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+ include::ROOT:partial$attributes.adoc[]

+ 

+ = Fedora Community Operations (CommOps)

+ 

+ image::commops-logo.png[CommOps logo]

+ 

+ Community Operations (CommOps) provides tools, resources, and utilities for different sub-projects of Fedora to improve effective communication.

+ The following areas are examples of where CommOps focuses:

+ 

+ * Work closely with xref:council::fcaic.adoc[Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator] to prioritize key focus areas

+ * Assist xref:council::fpgm.adoc[Fedora Program Manager] with release preparations

+ * Support preparation and execution of https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Elections[Fedora Elections]

+ * Work with sub-projects and teams to improve on-boarding methods and practices

+ * Use metrics and data to improve understanding of Fedora community

+ ** Support development of metrics tooling

+ * And more (detailed below)

+ 

+ image::infographic-2020.png[Infographic with statistics about Fedora Community Operations. Created by Smera Goel.]

+ 

+ 

+ [[find-commops]]

+ == Where to find CommOps

+ 

+ The CommOps team uses a {DISCOURSE}[Discourse] forum and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Relay_Chat[IRC] channel to communicate.

+ 

+ The {DISCOURSE}[Discourse forum] is best for _asynchronous_ communication.

+ This means it is best for questions or topics that someone may respond to later.

+ It is better for longer, threaded discussions.

+ 

+ The CommOps IRC channel on the https://libera.chat/[Libera.chat IRC network] is best for _synchronous_ communication.

+ This means it is best for quick feedback, like in a conversation.

+ It is helpful for real-time discussions or getting someone's attention.

+ Additionally, the CommOps IRC channel is bridged to a Telegram group, if Telegram is more convenient.

+ 

+ Discourse forum:: {DISCOURSE}[{DISCOURSE}]

+ IRC channel:: https://libera.chat/[#fedora-commops] on Libera.chat

+ Telegram group:: https://t.me/fedoracommops[@fedoracommops] on Telegram

+ 

+ First time using IRC?

+ Look into https://opensource.com/article/17/5/introducing-riot-IRC[Riot], a free and open source client that connects to various IRC networks.

+ Riot also keeps you connected to IRC even when you're not connected to the Internet.

+ 

+ 

+ [[workflow]]

+ == Workflow

+ 

+ CommOps uses a ticket-based workflow to keep track of our work.

+ The repository with tickets is found on https://pagure.io/fedora-commops[pagure.io/fedora-commops].

+ Tickets are found under the _https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issues[Issues]_ menu.

+ 

+ Various tags are listed at the top of the _Issues_ page.

+ For good beginner tasks, look at the _https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issues?status=Open&tags=good+first+issue[good first issue]_ tag.

+ 

+ 

+ [[meetings]]

+ == Meetings

+ 

+ CommOps holds a meeting once a week on IRC to check in on tasks and plan ahead.

+ Check the https://apps.fedoraproject.org/calendar/commops/[CommOps calendar] for the current date and time.

+ 

+ Past meeting minutes are recorded in https://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/teams/commops/[Meetbot].

+ 

+ 

+ [[meeting-format]]

+ === Meeting format

+ 

+ The upcoming meeting agenda is found on the Fedora https://infinote.fedoraproject.org/cgit/infinote/tree/meeting-templates/fedora-commops-meeting-next[Infinote server].

+ Meetings follow an agenda split into five parts:

+ 

+ . **Roll call**: Waiting for others to arrive, opportunity to introduce yourself and ask general questions

+ . **Announcements**: Any news or updates to share

+ . **Action items from last meeting**: Follow-up on `#action` items from previous meeting

+ . **Tickets**: Discussion and follow-up on tickets https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issues?status=Open&tags=meeting[marked for meetings]

+ . **Open floor**: General discussion or comments

+ 

+ 

+ [[what-commops-does]]

+ == What CommOps does

+ 

+ CommOps focuses on a few key areas, both technical and non-technical.

+ 

+ === Culture

+ 

+ The Fedora Project builds and ships a Linux distribution, but there is a community behind the technical work and planning.

+ In Fedora, we have the xref:project::index.adoc#_what_is_fedora_all_about[Four Foundations] to represent our community culture.

+ The Fedora community represents a set of ethics and values to how we build our distribution.

+ These ethics and values create the culture of the Fedora Project.

+ When working in the community, mindfulness of this culture enriches and supports the different sub-communities inside of Fedora.

+ 

+ CommOps builds community infrastructure of support and acceptance for the Fedora community's culture.

+ The _Friends_ foundation is there for a reason.

+ The community infrastructure CommOps assists with builds on top of the _Friends_ foundation.

+ People enjoy contributing in a community where they feel valued for who they are and what they bring to the community, not just that they are useful.

+ CommOps supports this through some of our tasks relating to culture.

