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This is a temporary page to coordinate the creation of a special interest group to coordinate work on Workstation/AtomicWorkstation. The idea is that the SIG would have regular (bi-weekly?) meetings to keep the work on the project moving forward.

Possible areas of work are:

  • Keeping the OSTree and installer composing, installing, and working
  • Increasing automated testing done on the OSTree image
  • Making sure that open technical questions and pull requests are dealt with
  • Documentation, including best practices for development on an OSTree system
  • General initiative planning - milestones, promotion, etc.
  • Figuring out technical next steps

If you are interested in participating, please add yourself below, or mail One possible meeting time would be opposite weeks from the Workstation Working Group meeting at 14:00 UTC on Mondays. (First thought it was at 13:00 UTC, which is why the extra column)

Name Monday 13utc? 8us/eastern Monday 14utc? 9us/eastern Timezone interests
OwenTaylor Possible Good US/Eastern (preferably 9am-6pm) coordination, development model, flatpaks
Kalev Lember Good Good Europe/Stockholm (preferably 9am-6pm) gnome-software support, making sure everything aligns with regular Workstation goals
Sanja Bonic Good Good Europe/London (preferably 9am-6pm) Project Atomic, minimal installations, making sure desktop works for regular users
Matthias Clasen Good Good US/Eastern gnome, coordination with gnome-software/flatpak
Jonathan Lebon Good Better (until 9:45) US/Eastern (preferably 9am-5pm) Project Atomic, rpm-ostree stack alignment
Micah Abbott Possible Preferable US/Eastern (preferably 9am-5pm) ProjectAtomic, best practices for containerizing desktop, documentation, QE
Steve Milner Possible Preferable US/Eastern (preferably 9am-5pm) ProjectAtomic, minimal installations, flatpack, development model

First meeting took place Monday, February 19, 14utc, on Bluejeans. See the notes from the meeting.