It’s been a busy month on the Fedora Messaging Notifications (FMN) Replacement team, but we’ve pushed through to the finish line and are very happy to announce the arrival of the shiny new FMN.Continue reading
This is a summary of the work done by Red Hat’s Community Platform Engineering (CPE) Team. Each quarter, the CPE Team, together with CentOS and Fedora community representatives, chooses initiatives to work on. The CPE Team is then split into multiple smaller sub-teams that will work on chosen initiatives + day to day work that needs to be done. Some of the sub-teams are continuous efforts in the team and some are created only for the initiative project.
This update is made from infographics and detailed updates. If you want to just see what’s new, check the infographics. If you want more details continue reading.Continue reading
Infra & Releng Team is a sub-team in Red Hat’s Community Platform Engineering (CPE) Team that takes care of Fedora Infrastructure, Fedora Release Engineering, and CentOS Infrastructure. This blog post is a summary of what the team did in 2022. It contains infographics as a quick review. Below that will be more detailed information about what you can see in the infographics.Continue reading
The Community Platform Engineering group, or CPE for short, is the Red Hat team combining IT and release engineering for Fedora and CentOS. We currently have a position open for a software engineer in India.Read more: CPE hiring a software engineer
We are hiring new talent to come work full time on Fedora, primarily as part of our Release Engineering group. You’ll get to work on the infrastructure that builds and ships the Fedora Linux release artifacts and updates. This role is perfect for anyone with experience or interest in Release Engineering.
Our goal is to keep core servers and services running and maintained, build releases, and perform other strategic tasks that need more dedicated time than volunteers can give.
See our docs for more information. We are looking forward to meeting you and hopefully working with you soon!
On behalf of the EPEL Steering Committee, I’m pleased to announce the availability of EPEL 9. This is the culmination of five months of work between the EPEL Steering Committee, the Fedora Infrastructure and Release Engineering team, and other contributors. Package maintainers can now request dist-git branches, trigger Koji builds, and submit Bodhi updates for EPEL 9 packages.
Instructions to enable the EPEL repository are available in our documentation. If there is a Fedora package you would like to see added to EPEL 9, please let the relevant package maintainer know with a package request.Continue reading
Hi there, I’m Aoife Moloney. You may remember me from such communications as the CPE office hours, Data Centre – what it means for you, and The Future of Communishift.
Over the last three months, the Community Platform Engineering team (or CPE for short as it’s long to keep typing) have been working on a few projects, and generally surviving 2020 like everyone else. But we made it, and so did our projects! Mostly… 🙂Continue reading
This year the annual Flock to Fedora conference moved online and renamed to Nest With Fedora. Even with the situation around COVID-19 and without the option to meet others in person, Nest was still an awesome conference with plenty of things to do. The conference was hosted on Hopin platform, which allowed organizers to provide conference wide presentations and the smaller sessions for other talks. There were also some social related activities, like booths or talking for a few minutes with random Fedoran. You could also invite anybody for a private talk. The Community Platform Engineering (CPE) Team was there and gave quite a lot of talks.Continue reading
Here’s your report of what has happened in Fedora this week. Elections voting is open through 11 June.Continue reading
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