Contributing to Fedora can be a complex undertaking. The large number of systems to interact with on daily basis means having to check multiple different web applications to complete a task or track tickets. For new contributors, knowing where to look for information about a task across the large number of tools to interact with is daunting.
Fedora Hubs will to provide a communication and collaboration centre for Fedora contributors of all types. Current contributors will visit Hubs to check on their involvements across Fedora, discover new teams that they can contribute with. For new contributors, Hubs is a place to get started collaborating with others.
- 1 Timetable
- 2 Primary Use Cases
- 3 Scoping
Hubs will be released as version 1.0 by .
Primary Use Cases
This section describes the high-level base functionality of Hubs.
- Fedora Hubs will allow a user to log into using FAS
- Fedora Hubs will create a place for a user to display their details (name, IRC Nick, teams involved with) so other users view them.
- Fedora Hubs will provide a configurable place for a user to view the status of tasks they are currently performing on different Fedora Applications.
- Fedora Hubs will provide a way for a user to subscribe to another users hub to (why???)
** I assume this is to keep tabs on another user's work, similar to BZ or Pagure? That can be a learning experience, because you can see the many ways a person is contributing. --pfrields (talk) 14:19, 10 November 2017 (UTC)
- Fedora Hubs will allow a user to change settings of their personal hub
- Fedora Hubs will create a place for a team to display their details (goals of the team, meeting details, etc) so other users view them.
- Fedora Hubs will provide a configurable place for a team to view the status of tasks they are currently performing on different Fedora Applications.
- Fedora Hubs will provide a way for a user to subscribe to a team hub to (Question -- why? and how is this different to joining)
** I expect this would keep you from being listed in a Hub roster of people, but still see team work or updates in your feed. Might be useful for people who lead teams or provide oversight. --pfrields (talk) 14:20, 10 November 2017 (UTC)
- Fedora Hubs will provide a way for a user to join a team hub
- Fedora Hubs will allow a user to be an admin of a group hub
- Fedora Hubs will allow the admin of a hub to change settings of a team hub
- Fedora Hubs will provide way for users to browse for Team Hubs and People (Personal Hubs)
Not sure what this is.
Here is where we define in detail the features / widgets / items that need to be in (and working properly) Fedora Hubs for us to consider it 1.0
The feed widget shows a chronological list of notifications about actions that have occurred across Fedora Applications.
- The user feed widget shows actions for all group hubs the user is a member of, as well as actions linked to the user.
- The group feed widget shows actions for the group.