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The furture of Fedora

The furture of Fedora

A brief of Fedore.next - the future of Fedora.
Presented at Fedora 20 release party Hanoi.

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Anh Tuan TRUONG

December 26, 2013
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  1. Fedora.next Truong Anh Tuan Presented by FAmSCo, Server WG member

    License statement goes here. See https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing#Content_Licenses for acceptable licenses. The future of Fedora
  2. Today's Topics 1. Fedora.next a. Quick Summary b. Target Products

    c. Base Design d. Environments & Software Stacks e. Working Groups 2. Server Working Group – updates
  3. Fedora.next

  4. Make three separate products Focus planning, development, and marketing on,

    but also make it easier for community members to produce alternatives Define a common core and provide interface Software to be part of the Fedora universe without being in one of the Fedora OS products or even in the distribution itself Quick Summary
  5. Quick Summary – Rings Ring 0 JeOS

  6. Three distinct products: Fedora Workstation Fedora Server and Fedora Cloud

    Primary architectures must target at least one of the Fedora OS products, but do not need to produce all three Target Products
  7. This is the common base on which the Fedora OS

    products will be built Language stacks and environments will be able to assume that this is available and consistent across all of Fedora Base Design
  8. Currently, the Fedora Packaging Guidelines apply to all software Create

    new guidelines for how software may be included under the Fedora umbrella without necessarily conforming Work to enable new ways of doing things on top of the Fedora base. Env & Software Stacks
  9. Independent sub-committees of FESCo with membership selected by FESCo from

    community volunteers Creating policies and guidelines around their specific area and implementing the tooling needed to fulfill those goals Make decisions independently FESCo is responsible for resolving any issues which impact more than one target product Working Groups
  10. Product Working Groups: Fedora Workstation Fedora Server Fedora Cloud Base

    Design Working Group Environments & Software Stacks Working Group Working Groups (list)
  11. Server WG Updates

  12. Server Working Group Resources: Mailing list: server@lists.fedoraproject.org IRC: #fedora-server on

    freenode Blog: http://fedoraserver-wgblog.rhcloud.com/ Wiki: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Server Meetings: The Server working group meets weekly on Tuesdays at 11 AM ET in #fedora-meeting-1. Resources & Meetings
  13. Stephen Gallagher (sgallagh) Jim Perrin (Evolution) David Strauss (davidstrauss) Truong

    Anh. Tuan (tuanta) Máirín Duffy (mizmo) Kevin Fenzi (nirik) Miloslav Trmač (mitr) Simo Sorce (simo) Adam Williamson (adamw) Membership
  14. Approved Documents: Governance Charter: Approved 6 Nov 2013 Goals for

    Server Role Installation: Approved 19 Nov 2013 Working Documents: Product Requirements Document Use Cases for Fedora Server Personas (target users) for Fedora Server Short-Term and Long-Term Goals for Fedora Server Documents
  15. New Lifecycle proposal

  16. Basic LAMP stack installs base + httpd + mariadb +

    php Cloud Services Eucalyptus, Openstack Database Services MariaDB, PostgreSQL Domain Controller FreeIPA High Availability and Load Balancing Sample Server Roles
  17. The future of Fedora: Three products and community alternatives Working

    Groups to work on them Some updates on Server WG: Resources Governance Charter Documents & Proposals New Lifecycle proposal Summary
  18. Questions? License statement goes here. See https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing#Content_Licenses for acceptable licenses.

    example@fedoraproject.org Contact: