Hatch is a series of small-scale, in-person global meetups organized in the weeks preceding the Flock / Nest conference enabling Fedorans local to each other to meet.

Fedora Release Parties

Twice a year, in coordination with the release of each new version of Fedora Linux, we hold global virtual release parties. These are typically a 1.5 day "mini-conference" with talks and social events.

Fedora Magazine is a website that hosts promotional articles and short guides contributed from the community about free/libre and open-source software that runs on or works with the Fedora Linux operating system.

The Community Blog provides a single source for members of the community to share important news, updates, and information about Fedora with others in the Project community.