#243 [Workshop]: Enjoy creating, enabling and running tests the same way in Fedora CI, RHEL CI, Packit and your localhost
Closed: Talk Scheduled 4 months ago by riecatnor. Opened 6 months ago by mvadkert.

What is your proposal?

Let's put some practice into the information provided in the talk #240 - "Enjoy creating, executing and enabling tests using tmt".

In this workshop we will provide a hands-on session on the Test Management Tool which is aiming to unify the testing experience between RHEL, Fedora and Packit. You can easily run it on your local Fedora machine.

The attendees of the workshop will experience an overview of all the features of the tool by following the workshop on their localhost. It will be possible to get help with their particular
use cases and ask additional questions.

Attendees will understand how they can enable the testing in Fedora CI, RHEL CI and with Packit.

Ideally the workshop should follow after the talk in the schedule.

Who needs to be in the virtual room for this to succeed?

Petr Splichal ... @psss 
Pavel Valena ... @pvalena

Is this a…

2 hours (110 minutes): Workshop

Anything else we need to know?


Who are you?

Name: Miroslav Vadkerti
FAS ID: mvadkert
Timezone: CEST

Metadata Update from @riecatnor:
- Issue tagged with: Hackfest - Work Session - Tutorial

6 months ago

Should people attend #240 before this workshop, or will it stand alone?

@mattdm ideally yes, it should get the users a bit more context which might get handy

Your session has been accepted for Nest with Fedora. Please review the attached schedule (PDF) and advise ASAP if there are any conflicts. The timezone used for the attached schedule is EST. Schedule will be locked by Tuesday August 4th. If you have further questions or need assistance, feel free to email mnordin@redhat.com or drop those inquiries on this ticket. Thanks!


Metadata Update from @riecatnor:
- Issue tagged with: Talk Accepted

5 months ago

Hi folks, please register for Nest at -> https://hopin.to/events/nest-with-fedora so I can set you up as a speakers. More info to come. Thanks!

Hi! Nest with Fedora is beginning shortly. I want to thank you for speaking at this years contributor conference, your time and effort is appreciated :)

I have outlined the basic process for speakers below. If you have questions, feel free to drop them here and I will do my best to answer them before the event begins.

How to get to your session:
Enter the event
Go to Sessions tab on the left at the correct time
Click your session
Accept permissions for audio/video
You're in!

Sessions are set up as moderated by the speakers. There is a maximum of 10 people on screen at once, though people can leave the screen and different attendees can request permission to join. The speaker(moderator) will have a moderation panel on the bottom left hand side to allow or deny the request. If you feel you need someone besides yourself to help with moderation, please make sure they are registered for the event and provide their full name here. Anyone can watch and participate in the chat. Sessions will be recorded.

To share slides, there is an option at the bottom to share your screen, where you can choose the window/tab to share. To share a video with audio, you can share your screen and play the audio on loud speaker (so your mic picks it up). Screen sharing works just as other video conferencing tools (like Google Meet, Bluejeans etc).

If you have technical issues during your session, contact one of the attendees labelled "Organiser" or myself, Marie Nordin, through the platforms direct message function.


  • riecatnor

Thank you for your participation at Nest with Fedora, it is appreciated. It was a great event and we have received a bunch of positive feedback.

Please attach slides or a link to slides here, and I will close the ticket as complete. If you did not use slides during your session, please comment to let me know.


Hi @mvadkert do you have slides you can upload/link to for your presentation? If so, please drop them here. Thanks!

@riecatnor hi, sorry missed the previous comment, for workshop we were using our Quick Start Guide:

Metadata Update from @riecatnor:
- Issue close_status updated to: Talk Scheduled
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)

4 months ago

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