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= Fedora Release Party =
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= Fedora Release Parties =
  
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== In person Release Parties ==
 
Hosting release parties near the time of a Fedora release is a great way to help spread Fedora in your local area and provide an opportunity for Fedora users in your area to come together as a community.  Release parties can be casual events in different manners.  From meeting in a coffee shop with a few people to larger scale events with more people in attendance and planned activities like install party, workshops, talk with speakers from the Fedora community, and discussion.
 
Hosting release parties near the time of a Fedora release is a great way to help spread Fedora in your local area and provide an opportunity for Fedora users in your area to come together as a community.  Release parties can be casual events in different manners.  From meeting in a coffee shop with a few people to larger scale events with more people in attendance and planned activities like install party, workshops, talk with speakers from the Fedora community, and discussion.
  
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== Virtual Release Parties ==
  
== Upcoming Release Parties - Fedora 14 ==
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Since the move to virtual due to COVID-19, we have been hosting global virtual Release Parties as a community. The [https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/council/fcaic/ Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator] is the lead organizer for this virtual event with the support of the Mindshare community and any other interested contributors. The first online release party was held for Fedora Linux 33. If you would like to get involved in organizing virtual release parties, connect with the Mindshare Committee through their [https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/mindshare-committee/ Docs], [https://pagure.io/mindshare/issues Pagure Repo], and [https://matrix.to/#/#mindshare:fedoraproject.org IRC/Element channel].
  
* [[F15_release_events | F15 release events]]
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== Upcoming Release Parties ==
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* Check back soon!
  
 
== Past Release Parties ==
 
== Past Release Parties ==
* [[F14_release_events | F14 release events]]
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* [[Fedora_Linux_35_Release_Party_Schedule|Release Party F35]]
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* [[Fedora_Linux_34_Release_Party_Schedule|Release Party F34]]
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* [[Fedora_33_Release_Party_Schedule|Release Party F33]]
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* [[F31_release_events| Release Parties F31]]
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* [[Release Party F12| Release Parties F12]]
 
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Latest revision as of 17:27, 16 November 2021


Fedora Release Parties

In person Release Parties

Hosting release parties near the time of a Fedora release is a great way to help spread Fedora in your local area and provide an opportunity for Fedora users in your area to come together as a community. Release parties can be casual events in different manners. From meeting in a coffee shop with a few people to larger scale events with more people in attendance and planned activities like install party, workshops, talk with speakers from the Fedora community, and discussion.

Virtual Release Parties

Since the move to virtual due to COVID-19, we have been hosting global virtual Release Parties as a community. The Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator is the lead organizer for this virtual event with the support of the Mindshare community and any other interested contributors. The first online release party was held for Fedora Linux 33. If you would like to get involved in organizing virtual release parties, connect with the Mindshare Committee through their Docs, Pagure Repo, and IRC/Element channel.

Upcoming Release Parties

  • Check back soon!

Past Release Parties