Just so y'all know this is coming up - I plan on being there to
represent, but seconds, backup, witty commentary, lurking, etc. is
For those who haven't yet seen a readiness meeting and wonder what it
looks like: a sample log for F12 is at
- this is the Beta log, the Alpha meeting was by phone last release.
It's mostly a sanity check and sync-up, and is really Not A Huge Deal,
but it's neat to see where all the other teams stand.
Historically, the role of Marketing in these meetings has been to say
"yeah, our release deliverables are looking good, <here are links!> and
we're not blocking anything nor being blocked by anyone, carry on!"
Let's keep up that track record.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Fedora 13 Alpha Readiness Meeting :: 2010-02-25 @ 21:00 UTC
Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2010 08:53:26 -0800
From: John Poelstra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
One week from today, February 25, 2010, we will meet to make sure we are
coordinated and ready for the public release of the Fedora 13 Alpha on
Tuesday, March 2, 2010.
place: irc.freenode.net #fedora-meeting
time: 21:00 UTC (4 PM Eastern)
This meeting works best when we have representatives from all of the
teams so we'll be looking for the following people to attend or send a
Ambassadors -- David Nalley
Design -- Máirín Duffy
Documentation -- Eric Christensen
FESCo -- Kevin Fenzi
Fedora Engineering Manager -- Tom "Spot" Callaway
Fedora Project Leader -- Paul Frields
Infrastructure -- Mike McGrath
Marketing -- Mel Chua
Quality -- James Laska
Release Engineering -- Jesse Keating
Translation -- Noriko Mizumoto
Websites -- Ricky Zhou
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