Fedora, Linux, Red Hat

Fedora Packaging Workshop in Brno

Wanna learn how to create an RPM package and what to do to get it in the Fedora repositories? We’re organizing another Fedora packaging workshop. It’s going to take place in Brno office of Red Hat on October 9th. It’s a one-day workshop that starts at 10am and ends at 6pm. The workshop mentors are one of the most experienced Fedora/RHEL packagers – Stano Ochotnický, Miroslav Suchý, Ondřej Vašík, and Jaroslav Řezník. So don’t hesitate and sign up, the capacity is only 20 participants! 😉

Date: Wednesday, October 9th, 2013
Time: 10am to 6pm
Venue: Brno office of Red Hat, Purkynova 99/71, Brno, Czech Republic
Capacity: 20 participants
Registration: please fill out this form
Language: either Czech or English (will be decided at the beginning of the workshop. It depends if there will be any foreign participants)
Admission: Free
Requirements: a laptop with either Fedora or RHEL
Previous experience: no experience with packaging required

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7 thoughts on “Fedora Packaging Workshop in Brno

  1. From what I saw so far you/we should organize workshop not on RPM packaging but rather on the overall workflow. How to fetch patches/use git, how to handle backtraces, how to build in koji, how to use issue trackers, how to check for other distributions, etc. RPM and spec-files are simple, but the entire packager;s workflow is complex.

    1. This is an entry-level workshop. For people who haven’t yet packaged or have some small experience with RPM or packaged for other distributions. Last year, we also organized a follow-up workshop which was more advanced and where some of the things you mention were.
      If there is demand, we’ll do it again.

  2. Please, please, please organize an easy to understand (in almost stupid-easy English) web site that explains this process. I have tried reading some RPM packaging web sites, but they seem to be for people that know a lot more than I do and can’t make any sense of it.

    That way you could maybe offer help to more than just 20.

    Thank you.

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