pagure: a year in review
Quick overview of some of the bigger changes made to pagure recently
pingou is a software developer working at Red Hat for the Fedora Infrastructure. He has been leading the pagure project among others and is thrilled to talk to you about them!
DevOps Engineer by day, Linux systems aficionado and developer by night! Neal is a developer and contributor in Fedora, Mageia, and openSUSE, focusing primarily on the base Linux system components, such as package and software management. He's a big believer in "upstream first", which has led him all over the open source world.
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Pagure is a light-weight, git-centric forge where project can grow, team collaborate and benefit from a modern development workflow, be that in the open or behind the firewall of a company.
As every year pagure has seen quite a few changes happening. It gained a number of new features: light weight kanban board, customization of the new issue page, long lived API token, collaborators, git push via http and some more. We would like to have a review of the latest change made to pagure as well as give some hints about its roadmap.
- 2020 October 16 - 20:30
- 30 min
- Room 2
- Open Source
- The state of open source licensing clarity
- Start Time:
- 2020 October 16 20:30
- Room 1