Communicating and getting help
For general troubleshooting help related to Fedora, please refer to this page on the Fedora wiki. For anything NeuroFedora related, please use the following channels:
You can chat with us at #fedora-neuro on Libera.chat, or our Element/Matrix channel, or at @NeuroFedora on Telegram. They are all bridged so one can use any of them.
You can e-mail us on the NeuroFedora mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can follow updates related to NeuroFedora on the NeuroFedora blog at neuroblog.fedoraproject.org.
On Twitter, we are @NeuroFedora.
On LinkedIn, join us in the NeuroFedora SIG.
Other issues can be filed at our ticketing repository on Pagure.
We also have a ticketing repository on Github.
The NeuroFedora team hosts regular, open, public meetings every two weeks on the IRC and bridged Telegram and Element/Matrix channel channels. Everyone is welcome to attend these meetings.
Currently, these meetings are held on alternate Mondays at 1300 UTC, starting from September 07, 2020. Please subscribe to the mailing list or the NeuroFedora blog where agendas for the upcoming meetings are published.
The logs from all meetings are archived on the Fedora Mote web application. We use MeetBot to manage and document our meetings.
The usual agenda for the meetings is below. Please feel free to add to it when the meeting announcment is sent out to the mailing list.
- New introductions and roll call. - Tasks from last meeting: https://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/sresults/?group_id=neurofedora&type=team - Open Pagure tickets: https://pagure.io/neuro-sig/NeuroFedora/issues?status=Open&tags=S%3A+Next+meeting - Package health check: https://packager-dashboard.fedoraproject.org/user/neuro-sig - Open package reviews check: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=fedora-neuro - CompNeuro lab compose a status check for F36: https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/packageinfo?packageID=30691 - Neuroscience query of the week. - Next meeting day, and chair. - Open floor.
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