Engineering Teams

Core Teams

  • Fedora Engineering Steering Committee — FESCo is the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee. It is a fully community elected body and represents the technical leadership in Fedora.

  • Fedora Package Maintainers — Documentation for community members involved in Fedora package maintenance.

  • Fedora Infrastructure — Everything you need to know about Fedora’s infrastructure and the people running it.

  • Fedora QA — This docs outlines all the activities you can get involved in to help with Fedora QA (Quality Assurance) and is meant to guide you through the QA ecosystem.

  • CPE - The Community Platform Engineering Team is a Red Hat team dedicated to the Fedora and CentOS projects where they contribute to the infrastructure and release engineering.

Fedora Editions

Initiatives & Special Interest Teams

  • Fedora Modularity — Modularity introduces an optional Modular repository that provides additional versions of software on independent lifecycles.

  • Fedora Containers — Here you will find Documentation and Guidelines regarding creation, usage and maintainance of Containers in Fedora.

  • NeuroFedora — NeuroFedora is an initiative to provide a ready to use Fedora based Free/Open source software platform for neuroscience.

  • Fedora Teleirc SIG — The Teleirc SIG is a volunteer-driven group to manage Teleirc bridge bots.

  • Fedora CI — Fedora Continuous Integration Portal

  • Fedora ELN — Buildroot and compose process using Rawhide to emulate Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • Fedora Minimization Objective — Home of the Fedora Minimization Objective.

  • i3 SIG - Documentation for the Fedora Special Interest Group centered about the i3wm window manager.

  • Fedora Gaming — Learn all about gaming and game development on Fedora.

Other Engineering Resources

  • Flatpak in Fedora — Learn how to build Flatpaks out of Fedora RPM packages.

  • Fedora Accounts — Learn Fedora Accounts, the authentication system used throughout the Fedora Project.

  • Releases — Information about release planning and processes.

  • Defensive Coding Guide — Guidelines for improving software security in Fedora through secure coding.