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Submit a Fedora talk to DevConf.cz 2019

DevConf.cz 2019 is the free, Red Hat sponsored community conference for open source contributors. Developers, admins, DevOps engineers, testers, documentation writers and other contributors to Linux, middleware, virtualization, storage, cloud, and mobile technologies will meet in Brno, Czechia January 25-27, 2019. Join Fedora and other FLOSS communities to sync, share, and hack on upstream projects together.

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Submit a Fedora talk to DevConf.cz 2017 — by Friday, Nov. 11

DevConf.cz is a free annual conference for developers, admins, and users of Linux and JBoss, sponsored by Red Hat and held in Brno in the Czech Republic. This year Devconf .cz will be held from January 27 – 29, 2017. As always, we will have a Fedora track and significant Fedora community presence. I hope you will join us there!

I’d like to have as many high-quality and useful talks about Fedora or about other technologies on the Fedora platform as possible. Talk submissions are due in less than a week — Friday, November 11 at 11:59PM (UTC +1!). We’d love to hear from familiar experts and new voices, so if you have an idea, submit a talk here.

 

 

System CA certificate trust management review and planning meeting at DevConf

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System CA certificate trust management review and planning will happen at DevConf 2016 this year

The current system CA certificate trust store management tool as implemented by p11-kit supports only limited number of use-cases. We are trying to gather information from various people administering and developing for Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux on how it could be improved.

For this purpose we want to arrange an informal session during DevConf at Brno where we would discuss the current state of the implementation and gather input in the form of use-cases. These use-cases would be interesting to support with future development of p11-kit and additional tools.

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