Catchup Mode

Lots of activity swirling, trying to keep up with it all.  Good timing for a 3-day weekend.

  • Nominations for the Fedora Board and Fedora Engineering Steering Committee elections are now open, May 15 – 29.  If you want to help set the direction that Fedora takes, consider running for these offices.
  • Fedora 11 is due out on June 2.  The Infrastructure team is in pre-release freeze mode, so I can’t break anything.  Wish I could give the same break to the Release Engineering team.
  • I found out this week that I’ll be presenting at the Linux Foundation’s new conference, LinuxCon, in Portland in September.  I’ve never been to Portland, so I’m especially looking forward to this.
  • Baseball season for my two boys is done.  I enjoyed being my oldest son’s coach far more than I thought initially.  I learned as much, if not more, than they did this year.  Someone really should write a better baseball lineup calculation program than what we used though, which was a spreadsheet manually filled in.  Should be easy (famous last words…  Last time I said this, I wound up writing MirrorManager.)
  • Another minute of fame, courtesy of Red Hat News.

1 comment on this post.
  1. Dustin Yeilding:

    Love the article and love the slogan, er I mean way of life. Lots of times I want to say that, but you know how it goes. Take care.