Fedora @ BitCamp 2017: Event Report

So what is Bitcamp?   Bitcamp is an MLH sponsored Hackathon.  A Hackathon is more or less as one of this year’s attendees’ tweeted: “Bitcamp is like woodstock for nerds!!”. where hackers and mentors work together in this case over a 36 hour period to:

  1. make some new technology (or extension of existing one) –i.e. new or better module for VR controller, DIY Arduino Thermostats, IP camera monitors.
  2. Learn how to code (in most if not all languages out there and used)
  3. Network with vendors, other attendees, vendors and make more connections that can help them or their teammates in future ventures/learning.

We (Mike Depaulo and I) attended Bitcamp for yet a second year this past weekend.  We showcased Fedora’s Security and Robotics Labs as well as Workstation. I personally spent a large portion of my time helping several teams with mostly Web app/Website design and implementation of 2 Factor/multi-factor back-end support  (namely the OAuth2 and OpenID APIs).  DVD Media of 25 Workstation was in HIGH demand, so much so that of the 100 DVDs we had at the start by the start of Saturday morning’s Breakfast we had to start rationing distribution so as to have some throughout the event.

Surprising to me was the,  in general, decent knowledge of 2FA/MFA but the lack of its implementation server side for apps, largely due to, from what I heard from hackers, ‘It’s too hard, and will take longer than the hackathon to implement and polish up the app!!”. Thankfully in the case of the team behind ‘Scandicash’ a currency brokerage startup in attendance I was working with, we proved that statement wrong!!.  The public facing site is still in the works so sadly no link for publishing at the time of this report.

During intermittent wifi stability, I happened to show a few very interested Developers some of the finer things and options of Cockpit and using locally stored mirrors for development pods and deployment. (That part was REAL fun).

Sadly, I was called back to work mid-event but I was pleased with the connections and time I was able to spend with my colleague Mike AND the hackers and other vendors.  I was even asked about having Fedora sponsor or at least provide mentors for a few NE hackathons in the coming fall term, Namely YCPHacks and HoyaHacks

https://pagure.io/ambassadors-na/tasks/issue/174

https://pagure.io/ambassadors-na/tasks/issue/175

With any luck, Fedora will be in attendance in some manner for at least one of those upcoming Hackathons.

In closing, I’d love to give a few shootouts,

BSN, Back Stage Networks, in collaboration with MAX Media for the Donated Ethernet and whilst dodgy at times also the WiFi. With special Shootouts to Dan and Josh.

UofMD, Events / Concessions Staff, This was a VERY WELL executed Hackathon 

Major League Hacking, who works with SEVERAL Universities and sponsors/partners to make such Hackathons like Bitcamp a recurring success.

and of course, not the least of them all ALL of you HACKERS, that continue to push both your mentors and technology/mindsets to and often beyond the current perceived envelope of feasibility and doing it year round in 24-48 hour cram sessions where Humble mentors/sponsors like my colleague and I and Fedora may continue to be amazed.

 

 

 

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F25-20170221 Updated ISOs available!!

It is with great pleasure to announce that the Community run respin team has yet another Updated ISO round.  This round carries the 4.9.10-200 kernel along with 761 MB of updates (avg,  some Desktop Environments more, some less) since the Gold release.

Torrents files are available at the same link as usual alongside the .iso files.

Below are the contents of Both CHECKSUM512-20170221 and HASHSUM512-20170221 (the later is torrent hashes):

cat CHECKSUM512-20170221

(Clearsigned with 0x36BC4987EE525B60)

