Fedora's Go Special Interest Group
Group of Fedora users, developers and contributors interested in Go in any way that want to contribute to improvement of packaging and general user experience in relation to Go.
Are you interested in building and deploying your Go based Application and Projects on Fedora? Are you interested in packaging Go based applications for Fedora? Are you interested in using Fedora as your system for developing Go based Applications and Projects? Or generally, you want to do anything with Go on Fedora. This is the group for you to share your experiences and concerns and look for help from people with similar interests.
Come and hang out with us at our communication channels and apply for membership.
To start meeting use command
#startmeeting Go SIG meeting.
Wait for all the participants to show up.
List of topics that are brought up at that meeting is determined by issues tagged with meeting in the pagure issue tracker.
To start covering topic
#topic "TOPIC" and in same way to start next one...
It is good to note action items via
#action "USERNAME" what they will do and other general noteworthy information via
#info SOME NOTE.
After covering all topics schelduled it is good to start an Open Floor discussion until there is nothing to discuss or time runs out.
To end the meeting use command
#endmeeting. After the meeting ends minutes and log of the meeting is available at the meetbot.
On some topics, we will need to vote. The following rules apply to the voting process.
For Regularly Scheduled Meetings:
A quorum for the meeting is 5 people, or 51% of the members of the SIG as listed in the group, whichever is lower. Votes are "+1" (in favor), "-1" (against), or +0 (abstain). Voting items must pass with a majority of the members voting at the meeting.
For General Ad-Hoc Votes:
At least 5 people must vote, or 51% of the SIG membership, whichever is less. Votes are "+1" (in favor), "-1" (against), or +0 (abstain). Votes pass by a simple majority of those voting.
For Urgent Ad-Hoc Votes:
At least 5 people must vote, or 51% of the SIG membership, whichever is less. Votes are "+1" (in favor), "-1" (against), or +0 (abstain). Votes pass by a 2/3 majority of those voting (round up).
Working days: non-holiday weekdays. Relevant holidays are the national holidays of the USA, Western Europe, India or any other territory that any member might be living in. If any voting period extends over such holiday, the member of the SIG that is affected by such holiday should mention that in the vote so the vote period can be extended.