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This is a page to coordinate the special interest group for Workstation/AtomicWorkstation. This SIG has regular bi-weekly meetings to keep the work on the project moving forward.

Areas of work include, but are not limited to:

  • 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

Name Timezone interests
OwenTaylor US/Eastern (preferably 9am-6pm) coordination, development model, flatpaks
Kalev Lember Europe/Stockholm (preferably 9am-6pm) gnome-software support, making sure everything aligns with regular Workstation goals
Sanja Bonic Europe/London (preferably 9am-6pm) Project Atomic, minimal installations, making sure desktop works for regular users
Matthias Clasen US/Eastern gnome, coordination with gnome-software/flatpak
Jonathan Lebon US/Eastern (preferably 9am-5pm) Project Atomic, rpm-ostree stack alignment
Micah Abbott US/Eastern (preferably 9am-5pm) Project Atomic, best practices for containerizing desktop, documentation, QE
Steve Milner US/Eastern (preferably 9am-5pm) Project Atomic, minimal installations, flatpack, development model
William Brown Australian EST (no DST) (UTC+10:00) 8am - 6pm Identity Management, FAW user, accessibility and usability, Quality


Our first meeting was on Monday, February 19, 14 UTC on BlueJeans.

For future meetings, we will move to #fedora-meeting-2 on See Fedocal for more information.

Please add to the agenda for meetings.

Meeting Notes