#270 [Talk-25] Using source-git to maintain packages in Fedora
Closed: Talk Scheduled 4 months ago by riecatnor. Opened 6 months ago by csomh.

1. What is your proposal?

This talk is going to be a short walk-through of the source-git concept, how it's different from dist-git and how it can help to remove mundane, repetitive packaging activities while creating a better, more accessible environment for collaboration. Participants will also learn about Packit and Packit-as-a-Service, a CLI tool and a GitHub app which facilitate working with source-git repositories, while also keeping them in sync with dist-git.

2. Who in addition to the speaker needs to be in the virtual room for this to succeed? This could be the audience you need to reach, other participants in the conversation, or other stakeholders.

This talk is for packagers who are interested in trying out a new workflow to package for Fedora.

3. Is this a…

  • 25 minute Talk

4. Anything else we need to know?


  1. Who are you?
  • Name: Hunor Csomortáni
  • FAS ID: csomh
  • Timezone: UTC+2

ptal @ttomecek

looking really good! wanna see it!


Metadata Update from @riecatnor:
- Issue tagged with: General

6 months ago

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

Hello, I made adjustments to the schedule based unrelated scheduling conflicts. Your session was moved back an hour. The timezone for the attached schedule is EDT. Please review and let me know if there are any conflicts.



Hi @csomh, please register at -> https://hopin.to/events/nest-with-fedora so I can add you as a speaker. 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
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Click your session
Accept permissions for audio/video
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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.


Hey @riecatnor , apologies for the late reply. Here is a link to the slides:


Thank you for organising Nest with Fedora!

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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