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Meeting schedule

The IRC meetings schedule is driven by the 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.

The calendar is also available as an .ical file containing all CentOS IRC meetings, for use in your favorite calendaring app: iCalendar Meeting Schedule

Note that you should subscribe to this link, rather than import it, because it is subject to change.

A list of all meetings is available below.

Logging

CentOS IRC channels and meetings are often logged using a https://wiki.centos.org/SIGGuide#SIGGuide.2FSIGProcess.2FDailyWorkings.Meetbot_Commands, for the purpose of taking minutes. You can find meeting minutes here.

Meeting List

Here is a list of current meetings with their descriptions:

Board of Directors

  • Monthly, in the third week, on Wednesday at 1400 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Rich Bowen (rbowen) and Thomas Oulevey (alphacc)
  • Board of Directors open discussion. Scheduled for one week after the monthly Board of Directors meeting

CentOS Office Hours

  • Monthly, in the second week, on Thursday at 1000 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Rich Bowen (rbowen)
  • Link to Project Site
  • 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. This meeting is monthly on the second Wednesday of each month. Speak up if you have anything to address.

CentOS Stream Office Hours (meet.opensuse, not IRC)

Cloud SIG

  • Monthly, in the third week, on Thursday at 1500 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Jefro Osier-Mixon (JeffreyOsierMixon), acting
  • Link to Project Site
  • The purpose of the Automotive SIG is two-fold. First, it is meant to be a neutral public space for collaboration between third parties interested in open development of software targeted at in-vehicle automotive use cases. Second, it is meant to provide such projects with build and test infrastructure. (This second purpose is, as we understand it, common to many SIGs)

The goal of the SIG is to provide an open-source home for RHEL-oriented automotive work, and to attract and encourage open development of automotive software between commercial and non-commercial partners.

Please join us!

Cloud SIG

  • Monthly, in the first week, on Thursday at 1500 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Alfredo Moralejo Alonso (amoralej) and Paul B. Isaacs (paulbisaacs)
  • Link to Project Site
  • 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.

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.

CPE Infra and Releng Team stand-up

  • Weekly on Monday at 0830 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Weekly on Tuesday at 0830 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Weekly on Wednesday at 0830 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Weekly on Thursday at 0830 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Each CPE team member, on rotation
  • Link to Project Site
  • Infra and Releng is a sub team of Community Platform Engineering in Red Hat. They maintain and develop applications for CentOS and Fedora

Hyperscale SIG

  • Every two weeks (on odd weeks) on Wednesday at 1600 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Davide Cavalca (dcavalca) and Justin Vreeland (jvreeland)
  • Link to Project Site
  • The Hyperscale SIG focuses on enabling CentOS Stream deployment on large-scale infrastructures and facilitating collaboration on packages and tooling.

Hyperscale SIG monthly hangout

Infrastructure SIG

  • Every two weeks (on odd weeks) on Monday at 1400 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Aoife Moloney (amoloney) or Brian Stinson (bstinson)
  • Link to Project Site
  • The CentOS Infrastructure SIG will provide a working group to manage all CentOS infrastructure. It will be responsible for oversight of all infrastructure resources, and providing guidelines for who may be granted administrative access to shared services.

Kmods SIG

  • Every two weeks (on even weeks) on Monday at 1500 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Peter Georg (pjgeorg) and Jonathan Billings (billings)
  • Link to Project Site
  • The kmods SIG focuses on providing kernel modules currently not available in CentOS Stream.

NFV SIG

  • Monthly, in the first week, on Wednesday at 1500 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Alfredo Moralejo (amoralej)
  • Link to Project Site
  • The goal of NFV SIG is to provide a set of packages related to virtual networking and Network Function Virtualization for CentOS and pursue the cooperation between different users and projects sharing the interest on these software pieces.

  • Link to Agenda

OpsTools SIG

Software Collections SIG Sync-up

  • Every two weeks (on even weeks) on Tuesday at 1400 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Jan StanÄ›k (jstanek)
  • Link to Project Site
  • The Software Collections SIG will provide an upstream development area for various software collections and related tools. Developers can build on and extend existing SCLs, so they don't need to re-invent the wheel or take responsibility for packaging unnecessary dependencies.

Storage SIG

  • Monthly, in the first week, on Tuesday at 1000 UTC in #centos-meeting2
  • Chair (to contact for more information): Karanbir Singh (kbsingh), Niels de Vos (ndevos), Giulio Fidente (gfidente)
  • Link to Project Site
  • The CentOS Storage Special Interest Group (SIG) is a collection of like-minded individuals coming together to ensure that CentOS is a suitable platform for many different storage solutions. This group will ensure that all Open Source storage options seeking to utilize CentOS as a delivery platform have a voice in packaging, orchestration, deployment, and related work. We meet monthly on the first Tuesday of the month.

  • Link to Agenda

Virtualization SIG

  • Every two weeks (on even weeks) on Wednesday at 1600 UTC in #centos-meeting
  • Chair (to contact for more information): George Dunlap (gwd)
  • Link to Project Site
  • The CentOS Virtualisation Special Interest Group ( virt-sig ) is a group of people coming together to promote and use CentOS Linux as a base platform as a suitable platform for various virtualisation efforts. This includes type-1 and type-2 hypervisors like Xen and KVM, containers and containment based technologies like LXC and other system and process level virtualisation technologies in the future.

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