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Add yourself if you are coming.

No. Name T-Shirt Size Comments Accommodation
1 Hiemanshu Sharma XL NA Required
2 Ankur Sinha M NA Required
3 Susmit M NA Required


The following sessions would be good to have. The intent is to have a room to ourselves and, run the participants through the bits and pieces that make them into a good developer. We will encourage the participants to come with their own laptops and, as a back-up we would provide copious notes and, links for further reading

No. Session Title Summary Presenter Notes
An overview from 10,000 feet What Open Source is about; introduction to the Fedora project ' '
Community and Communication How communication provides the 'Open'; F2F, synch and async communication; communication tools; synthetic third culture. ' '
Setting up the contributor workbench Obtaining source, build environment and tools, build systems, building Ankur Sinha Talk
RPM Packaging Basics What they are, how to use them, and how to create them Ankur Sinha workshop
Getting involved with free and open source software Rahul Sundaram show and tell
Let the Bugzilla be your friend Introduction to Bugzilla, what is a bug?, bugzilla basics, writing a good bug/comment, review, bugmail ' '
Debugging, Testing, Patching Debugging tools and techniques overview/ demo, debug and release builds, source servers, debuggers, stack traces, testing and patching ' '
How to learn QA and Testing Introduction to Fedora QA, tools, tricks and tips ' '
Wrap-up Session Wrapping up for the day and, ways to keep the conversation going ' '
The world of Genshi How to build a simple static website using Genshi Hiemanshu '
Creating a Fedora Remix Kickstarts, LiveCD tools, how to use them. Hiemanshu Workshop (2hours)
Fedora Medical Spin. In search of a comprehensive solution for healthcare community. Talk Susmit Talk (45 Minutes)
Playing with Python Workshop on basics of python and how one can use that knowledge to work on FOSS Kushal Workshop (4 hours)

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