The NeuroFedora SIG's goal is provide neuroscience researchers (and enthusiasts!) a strong, easy to use, ready made FOSS platform for their work.
The first step towards this objective is to package as many of the tools that neuroscientists use to make them available in Fedora.
- Providing the package set that the neuro-debian project provides is a preliminary goal.
- Add additional packages, in the neurofedora COPR repositories or Flatpaks if required
- Release a Fedora spin
- Publicise the spin (publish a paper outlining the work here again following the neurodebian project paper?)
- Continue to enable neuroscience research, provide community support.
(A self contained change request proposed by this SIG in the past is detailed here)
Who we are
- Morgan Hough (mhough) <email@example.com>
- Igor Gnatenko (ignatenkobrain) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Adrian Alves (alvesadrian) <email@example.com>
- Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD" (ankursinha)
- Christian Kellner (gicmo)
There is no formal process for participating. Simply add yourself to our members-section above and apply to the Neuro-sig FAS group to gain access to the package set. While one is required to already be a package maintainer to join the group, we're happy to help you learn packaging and join the package maintainers group by co-maintaing packages with us.
- We have our maling list here: neuro-sig
- We also hang out on irc.freenode.net at .
We shall have them, and see how it goes.
- A complete list of packages with their current status can be seen on the packages page
- The Neuro-SIG group's page on src.fp.o also lists the already packaged software
- Packages under review can be seen using the tracker bug: RHBZ #1276941. Please feel free to pick them up for review.
- An older progress kanban board is here
Adding new software
When the package is approved. please modify the settings of the package on src.fedoraproject.org and give the neuro-sig group commit rights so that we can help maintain the whole package set.