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This is the main page for a CI and Infrastructure hackathon 2017. This hackathon is intended to help the team leap ahead for several critical Fedora initiatives.


Our purpose is to complete the following primary goals:

  1. Expand skills/knowledge of authorization/authentication systems in Fedora -- (max 1 day)
    • All core sysadmin team members will understand FreeIPA/Ipsilon backend administration tasks and ensure they are documented in the Fedora Infra Sysadmin Guide
    • Key developers will understand changes needed in current apps and best practices for new ones, if applicable, and capture them in the Fedora Infra Developer Guide
  2. Continue and/or complete key CI pipeline implementation -- (est. 2 days)
    • This goal will be further outlined based on discussions between now and the event.
  3. Establish an OpenShift instance in Fedora infrastructure -- (est. 2 days)
    • Determine the extent to which OpenShift can be expanded beyond OSBS
    • Determine policy and workflows and what might fit in and what will stay out
      • Application development
      • Application deployment
      • Upstream collaboration with Factory 2.0
    • Develop necessary playbooks, etc. to deploy

Detailed Work Items & Final Attendees


Deliverables: ((AuthN/AuthZ)) Task Owner Done
Deliverables: ((CI Pipeline)) Task Owner Done
Deliverables: ((OpenShift)) Task Owner Done

Attendees and Travel Details

Contributor Arrival Departure Roommate Notes
Patrick Uiterwijk Sun May 7th, 3:32pm (Flight: KL6772) Fri May 12th, 7:59pm (Flight KL7294) Kevin F
Kevin Fenzi Sun May 7th, 4:05pm (Flight: southwest 612) Fri May 12th, 6:40pm (Flight southwest 3119) Patrick U
Pierre-Yves Chibon Sun May 7th, 2:12pm (Flight: AF3582) Fri May 12th, 5:15pm (Flight AF8547) tflink
Adam Miller Sun May 7th, 10:10pm (American Airlines 1207) Saturday May 13th, 11:39am (American Airlines 2212) Paul F
Randy Barlow -∞
Jeremy Cline -∞
Stephen Smoogen -∞
Brian Stinson 2017-05-05 @ 12:20 (Flight: AA3736) 2017-05-12 @ 11:39 (Flight: AA2212) relrod?
Tim Flink? 2017-05-07 @ 15:17 (Flight: United UA294) 2017-05-12 @ 15:55 (Flight: United UA1910) pingou
Ricky Elrod
Paul Frields (driving, TBD) (driving, TBD) Adam M
Remote attendees
Aurélien Bompard
Ralph Bean
Matt Prahl
Mike Bonnet

Planning Prerequisites

See the How to organize a FAD list; you can keep your to-do list here.

  • Work out budget
  • Decide on Dates and Location
  • Arrange Facilities
  • List Resources
  • Be Somewhat Structured
  • Arrange Lodging
  • Arrange Refreshments
  • Arrange a Social Event -- N/A


  1. Location: Red Hat, Raleigh NC, USA
    • Red Hat Tower, 9th Floor South, "Fedora" room
    • Lodging: Courtyard Raleigh Midtown -- 1041 Wake Town Dr, Raleigh, NC 27609 -- ph (919) 821-3400 -- Red Hat rate $139 + taxes
  2. Date: 2017-May-08 to 2017-May-12
    • Visitors should arrive on Sunday May 7th if possible
  3. Remote Attendees: (include dial-in)
  4. Schedule
    • Event starts 9:30am daily
    • Event ends by noon Friday May 12th, to allow for travel outbound
    • ...


Snacks/Beverages: Can be snarfed from Raleigh office


  • Covered at hotel


  • ...


  • ...

Total food: est. $

Travel estimates

Contributor Taxi/transport (to/from home) Airfare Taxi/transport (to/from site) Parking Other
Pierre-Yves Chibon ~142€ (home <-> Paris) AF: ~1182€
Adam Miller N/A American: ~$450 ~$50 $105
Jeremy Cline $0 $0 $0 $0
Kevin Fenzi $40 Southwest: ~420
Patrick Uiterwijk $0 KLM: $1400
Tim Flink $30 United: ~$400 $50 50 flight covered by Tim's travel budget
Ricky Elrod $20 American ~$300 ~$60
Brian Stinson Covered by Brian's travel budget
Kushal Das $600 Note: side trip from PDX
  1. Travel: $5900 (est)
  2. Housing: - $3200 (est)
    • Courtyard Raleigh Midtown -- 1041 Wake Town Dr, Raleigh, NC 27609 -- ph (919) 821-3400 -- Red Hat rate $139 + taxes
    • Possibility of 1-2 people being housed locally?
  3. Space:
    • $0 -- Supplied by Red Hat
  4. Supplies:
    • N/A
  5. Food: $600 (est -- to be paid by Fedora Engineering budget)

Total budget: $9100 estimated