—–BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE—–
Hash: SHA512

1ed1b0468e0fc146bb7b92d90d09fa995a23acc515f111025c514317875add4a096795edaae7458b37f2e015faa2fdd8a8003d985afc7957a6c76fde110e461a F25-CINN-x86_64-20170221.iso
0408455ddb5c1d18e10c4bc2ebbb4887795ee1c6083a3c4e7bd5d6229930bf393a55bab0f19f4226b612aebe4586d728ec2ee5dfc8b49bc53a5667e03ccefe67 F25-KDE-x86_64-20170221.iso
a97ab34bed3b1f93b92a45fd65188640a5ce4809535c05cb1d30b86ece8adfad7dad83b0f4e8710698803c6cf3e7a9fd524890eafc1a59b14780dc0071d062bd F25-LXDE-x86_64-20170221.iso
2f296829e648da98201da8a6c6cdf3362753d22194764b05e1ef4750906f052ecfbf487f2411e1652fba00f48c0ddedaddf01d1144cc02ab3cbd233dc92a5b47 F25-MATE-x86_64-20170221.iso
03c795c09af05a00b771ddf0fbba85240a898197388ef49998a400833f33f16cd83202147a12990ba1617adde87e2c012e445ed9218a516f24a79c225b5a7ee8 F25-SOAS-x86_64-20170221.iso
3efa81950b7647af736fafc8cf9a02559dc99cd94fc130250286c7712310a279faeedbf353ec813a82bef80193502160d36fb50ad7dc8ce86fe0eadec68667d9 F25-source-20170221.iso
b11ca8005273251eff6853c01ffcf04c84abe44aef3716c5ec6355247b972f5813323d10cfb70911a05c7b0abdd00497937cd52008b205ff81f1186bcd56feef F25-WORK-x86_64-20170221.iso
52ef6db22c6c17df14e19eab50dc76459084d24f65f47e9ad7fc9de9cf6f6c97f5e47822a46f79354eb8328476084fc8ddb37ea9062a373ca4654327cef3fdbd F25-XFCE-x86_64-20170221.iso
—–BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE—–
Version: GnuPG v2

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=chRL
—–END PGP SIGNATURE—–

cat HASHSUM512-20170221

(Clearsigned with 0x36BC4987EE525B60)

—–BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE—–
Hash: SHA512

7496221ac06af3728a86661870feff124a028a30 – F25-CINN-x86_64-20170221.iso
5d0d3352288388505643e129ce6316300abe588c – F25-KDE-x86_64-20170221.iso
822642bfc94131a318008e5ae56ff05d7231b969 – F25-LXDE-x86_64-20170221.iso
2219277e39190cf32736c28ce5016a5bb36e33d3 – F25-MATE-x86_64-20170221.iso
152a11df6332acdaa5165b009dc6f737c39251d3 – F25-WORK-x86_64-20170221.iso
c14dc9b17c30c5d21de93c206be8e90e2ccf110a – F25-SOAS-x86_64-20170221.iso
8b9b0b4c69fc83d50a53ca5930939fcfb8d9c435 – F25-XFCE-x86_64-20170221.iso
—–BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE—–
Version: GnuPG v2

iQKbBAEBCgCFBQJYrLk/XxSAAAAAAC4AKGlzc3Vlci1mcHJAbm90YXRpb25zLm9w
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J33MeSs33Y2qXmr7ZvhhBZxrTT3NJz4kRDwepEItO1lc8Fu48TH8nVFPAghjOs95
X5/AetH+/1zQ1fVlpXpkit3J8ywxDHPPidYSYnjIa7iDtyaZTuBTGRaELplvYA==
=6UGR
—–END PGP SIGNATURE—–

First F25 Updated Live Respins are Now Available.

New year, and a new set of Updated lives, this time it’s Fedora 25.  If someone desires an one off updated live still for the Fedora 24 series thru it’s remaining lifecycle ( ~ July 2017) they can reach out to the team for help or a one-off, please understand that this will be at a time/resource permitting basis for F24 now.

With the Fedora 25 gold release, at the tail end of last year, there were many things added/enhanced, check out F25 Release Notes for more on that.  With this first Updated Set comes an average of  675Mb of updates across all 7  Desktop Environments (DEs).

This first set carries the 4.8.16-300 Kernel for 25, and with Fedora 25 the frequency will slow down ( or at least space out some) to every even point release. i.e. 4.8.16~>4.8.18 (or more likely  4.9.2~> 4.9.4).

The Set includes (all x86_64, x86 via special request ONLY):

Cinnamon, KDE, LXDE, MATE, SOAS (Sugar on a Stick-Education), WORK (Gnome), XFCE

As has become the customary thing here:  CHECKSUM512-2017011 |  HASHSUM512-20170111 on my VPS and on cross seeding hosts are GPG Signed, but with a new updated all ECC key:

