Welcome to DebCamp!
It's a week for Debian contributors to focus on tasks or problems uninterrupted.
Some prefer to work alone, while some prefer to participate in or organize sprints. Both are great, although we strongly encourage you to plan your DebCamp week in advance either way.
DebCamp is for people who want to do work, please don't show up expecting to be entertained. If you're around and looking for something to do, please get in touch with the DebConf organisation team on the #debconf-team IRC channel. You can also find more information under the Volunteers section on the ?DebConf22 main wiki page.
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If you're joining late and need to catch up, please scan through the past daily announcements:
Sprints are moments of concentrated effort organized by teams to work in their respective areas of Debian. Sprints can have specific goals, or can be just "let's make our part of Debian better".
Sprints are a great opportunity for new contributors to get in touch with Debian teams and get involved in Debian development.
The following sprints will be happening during DebConf22.
Python Team Sprint
Organized by: pollo
Goals: see this etherpad
When: Friday 15th, during the day
Where: TBD (probably a hacklab where we can talk)
Mobian/Debian on mobile Sprint
Team Wiki: https://wiki.debian.org/Teams/Mobian
Organized by: jathan
Debian Reproducible Builds Sprint
Team Wiki: https://wiki.debian.org/ReproducibleBuilds
Organized by: jathan
Goals: To get deeper technically in Debian RB and to have more collaborators.
If you're organising a sprint, please list it below, and if available, also link to its wiki page and announcement.
Link to a blog post or wiki page with your plans here, or simply list them in bullet form.
Dashamir Hoxha: I am planning to work on installing and testing DebianEdu in a virtual environment (similar to this: http://dashohoxha.fs.al/docs/testing-fuss-with-lxd.html). Then, trying to fix any issues, if possible. Anyone with some DebianEdu experience, or interested in helping somehow, is welcome to join.
Debian Boot Camp Get introduced to Debian and have some hands-on experience with using Debian and contributing to Debian. If you are new to Debian and want to dive deeper.
- Mentors: Sruthi Chandran; Pirate Praveen; Abraham Raji. (People interested to mentor, add your name.)
- Venue: Noisy Hacklab
- Contact: Sruthi Chandran (srud on OFTC or "srud at debian dot org)
- When: 13-15 Jul 2022 - Starting at 2 pm after lunch and we will interactively adapt the topics covered based on your level of understanding and we can connect you with teams you are interested in.
Geospatial, solid principles, RDF open data stuff... - indiebio: I am learning about what exists about these things and what exists in Debian and maybe adopt a package or something. Fairly beginner, keen to learn.
Other areas will also be available around campus. While WiFi should be available everywhere indoors, but may not be outdoors. Review
Feeling like taking a break? See the ?DebConf/22/InformalEvents page for more details.
For your blog or website. If you'd like to share your own designs for others to use, please add them here.