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= Community Architecture Meeting :: Monday 2008-07-28 =
 
 
 
== Roll call ==
 
== Roll call ==
Present: [[MaxSpevack]], [[GregDeKoenigsberg]], [[HarishPillay]], [[KarstenWade]], [[PaulWFrields]], [[JackAboutboul]]
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Max, Greg, Harish, Karsten, Paul, Jack
  
 
== OSCON ==
 
== OSCON ==
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* A few projects we talked to but didn't discuss in this CommArch meeting
 
* A few projects we talked to but didn't discuss in this CommArch meeting
 
** [http://www.mifos.org/ Mifos], micro finance server/system
 
** [http://www.mifos.org/ Mifos], micro finance server/system
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** [http://www.apress.com/ Apress], talked with them about using Fedora content as upstream with them embedding writers and editors in the project
 
** [http://www.apress.com/ Apress], talked with them about using Fedora content as upstream with them embedding writers and editors in the project
 
** [http://www.democracylab.org/ DemocracyLab]
 
** [http://www.democracylab.org/ DemocracyLab]
 
** Drupal -- they said howdy, we discussed CMS and anti-PHP sentiment; Karsten received a follow-up email from them to talk further about Drupal and Fedora Infrastructure
 
** Drupal -- they said howdy, we discussed CMS and anti-PHP sentiment; Karsten received a follow-up email from them to talk further about Drupal and Fedora Infrastructure
** Inveneo -- Greg said howdy?
 
 
** Mozilla -- Blizzard said howdy
 
** Mozilla -- Blizzard said howdy
 
** [http://www.ow2.org/ OW2] -- someone stopped by and talked with someone, nothing captured?
 
** [http://www.ow2.org/ OW2] -- someone stopped by and talked with someone, nothing captured?
 
Lead tracking is an internal CommArch concern that we need to address.
 
  
 
Greg mentions the troubles of a "get everything into Fedora/EPEL" policy as the one-size-fits-all ISV strategy.
 
Greg mentions the troubles of a "get everything into Fedora/EPEL" policy as the one-size-fits-all ISV strategy.
  
<del>'''ACTION:''' Max puts Jack in touch with News Council.</del>
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</del>'''ACTION:''' Max puts Jack in touch with News Council.</del>
  
 
EDU summary:
 
EDU summary:
 
* Open Source Education panel -- Jack made various introductions.
 
* Open Source Education panel -- Jack made various introductions.
 
** Open High School in Utah
 
** Open High School in Utah
** Denise Cooper -- works for Intel, on OSI board.
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** Danese Cooper -- works for Intel, on OSI board.
 
** Karl Fogel
 
** Karl Fogel
  

Latest revision as of 02:54, 12 January 2011

Roll call

Max, Greg, Harish, Karsten, Paul, Jack

OSCON

ISV summary:

  • Hyperic -- Jeremy Hogan is the community manager. He has paid somebody to build RPMs for hyperic. Potential future communication here in the Java Packaging front.
  • JasperSoft -- Karsten and Jennifer Venable, they know what their next steps are
  • Concrete Five -- CMS that we'll help get into Fedora
  • Ingres -- community version potentially forthcoming, lots of legacy stuff that makes it hard for them to become LSB compliance.
  • Plain Black
  • Sugar CRM -- couldn't find anyone technical at this show to talk to.
  • Zimbra -- met John Robb, their VP of Marketing; Karsten to meet Engineering folks in Sunnyval
  • OpenJDK -- met Dalibor Topic, former Kaffe hacker now leading the OpenJDK team
  • Digium -- Mark Spencer and Todd (Community Manager)
    • They want to do a case study about our use of Asterisk.
  • A few projects we talked to but didn't discuss in this CommArch meeting
    • Mifos, micro finance server/system
    • Apress, talked with them about using Fedora content as upstream with them embedding writers and editors in the project
    • DemocracyLab
    • Drupal -- they said howdy, we discussed CMS and anti-PHP sentiment; Karsten received a follow-up email from them to talk further about Drupal and Fedora Infrastructure
    • Mozilla -- Blizzard said howdy
    • OW2 -- someone stopped by and talked with someone, nothing captured?

Greg mentions the troubles of a "get everything into Fedora/EPEL" policy as the one-size-fits-all ISV strategy.

ACTION: Max puts Jack in touch with News Council.

EDU summary:

  • Open Source Education panel -- Jack made various introductions.
    • Open High School in Utah
    • Danese Cooper -- works for Intel, on OSI board.
    • Karl Fogel

ACTION: Updated .edu deck by end of week from Jack.

Greg suggests making FSOSS in Toronto our big kick-off for all of this. October 23-24. Seneca, .edu strategy, CMU.

Oregon State University -- Jeff Sheltren (OSUOSL)

LWCE SF

  • LinuxWorld as the assembly point for the kit.

Ambassadors

  • Global re-org in the works.

EMEA

  • Meeting w/ French Ambassadors team this Saturday, Aug. 2.
  • FUDCon planning is going well. We need to sort out US travel.

APAC

  • Requests for CD/DVDs for SFD 2008 (Sept 20 2008)
  • Going to try for budget from RH APAC Marketing first.

Budget

  • Goal is to have quarterly expenses finished -- that means everything is in the system, and Max has all the report numbers and dollar amounts -- by August 15th.
  • Everything else in Q2 gates on OSCON. We can't make any decisions until we know Jack and Greg's OSCON expenses in full.
    • OLPC Sprint?
    • Greg's Boston trips?

Vacation

  • Max PTO. Out starting Tue. Aug. 5. Returns Wed. Aug. 13.