0x0AA25C0835E781E7

Key fingerprint = 9398 803D EE7F 6F37 C20A C57E 0AA2 5C08 35E7 81E7

$ cat CHECKSUM512-20170111

—–BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE—–
Hash: SHA512

b8e6d7efa2084aa23c05125b8f27774d87e63f36dfd6ce7de991b171903d6a2c0564c76d692750012f33b4c56be063c1eff510676230152930bf8c1ea7e2a6d2 F25-Cinn-x86_64-20170111.iso
3ca7802f302ae7180c00195636288800a2c6dc2428a9b0d3bd0de0ff72bbf542da0f7a0030982e946e0dfcfde2c650083a92e68c7c8a180264235127fa873746 F25-KDE-x86_64-20170111.iso
0e81e817aeac0cdd4567f990a41b7a3765aa481b12e53f4c486b70fa262e99cc08f887cc7c4b51570f3f4238f63203a66b4ed27ff2ffffb20bd89eba016ccc4b F25-LXDE-x86_64-20170111.iso
d6f3b5dca6f6e057cb20fd384361797fb71417ed939284ae94e94b883af9b61b0f3c1868755c8ed975b8b4223969421c057951da04703e7b5337c9efc1677cc9 F25-MATE-x86_64-20170111.iso
a0942f2adddc892cb7f7041a52e29ef8e43513b16633ba322323e0e3e1e80af9c2a4e7bcee087dc0a670959f941641d470f1df9dc12d2fcfc5d273d7cef4d7a6 F25-SOAS-x86_64-20170111.iso
19b57de3d158aefdcffbf0f04e128a3e8a187b74108bc9b8a8b551e62f026682f07697ab38197cfccd787363bf61408d4756142a4337e33bb049f43e5a202d37 F25-source-20170111.iso
147a04e01f0f8d3900614ee3a87d85e6877a0bb64d684e525648da7397d2cdccb0ab572d43cac0c354961a95dfbcc70ae1f9c9f2450e14f2bc74c91932281909 F25-WORK-x86_64-20170111.iso
bbb02aa7410bc62ad26f3771e2f693ca956656e259c1b11ec7a78b8aba03b6aebece9c1611d541748bfd80ba0a00091cb156d007ebd0a86af256740390010b0c F25-XFCE-x86_64-20170111.iso
—–BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE—–

iQIcBAEBCgAGBQJYdp4bAAoJEPROuduwt8rH45YP/2Bo6NfgSdXw7ona2HnKcaC+
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CUyYvjjh47P4hAmNkvGdvw8quVBskXHAJ+tvd9dVBl/ZGCgbfdkUIyuoo5UHREH/
qEMCOu6EVspcV95fMVhqrpE1WQQzHXoarAiaIcDZdSWYuy4i6eVX39b2zmdOfGza
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DCW/0W9P0MXwE48SIEc27D0YHiQZueP2GszAHdkSbxi3mNY7v0vi68S5ix4wYy96
yafL0pG660XIox61jeiZ
=UkBP
—–END PGP SIGNATURE—–

$ cat HASHSUM512-20170111

—–BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE—–
Hash: SHA512

F25-CINN-x86_64-20170111.iso
fcf12b9dc2821b40c5dcf57806762d969e9e6b91 –
F25-KDE-x86_64-20170111.iso
641f1ad252e759165feeae298ab5f68dd5c247c6 –
F25-MATE-x86_64-20170111.iso
e7cd7ce710a0fac2dd4b066d964bc853f9a61993 –
F25-WORK-x86_64-20170111.iso
dffe7668d353fb6ffb320f9c13ea1e7c40b9553b –
F25-SOAS-x86_64-20170111.iso
bb1ef41487e84844048ccda11b7a98df9dd38b96 –
F25-XFCE-x86_64-20170111.iso
—–BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE—–

iQIcBAEBCgAGBQJYdqf4AAoJEPROuduwt8rHCa0QAK96VGJShmT2fpYadg8STweA
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=HuRM
—–END PGP SIGNATURE—–

Please forward any questions,  for one-offs making your own or seeding/hosting these ISOs to the team at ircs://chat.freenode.net/#fedora,#kk4ewt or email me at linuxmodder AT fedoraproject DOT org OR sheldon DOT corey AT openmailbox DOT org.

 

Fedora@LISA2016: Event Report

LISA 2016 (Large Install System Admin “Sysadmin” Conference) 2016 Dec 4-9th,2016, Expo Dec 7-8th,2016.  Hosted Sheraton Downtown Boston.

Attending Ambassadors, Fedora Contributors included: Corey Sheldon (linuxmodder), Nick Bebout (nb), Mike DePaulo (mikedep333), Beth Lynn (bethlynn), Matthew Miller (mattdm), Stephen Gallagher (sgallagh).  Having a rather nice spread of the Fedora Community among us made for a very productive display and sidebar chats amongst ourselves and the Redhat / Centos Table folks we were with. Among us were several conference talk attendees and even a GPG Signing Party (as a BoF).

Day 1 — Wednesday — (Expo):

Things started off a bit sluggish til just after lunch when there was the first break from all talks on Wednesday.  We had folks from all sectors of the industry coming to the booth, and they had mostly upgraded to 25 already.  A few common questions revolved around what was in the pipeline for modularity and issues/gripes with systemd.  Being a ‘ Large Install`  centric conference we saw plenty of folks also asking about using Dockerfiles and cockpit, which mattdm so happily had displayed on one of the two monitors we had been provided at the booth.  Thanks to some pesky hardware or a bad burn, we even had the pleasure of helping one of our own clean install F25 at the booth (bethlynn).  Among several of the talks that some of us attended there were:  Beginner Wireshark, SRE: At a Startup: Lessons from LinkedIn, SRE: It’s people all the Way Down, The Road to Mordor: Information Security Issues and Your Open Source Project. Also of interest to both booth staff and many attendees was LISA Build, think of that as a Cisco NET+ hands-on event, where all skill levels learned/taught things on building networks, configuring routers/load balancers and setting up native IPv6.  Day one ended with a small number of DVDs (F24, as F25 media was not just available) about  75% of our unixstickers supply and about 50% of the combined USBs from the RedHat / Centos booths.

Day 2 — Thursday — (Expo):

Day 2 started at 10a as far as the expo was concerned but several of the team took advantage of the late start to visit local restaurants for breakfast, braving the wind and cold all the while.  Day 2 saw a lot of the same questions and some more complex questions regarding more complex deployments including ones with advanced SELinux and docker images which given the selection of talks that day was quite understandable.  There were several BoFs (Birds Of a Feather) talks on day 2 as is customary at LISA conferences, the note-worthy one from the Redhat / Fedora / CentOS team was the GPG key signing party which saw less than expected numbers with only 13 attendees but several were either new to key signing or the practice itself. As an uncommon occurrence would have it 3 of the attendees (including Nick Bebout the organizer) that were CACert validators, which would have allowed any interested folks to get over the required 100 points to become a certifier in their own right, sadly this is an aspect of the Web Of Trust (WoT) that is too under publicized.

Several of the booth staff stayed for the Thursday night Google Ice Cream Social, which is always a great networking event that is very low key and laid back.  Nick Bebout (nb) even won (via raffle) a signed copy of the SRE book on website optimization.

All in all, while we still had media on the table at the conclusion, we shared plenty of the other swag and had PLENTY of awesome user interactions with seasoned users and new users alike.  We also had a blast talking and working out ideas amongst ourselves at the booth.

 

F24-2016117 Updated Lives Available Now!

It is with great pleasure to announce that the Community run respin team has yet another Updated ISO round.  This round carries the 4.8.7.200 kernel along with over 780 MB of updates (avg,  some Desktop Environments more, some less) since the Gold release back in June.

Torrents will be available at the same link as usual alongside the .iso files.

Below are the contents of Both CHECKSUM512-20161117 and HASHSUM512-20161117 (the later is torrent hashes):

cat CHECKSUM512-20161117

(Clearsigned with 0x418E43BCA33F2A72)

—–BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE—–
Hash: SHA256

9e0784d2b89a8efd4a4250511625d44310c0b28982d36b14be837611925f0726c8ce94b365d04b23af31d380e190302b952d081fe4ea42dd3380aca918af4004 F24-source-20161117.iso
d35bf39a0a7c623e26a8b0698441bcec9a363fecf8800049451ad4eb6271b23523774479d9047b1be3158b6a4b5c051a27fcaa8c18a55a5946ce8e6f5e6288f8 F24-x86_64-CINN-20161117.iso
8d8aa038130381789855a2c8054dbd5b95373cc15e449165216c2eb6938a627bd0b26005f0a6baafb7b1b3325a9717c34a17ef262cf3fe3da091e7f186bbec9e F24-x86_64-KDE-20161117.iso
d0e131e0397e9837260ddd9757301db1e270fbacdbda86a1ffeccb8dea0e30cc98ad20a44d2f0d50f11db2fda19aa7170e336f607dd12aeb4d384ea16259c718 F24-x86_64-LXDE-20161117.iso
80ea5a56c3a051bcc61ba085a6a0327055acb2c6914f9739aca7d87d8b956b046db660a16d3d7e4deb727984e6ffd7d8e077514d581262855bf3f8c2d321a28e F24-x86_64-MATE-20161117.iso
2318c6c754cddb2efde78e1640843866fbdfada16109adddbbbf2b670b6864e6a9d980b6b781d345abd0bac1174f74a62580ea293e2749faacd4fe71b8c3b12a F24-x86_64-WORK-20161117.iso
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—–BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE—–
Version: GnuPG v2

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