#66 [talk] Befriending the elephant in the room: Fedora/RHEL kernel
Closed: Talk Scheduled 2 years ago Opened 2 years ago by labbott.

1) What is your proposal?

Fedora serves as an important part of the development process for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), despite the two distributions having different focuses and development processes. The kernel in particular has long diverged to an extreme degree between RHEL and Fedora. There’s an increased interest to make Fedora more useful as a RHEL upstream by sharing a common kernel. The focus of this talk is to explain why Red Hat wants to synchronize with Fedora, what’s going to change and how this will be beneficial to both RHEL and Fedora.2

2) Who needs to be in the room for this to succeed?

  • Me (labbott)
  • Stef Walters (stefw)
  • Justin Forbes (jforbes)
  • Jeremy Cline (jcline)
  • Anyone who is interested in the kernel

3) Is this a…

60 minutes: Talk

4) Anything else we need to know?
Yay kernels!

5) Who are you?

Laura Abbott (labbott)

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2 years ago

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2 years ago

I'm interested in the kernel. :)

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2 years ago

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