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| Retrace kernel issue reduction ||  ||
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| Improve kernel task automation || ||
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| Increase upstream kernel reviews and bugfixes || ||
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| Contribute kernel specific content to Fedora Magazine articles || ||
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| Kernel test system - what's next || [[User:Jforbes | Justin Forbes]] ||
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Revision as of 19:47, 22 April 2015

Overall department goals

  • Modernizing release process and deliverables
  • Create and improve systems, resources, and upstream efforts that benefit general users, and help draw power users into contribution
  • Improve/maintain systems/resources for existing contributors

Problems

  • Retrace is flooded with kernel reports (so is bugzilla but this is always the case)
  • Our team's participation in the upstream kernel community has dwindled significantly
    • This means we're considered outsiders more than members
    • Decreased visibility can lead to decreased responsiveness from upstream
  • The team's integration within the distro is fairly minimal
    • Good and bad
      • Good: We aren't holding anything up. The kernel ships on time and is fairly high quality overall
      • Not so good:
        • We don't necessarily improve the overall release
        • We don't ask for and discuss needs/problems other teams are having (e.g. Desktop)
  • Interaction with Red Hat stakeholders is minimal
    • Normally doesn't impact us day to day, but we could help for future items
  • Team efficiency and community participation doesn't exist
    • Mostly because we haven't had a full team for a while. Let's figure this out.
    • Community members have little insight into how or why we do what we do beyond the wiki pages. Can we make it easier for them to participate?

Team High Level Goals

  • Plan for and deliver high quality kernel for upcoming Fedora releases
  • Improve team efficiency and community collaboration
  • Increase participation in upstream kernel community

Goals

Description Lead Person Target
Retrace kernel issue reduction
Improve kernel task automation
Increase upstream kernel reviews and bugfixes
Contribute kernel specific content to Fedora Magazine articles
Kernel test system - what's next Justin Forbes