Here’s a summary of Friday’s activity at Flock 2014 where I participated or attended. I also have blog entries for Day 1 and Day 2.
- Didn’t make it up quite so early today, due to not turning in until about 2:30am the previous night. I got to the school basically on time, but worked on email and day job stuff for a little while.
- Attended Matthew Miller’s joint session on Fedora.next.
- Got lunch late, ending up at a table with Stephen Tweedie and a few others. We talked about containers and strategy.
- Touched up my slides for Saturday, getting straight in my head how I wanted the presentation to go. Reveal.js is cool.
- Attended Richard Hughes’ session on building an application installer. GNOME Software is a huge step in usability, and it was enlightening seeing the huge amount of work that went into this tool. I wrote an article on Fedora Magazine covering this presentation.
- Attended Ralph Bean’s excellent workshop on making tools with fedmsg, the Fedora messaging bus built on Zeromq. We learned how to use just a few simple lines of Python to build a Twitter feed from Fedora Badges. Amazing!
- Attended the workshop on DevAssistant. I talked with the developers to learn about their future plans and to discuss desktop integration.
- Met up with Garrett LeSage, Chris Roberts, Matthew Miller, Haïkel Guémar, and others for a great dinner at an Italian pizzeria. It was delicious.
- Late hangout with friends kept me up yet again too late!