Congratulations! You’re the new Fedora Program Manager. Whether you’re new to Red Hat, to the Fedora Community, or both, there’s a lot to learn. Here’s a list of things you’ll need to get started:
Fedora Account System (FAS)
You can’t do much of anything in Fedora without this. Visit the account signup page to create an account. If you already have one from your previous work with Fedora, then you’re all set.
Community mailing lists
Some you can self-subscribe to, others you will need to be added to. You can join as many lists as you’d like, but at a minimum you should have these.
council-private — Private Council discussions
devel — development discussions
devel-announce — announcements for development
meetingminutes — Minutes from all logged IRC meetings
rel-eng — Release engineering
test — QA team
triage — Discussion for prioritized bugs
Red Hat mailing lists
Smartsheet — This is where the scheduling magic happens
Product Pages admin access — This is the Red Hat internal tracking tool for products. To request access, fill out the PLM+ACI Google Form (Red Hat only)
Bugzilla — You will also need to request membership in the editcomponents group so that you can modify the Fedora component as needed.
More Red Hat internal setup information is in the Engineering Program Management Guide.
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