The Fedora.Next concept
This is where the idea of Fedora-Hubs evolved from. There are three components to this proposal:
1. Fedora “Brochure” Site
2. A Fedora User Support Site
3. A Fedora “Community Hub” —→ The idea of Fedora-Hubs
Read the whole idea about Fedora.Next here
Fedora Hubs is a modern, web based Fedora activity center.
Need of Fedora-Hubs
1. Currently, the fedora web presence involves:
– mailing lists
2. It become daunting for new Fedora contributors to keep a track of various projects and teams they’re involved with in Fedora. Fedora-Hubs provides them a workflow.
Sometimes, new contributors have trouble using IRC because of the available chat systems they’re accustomed to. With the IRC widget of Fedora-Hubs, new contributors can use IRC without having to install anything.
4. It is like a social network for Fedora contributors.
5. Existing contributors can use it to collect their:
and keep a track of their activities.
Getting Started with Fedora-Hubs
The source code of Fedora Hubs resides in Pagure. You can find the source code here.
Fedora-Hubs uses Fedora Accounts System (FAS) to contribute as well as use. You can create a FAS acoount here.
Features in Fedora-Hubs
1. List of open tickets widget
2. General Activity Stream
3. Easy fixes
Checkout the issues page for a list of expected features.
Most of the discussion takes place here
a specific channel for Fedora Hubs
Subscribe to mailing list here
Get more information from
1. Máirín Duffy:
IRC nick: mizmo
2. Meghan Richardson:
3. Ryan Lerch:
IRC nick: ryanlerch
4. Ralph Bean:
IRC nick: threebean
5. Pierre Yves-Chibon:
IRC nick: pingou
6. Remy Decausemaker:
IRC nick: decause
1) Fedora-Hubs Wiki:
2) A collection of all the blogs on Fedora-Hubs by Máirín Duffy:
3) The blog of Meghan Richardson where you can get a lot of detailed information on Fedora-Hubs:
4) Post-Its on Fedora-Hubs by Ryan Lerch:
5) A news article on Fedora-Hubs:
6) A video of Máirín Duffy & Meghan Richardson on “Enabling new contributors with Fedora Hubs” in Flock 2015
7) A Brainstorm Session on “Enabling New Contributors in Fedora”:
8) A video on “Fedora Hubs Hackfest 2015”:
9) A PiratePad link to the discussion on Fedora-Hubs:
10) Links to all mockup resources:
a) The github source of all mockups:
Checkout “My contributions to Fedora-Hubs”.