#75 Add office hours.
Merged 8 months ago by rbowen. Opened 8 months ago by rbowen.
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  ## Meeting schedule

  

- The IRC meetings schedule is driven by the [github.com/CentOS/Calendar](https://github.com/CentOS/Calendar) repository.  To propose a change or add a meeting, please submit a pull-request to that git-hub repository.  This repository is mirrored to git.centos.org.

+ The IRC meetings schedule is driven by the [github.com/CentOS/Calendar](https://github.com/CentOS/Calendar) repository.  To propose a change or add a meeting, please submit a pull-request to that github repository.  This repository is mirrored to git.centos.org.

  

- Here is the link to a `.ical` file containing all CentOS IRC meetings, for use in your favorite calendaring app: [iCalendar Meeting Schedule](/community/irc-meetings.ical)

+ The calendar is also available as an `.ical` file containing all CentOS IRC meetings, for use in your favorite calendaring app: [iCalendar Meeting Schedule](/community/irc-meetings.ical)

  

  A [list of all meetings](#list) is available below.

  

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  Here is a list of current meetings with their descriptions:

  

+ * [CentOS Office Hours](#CentOS_Office_Hours)

  * [Cloud SIG](#Cloud_SIG)

  * [Community Buildsystem & Infrastructure Meeting](#Community_Buildsystem_&_Infrastructure_Meeting)

  * [Config Management SIG](#Config_Management_SIG)

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  * [Storage SIG](#Storage_SIG)

  * [Virtualization SIG](#Virtualization_SIG)

  

+ ### <a name="CentOS_Office_Hours">CentOS Office Hours</a>

+ 

+ * Every four weeks on week 2 of the four week rotation on Wednesday at [1400 UTC](http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?hour=14&amp;min=00&amp;sec=0) in #centos-meeting

+ * Every four weeks on week 2 of the four week rotation on Thursday at [1000 UTC](http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?hour=10&amp;min=00&amp;sec=0) in #centos-meeting

+ * Chair (to contact for more information): Karanbir Singh (kbsingh), Rich Bowen (rbowen)

+ * [Link to Project Site](https://centos.org)

+ * Come join us for an informal hour of discussion. Bring your concerns about the project, suggestions for changes, or offers of help. This is not a tech support hour but rather is about the running of the project itself.

+ 

+ 

  ### <a name="Cloud_SIG">Cloud SIG</a>

  

  * Weekly on Thursday at [1500 UTC](http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?hour=15&amp;min=00&amp;sec=0) in #centos-meeting

  * Chair (to contact for more information): Rain Leander (leanderthal) and Kushal Das (kushal)

  * [Link to Project Site](http://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/Cloud)

- * The proposed CentOS Cloud SIG (CCS) is a group of people coming together to focus on packaging and maintaining different FOSS based Private cloud infrastructure applications that one can install and run natively on CentOS. We are a non vendor, non technology and non agent specific focus group, but we will gladly work with and build content to suit relevant niches or vendor ecosystems. This group specifically targets users who wish to install and run their own, independent ( or hybrid ) cloud infrastructure on CentOS Linux.

+ * The CentOS Cloud SIG (CCS) is a group of people coming together to focus on packaging and maintaining different FOSS based Private cloud infrastructure applications that one can install and run natively on CentOS. We are a non vendor, non technology and non agent specific focus group, but we will gladly work with and build content to suit relevant niches or vendor ecosystems. This group specifically targets users who wish to install and run their own, independent ( or hybrid ) cloud infrastructure on CentOS Linux.

  

  The CCS intends to take ownership of existing CentOS Project relationships with vendors, and help to maintain the updated package repositories for all participating cloud projects. 

  

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  LOCATION:#centos-meeting

  END:VEVENT

  BEGIN:VEVENT

+ SUMMARY:CentOS Office Hours

+ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210210T140000Z

+ DURATION:PT1H

+ RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;INTERVAL=4

+ DESCRIPTION:Project:  CentOS Office Hours\nChair:  Karanbir Singh (kbsingh

+  )\, Rich Bowen (rbowen)\nDescription:  Come join us for an informal hour o

+  f discussion. Bring your concerns about the project\, suggestions for chan

+  ges\, or offers of help. This is not a tech support hour but rather is abo

+  ut the running of the project itself.\n\nProject URL:  https://centos.org

+ LOCATION:#centos-meeting

+ END:VEVENT

+ BEGIN:VEVENT

+ SUMMARY:CentOS Office Hours

+ DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210211T100000Z

+ DURATION:PT1H

+ RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY;INTERVAL=4

+ DESCRIPTION:Project:  CentOS Office Hours\nChair:  Karanbir Singh (kbsingh

+  )\, Rich Bowen (rbowen)\nDescription:  Come join us for an informal hour o

+  f discussion. Bring your concerns about the project\, suggestions for chan

+  ges\, or offers of help. This is not a tech support hour but rather is abo

+  ut the running of the project itself.\n\nProject URL:  https://centos.org

+ LOCATION:#centos-meeting

+ END:VEVENT

+ BEGIN:VEVENT

  SUMMARY:Cloud SIG

  DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20210121T150000Z

  DURATION:PT1H

  RRULE:FREQ=WEEKLY

  DESCRIPTION:Project:  Cloud SIG\nChair:  Rain Leander (leanderthal) and Ku

-  shal Das (kushal)\nDescription:  The proposed CentOS Cloud SIG (CCS) is a 

-  group of people coming together to focus on packaging and maintaining diff

-  erent FOSS based Private cloud infrastructure applications that one can in

-  stall and run natively on CentOS. We are a non vendor\, non technology and

-   non agent specific focus group\, but we will gladly work with and build c

-  ontent to suit relevant niches or vendor ecosystems. This group specifical

-  ly targets users who wish to install and run their own\, independent ( or 

-  hybrid ) cloud infrastructure on CentOS Linux.\n\nThe CCS intends to take 

-  ownership of existing CentOS Project relationships with vendors\, and help

-   to maintain the updated package repositories for all participating cloud 

-  projects. \n\nProject URL:  http://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/Cl

-  oud

+  shal Das (kushal)\nDescription:  The CentOS Cloud SIG (CCS) is a group of 

+  people coming together to focus on packaging and maintaining different FOS

+  S based Private cloud infrastructure applications that one can install and

+   run natively on CentOS. We are a non vendor\, non technology and non agen

+  t specific focus group\, but we will gladly work with and build content to

+   suit relevant niches or vendor ecosystems. This group specifically target

+  s users who wish to install and run their own\, independent ( or hybrid ) 

+  cloud infrastructure on CentOS Linux.\n\nThe CCS intends to take ownership

+   of existing CentOS Project relationships with vendors\, and help to maint

+  ain the updated package repositories for all participating cloud projects.

+   \n\nProject URL:  http://wiki.centos.org/SpecialInterestGroup/Cloud

  LOCATION:#centos-meeting

  END:VEVENT

  BEGIN:VEVENT

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