+ 

+ Examples of things we help with to build and support the culture of the Fedora community:

+ 

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/17[Interviewing Fedora community members]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/110[Fedora Appreciation Week]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/138[Top Badgers of the Year]

+ 

+ === Elections

+ 

+ There are a few elected bodies in Fedora: the xref:project::leadership.adoc[Fedora Council], xref:mindshare::index.adoc[Mindshare Committee], and xref:fesco::index.adoc[FESCo].

+ Every new Fedora release, the community holds elections for these bodies.

+ Each election takes "wrangling" work to pull it together.

+ This includes calling for nominations, conducting interviews with candidates, and raising awareness during the voting window.

+ 

+ CommOps supports the xref:council::fpgm.adoc[Fedora Program Manager] in organizing and executing elections.

+ These responsibilities consist of curating content on the xref:community-blog.adoc[Community Blog], creating interview templates, and outreach to grow awareness.

+ 

+ Examples of things we do to help organize and execute Fedora elections:

+ 

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/7[Fedora Elections and CommOps Coverage]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/19[Improve automation of Elections communication]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/93[Better explain roles of Council and FESCo]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/107[Automated Fedocal reminders to send to all mailing lists for upcoming Elections]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/112[Create August 2017 election interview templates for candidates]

+ 

+ === Storytelling

+ 

+ Messaging and storytelling bring the Fedora Project "story" to both contributors and user communities.

+ Every year, a https://mattdm.org/fedora/2018flock/2018-State-of-Fedora.pdf[couple thousand people] work on Fedora.

+ Messaging is a way of sharing our story in multiple formats.

+ We bring the message of what we _as a community_ are doing out to others.

+ Others include our contributors working in other areas of the project and users interested in what the Fedora community produces.

+ When we share our story with each other, we are aware of other work happening in the Fedora community.

+ Communicating the story of Fedora keeps our contributors moving together towards our goals.

+ Good messaging helps our users better understand the goals and objectives of Fedora and how we plan to get there.

+ 

+ CommOps supports messaging by working with other sub-projects and teams to tell their own stories.

+ CommOps provides help to "dig out" the stories and tools to share them widely.

+ This includes tasks like interviews, sharing activities by Fedora contributors, running retrospectives, and more.

+ These tasks keep contributors in sync with what we're working on.

+ They are direct actions to keep everyone on the same page.

+ 

+ Examples of things we do to support messaging and tell stories:

+ 

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/4[Interviews about goals for team sprints]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/66[Call for nominations of a Working Group]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/98[Covering upcoming talks by Fedora contributors at a major conference]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/100["Help Wanted" columns]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/129[Year in Review blog series]

+ 

+ === Metrics

+ 

+ CommOps measures community health and engagement through extensive metrics and data available about Fedora.

+ {FEDMSG}[fedmsg] is a messaging bus with data about activity in the Fedora community.

+ The data includes activity like git commits, new blog posts, wiki page edits, software build status, IRC meeting notes, and more.

+ CommOps works with fedmsg to tell stories about our community, but specific types of stories.

+ The stories told with metrics are helpful to understand what we may be doing right or wrong.

+ It gives us a data-driven way to understand our huge community.

+ 

+ CommOps directly supports metrics in Fedora through development time and data-driven storytelling.

+ Some members develop existing software or build new scripts to analyze data.

+ Others use the data to write reports or studies on how the Fedora community works.

+ Ultimately, metrics are a largely technical area that CommOps helps with.

+ 

+ Examples of metrics work and data-driven storytelling we do:

+ 

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/32[Analyzing Fedora contributor activity]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/88[Fedora release party metrics]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/109[Understanding contributor activity by geographic location]

+ 

+ === Supporting sub-projects

+ 

+ CommOps assists other sub-projects and teams in following best practices and communicating effectively.

+ We work with other teams to help them on-board new contributors into their teams.

+ This includes creating Fedora Badge requests, reviewing guidelines, and making Fedora services and tools more understandable.

+ 

+ Examples of sub-project support and on-boarding work:

+ 

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/62[Wiki gardening of Fedora Join]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/69[Fedora Modularity onboarding]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/76[Update Onboarding Calendar for GSoC 2016]

+ * https://pagure.io/fedora-commops/issue/95[Onboarding: DotNet SIG]

+ 

+ 

+ [[join-commops]]

+ == Join CommOps

+ 

+ Read our guide on xref:contribute/join.adoc[how to join the CommOps team].

+ 

+ CommOps always welcomes new contributors.

+ Whether you are a newcomer or an old-timer, there are ways to get involved.

