Online Fedora Workshop Recording and Survey
If you’d like to follow along with the hands-on exercises you’ll need a local Fedora installation (we used version 5.1.0 for the workshop). If you don’t already have a local instance you can try the new Docker build. Please follow the directions in the readme after installing Docker, and let us know if anything is unclear. The 5.x-maintenance branch will build Fedora 5.1.0, while the main branch can be used to get the latest 6.0 development snapshot.
This workshop was our first attempt to bring some of our training materials online, and we’d like to continue building out these resources for the community. Please take a few minutes to fill out this brief survey and let us know which training topics are of most interest to you.
The current Fedora code sprint takes place July 6-10. The goals include:
The latest OCFL community meeting took place on June 10July 8. Notes and video from audio from the call are available online. The meeting focused on editorial community updates , including discussion around releasing 1.0 and finalizing a validator, and discussion around open tickets and pull requestsfrom Indiana University, University of Technology Sydney, University of Maryland, Fedora, and Samvera, the release of OCFL 1.0, composition of the editorial team, and Interest in defining community policies for merging community extensions. The next community call will take place on July 8August 12.
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