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'''THE WORKSTATION WIKI PAGES ARE NO LONGER USED AND ARE OUT OF DATE - SEE [https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/workstation-working-group/ THE WORKSTATION DOCS] FOR UP TO DATE INFORMATION.'''
  
This is the home for the Workstation working group, which is the team of people working on putting together the Fedora Workstation product.
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(These wiki pages are being kept for historical reference only.)
  
= Mission Statement =
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== Resources ==
  
The Fedora Workstation working group aims to create a reliable, user-friendly and powerful operating system for laptops and PC hardware. The system will primarily be aimed at providing a platform for development of server side and client applications that is attractive to a range of developers - from hobbyists and students to developers working in corporate environments.
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* Third party repository policies:
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** [https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/fesco/Third_Party_Repository_Policy/ FESCo's Fedora-wide third party repo guidelines]
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** [[Workstation/Third_party_software_policies|Old 3rd party repo policy]] (no longer active)
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** [[Workstation/Third_Party_Software_Repositories|Overview of current workstation 3rd party repos]] (this is linked to from GNOME Software and redirects to the [https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/workstation-working-group/third-party-repos/ new docs page])
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* Technical guides on hosting your own app repos:
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** [[Workstation/Third_party_software_Workstation_Guidelines|Extra technical requirements for Workstation]]
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** [[Workstation/softwareappdata|How to create repo metadata]]
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** [[Workstation/hostingmetadata|Add the metadata to your software repository]]
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* Guidelines:
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** [[/Guidelines/Applications_and_Launchers|Application packaging and integration guidelines]]
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** [[/Default_App_Guidelines|Guidelines for selecting default apps to be pre-installed]]
  
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=== Historical Resources ===
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| style="border-width: 0;" | {{admon/tip | Workstation Working Group Resources |
 
* '''Mailing list:''' [https://lists.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/desktop desktop@lists.fedoraproject.org]
 
* '''IRC:''' #fedora-workstation on freenode
 
  
'''Meetings'''
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The following historical founding documents are relevant to informing the mission of Fedora Workstation, but many parts are obsolete and they are no longer effective governing documents.
* The Workstation work group meetings are held on an as-needed basis.
 
  
'''Membership'''
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* [[Workstation/Workstation_PRD|Workstation product definition]]
* '''[[User:jwboyer | Josh Boyer]]''' (jwb)
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* [[Workstation/Technical_Specification|Workstation technical specification]]
* '''[[User:mclasen | Matthias Clasen]]''' (mclasen)
 
* '''[[User:kalev | Kalev Lember]]''' (kalev)
 
* '''[[User:ryanlerch | Ryan Lerch]]''' (ryanlerch)
 
* '''[[User:petersen | Jens Petersen]]''' (juhp)
 
* '''[[User:uraeus | Christian Schaller]]''' (cschalle)
 
* '''[[User:otaylor | Owen Taylor]]''' (otaylor)
 
* '''[[User:ltinkl | Lukáš Tinkl]]''' (ltinkl)
 
* '''[[User:cwickert | Christoph Wickert]]''' (cwickert)
 
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== Governance ==
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=== WG resources ===
  
The governance for the Workstation Working Group is here: [[Workstation/Governance|Governance]]
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Working group resources and documents:
  
== Product Requirements ==
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* [[/Governance|WG governance]]
 
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* [[/Tasklist|WG task list]] - no longer active, but includes links to design and planning pages
You can find the [[Workstation/Workstation_PRD]] here
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== Technical overview ==
 
The technical description of the workstation is being drafted on the [[Workstation/Technical_Specification]] page.
 

Latest revision as of 17:11, 2 November 2021

THE WORKSTATION WIKI PAGES ARE NO LONGER USED AND ARE OUT OF DATE - SEE THE WORKSTATION DOCS FOR UP TO DATE INFORMATION.

(These wiki pages are being kept for historical reference only.)

Resources

Historical Resources

The following historical founding documents are relevant to informing the mission of Fedora Workstation, but many parts are obsolete and they are no longer effective governing documents.

WG resources

Working group resources and documents: