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If you are a ham radio operator or a fedora packager/maintainer that is interested in getting some radio related packages in the the Fedora package collection add your name to the members section or send an email to with the subject "SIG: Fedora Hams"


Goal: To improve the Fedora collection by adding packages for Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) operators.


Important Links

Fedora Docs is having a FAD March 21-23. Updating the Amateur Radio Guide is on the agenda. If you can attend and help, please do. But in any case, please review the wish list and add anything you think might be helpful.

--McD (talk)



  • Most important: Work with upstream application developers to get more software updated for modern Linux distributions.
  • Package and test applications.
  • Submit packages for review.
  • After packages are accepted in to Fedora create a Fedora Hams SIG Spin.



  • 2007/11/13: Start of the SIG page.
  • 2007/12/xx: Work on Packages and gauge community interest.
  • 2008/01/06: Start mailing list.
  • 2008/02/22: Formally announce the SIG.
  • 2016/11/03: Start of the Fedora Account System group fedora-hams.
  • 2016/11/10: First badge "Amateur Radio SIG Member" given.