Fedora at Red Hat Summit 2018

Red Hat Summit is the annual conference where Red Hat comes together with its customers, partners, and key communities. It all starts tomorrow, and the Fedora Community will be out in force.

Fedora & CentOS booth

One of the main features of the Partner Pavilion at summit is the gigantic Community Central area. Anchoring that space are the Fedora and CentOS booths, side-by-side. At the booth you’ll find Fedora Project Leader Matthew Miller, Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator Brian Exelbierd, and others . Drop by to grab some stickers and chat about all the awesome things happening in Fedora. Do you collect Fedora Badges?  You can ‘collect’ your Summit 2018 badge at the booth too.

FPL Matthew Miller at Summit booth

Fedora BoF

On Wednesday afternoon is the Fedora BoF (Birds of a Feather) session.  This session provides the opportunity to meet up with Fedora users & contributors. Join the discussion on the direction of the project and get background and metrics on the project as a whole, as well as the various Fedora sub-projects. This BoF, is also an awesome place to help get you started as a user, administrator, or developer — everyone is welcome!


Events Fedora Project community


  1. I want to start a sub project called “#FedoraEDU!”. How do I connect with folks about bringing Fedora to educational institutions; with little to no internet access?

    • Paul M

      Sounds fantastic! I am a network manager in a school here in the UK and any project like this would get a thumbs up and support from us.

      • In order for #FedoraEDU to succeed is to reach out to schools; that either don’t have computers OR don’t have internet access. If we join forces with Raspberry Pi (raspberrypi.org,) #FedoraEDU could thrive! I will post a proposal on my twitter, @MarkusMcLaughln soon! Cheers! 😀

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