This page lists the communication channels of members of the Modularity Working Group (Modularity WG), related projects and also how you can contribute to the project.
There are two main communication channels the Modularity WG uses:
- IRC channel #fedora-devel on Libera.Chat
Most of the discussions happen on this IRC channel.
- email@example.com mailing list
The Modularity WG doesn’t have a dedicated mailing list. Instead, the Fedora Devel mailing list is used time to time for more complex decisions or announcements.
The Server SIG also discusses Modularity at times as the Server Edition is a primary stakeholder in the goals of the Modularity Objective.
Working Groups and Teams
Modularity is driven by the Modularity and DNF team.
Martin Čurlej firstname.lastname@example.org — Modularity product owner and tech lead
Petr Písař email@example.com — Developer and libmodulemd maintainer
Marek Kulik firstname.lastname@example.org — Developer and infrastructure
Jaroslav Mráček email@example.com — Modularity in DNF
However, Modularity couldn’t happen without other working groups contributing a significant portion of effort into it, i.e.:
General issues such as bugs or feature requests for the Modularity project can be created by anyone in the General Modularity issue tracker. This issue tracker is then processed by the team and new issues or even issues against other projects may be created as a result.
Issues with Content
Fedora Modules product in Bugzilla — Bugs in concrete Fedora modules.
fedora-module-defaults issue tracker — Setting default profiles, default streams, stream end of lives, obsoleted and replacing streams.
Tools Related to Modularity:
Fedora Infrastructure issue tracker — Issues related to Module Build Service (MBS) and particular MBS module builds (started with
fedpkg module-build). Use this tracker, for instance, if your build hangs without finishing or failing.
Module Build Service issue tracker — Issues regarding MBS source code. If your want to propose changing a syntax or semantics of the MBS input (modulemd documents) or the MBS output (RPM packages built in a module or resulting modular metadata), it does belong to the general tracker.
libmodulemd issue tracker — Issues regarding the modulemd specification, libmodulemd library, and modulemd-validator tool.
modulemd-tools issue tracker — A collection of tools for module maintainers.
DNF component in Bugzilla — Issues regarding the
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