+ Join CommOps to:

+ 

+ * Build your portfolio in open source community management

+ * Directly see the impact of your contributions over time

+ * Gain a holistic view of the Fedora Project and learn how the pieces fit together

+ * Work directly with Fedora Project leadership

+ * Work with teammates from around the world

+ * Aspire to the greatness of a community superheroine or superhero

+ 

+ .Join the CommOps team today

+ [link="contribute/join/"]

+ image::https://fedoraproject.org/w/uploads/7/72/Happypanda.png[Happy Panda,100]

+ 

+ 

+ [[toolbox]]

+ == Toolbox

+ 

+ The CommOps toolbox explains tools and services often used by the team.

+ The tools are organized by purpose and use.

+ 

+ [[communication-tools]]

+ === Communication tools

+ 

+ These are communication tools to share content and information with others in the Fedora community.

+ 

+ xref:community-blog.adoc[Community Blog] (CommBlog) - https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/[communityblog.fedoraproject.org]::

+ Centralized blog for contributors to publish news, activities, or calls for help to the rest of the project.

+ Useful place for getting an inside scoop on "what's happening" in Fedora.

+ 

+ https://infrastructure.fedoraproject.org/cgit/ansible.git/tree/roles/fedmsg/irc/templates/ircbot.py?id=0279643#n77[ircbot.py]::

+ Python script for fedmsg notifications in https://libera.chat/[#fedora-commops].

+ Relays real-time updates and changes relating to CommOps in our IRC channel.

+ 

+ 

+ [[metrics-tools]]

+ === Metrics tools

+ 

+ These tools access and use the Fedora messaging bus, {FEDMSG}[**fedmsg**].

+ With these tools, you can generate metrics, analyze data, and interact with fedmsg.

+ 

+ https://github.com/fedora-infra/fedora-stats-tools/blob/develop/annualgrepper.py[annualgrepper]::

+ Gather raw fedmsg totals on https://fedora-fedmsg.readthedocs.io/en/latest/topics.html[topics] in the last year

+ 

+ https://pagure.io/cardsite[cardsite]::

+ Live fedmsg tracker inspired by http://emojitracker.com/[emojitracker]

+ 

+ https://github.com/fedora-infra/fedora-stats-tools/blob/develop/daily-briefing.py[daily-briefing.py]::

+ Template that takes lists of URLs, generates summary reports of daily Meetbot links and action items (manual now, can be automated!)

+ 

+ https://apps.fedoraproject.org/datagrepper/[datagrepper]::

+ The powerhouse tool to interact with fedmsg.

+ Using HTTP GET requests, query for historical data from fedmsg.

+ Examples include events by username, by package, by message source, and more.

+ 

+ {FEDMSG}[fedmsg]::

+ Python package and API that hooks into various Fedora Infrastructure services.

+ Sends messages from each service to a unified message bus in real-time.

+ fedmsg drives and powers all the metrics tools we have.

+ 

+ https://github.com/fedora-infra/fedora-stats-tools[fedora-stats-tools]::

+ Multiple statistics tools, data, and slide decks for fedmsg metrics, Year in Reviews, and Fedora event metrics

+ 

+ https://pagure.io/feedcloud[feedcloud]::

+ Takes an RSS feed or list of RSS feeds and generates fancy word-clouds for them

+ 

+ https://pagure.io/gsoc-stats[gsoc-stats]::

+ Python tool to generate statistics about Fedora contributors

+ 

+ https://github.com/fedora-infra/fedora-stats-tools/blob/develop/longtail-analyze.py[longtail-analyze.py], https://github.com/fedora-infra/fedora-stats-tools/blob/develop/longtail-gather.py[longtail-gather.py]::

+ Measure the ratio of activity per user to approximate burnout

+ 

+ https://github.com/fedora-infra/fedora-stats-tools/blob/develop/meetbot-fedmsg-activity.py[meetbot-fedmsg-activity.py]::

+ Jinja2 template that creates links to Meetbot activities

+ 

+ https://pagure.io/wordcloudbot[wordcloudbot]::

+ Create pretty wordclouds from IRC meeting logs

+ 

+ 

+ [[other]]

+ === Other

+ 

+ Other tools that don't belong elsewhere fit under here.

+ 

+ https://github.com/OSAS/rh-events[OSAS/rh-events]::

+ Data for Red Hat conference and talk attendance.

+ Useful for plotting events in our own calendar and keeping track of what's happening in the open source community.

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  * https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/commops/teams/advocate-team-overview/[**Advocates**] - Advocates are people who organize or help organize small events

  

- * https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/commops/#commops.adoc[**CommOps**] - Community Operations (CommOps) provides tools, resources, and utilities for different sub-projects of Fedora to improve effective communication

+ * xref:contribute/commops-landing.adoc[**CommOps**] - Community Operations (CommOps) provides tools, resources, and utilities for different sub-projects of Fedora to improve effective communication

  

  * https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/commops/#join.adoc[**Join**] - The Fedora Join Special Interest Group (SIG) aims to set up and maintain channels that let prospective contributors engage with the community

  

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