To get involved with the Modularity Working Group, please follow the following steps for becoming a part of the team.
There’s no dedicated mailing list for this effort, everything regarding this topic should be discussed on the general Fedora Development list. Most of us also hang out on the #fedora-modularity channel on Freenode.
Formal meetings are held once every two weeks by the Modularity Working Group. See the Fedocal to find out when the group will meet.
Tooling and infrastructure projects can be found in the Pagure group for
Modularity or the
fedora-modularity GitHub organization.
Modules themselves are in the Fedora Packages repository under the
modules namespace, they have
counterparts in the
modularity-modules GitHub organization which deal with their individual package
In order so that our code base is always clean and maintainable, we have to enforce certain rules on how code is written or formatted, how changes are broken up into commits and how pull requests are handled.