For those of you who missed it, here's a recap of last week's CentOS Dojo at FOSDEM - https://blog.centos.org/2021/02/centos-dojo-fosdem-2021/ Given the adversarial and occasionally toxic discussions we've seen on this list over the past 2 months, I was concerned that we'd have more of the same at the Dojo, but it seems that seeing people's faces tempered the discussion. People continued to ask the hard questions, but without the hostility that we've seen recently. As a result, I'm considering running several more of these over the coming year, at least until we get back to doing some in-person events, and probably even after that. Last week's event was optimized for a European-centric time zone. The next one will probably be more centered around North American time zones, and will probably happen some time around May. If you are interested in helping put the event together, or have ideas about what content you'd like to see, or if you yourself want to present something, please let us know. Based on early feedback on the post-event survey, people want to hear more about: * CentOS Stream 9 * more non-red hat use cases * koji (and similar ways of managing smaller scale automated rpm builds) * creating your own module/stream in personal repo, freeipa, keycloak * NextGen: RHEL Sources Home / GitLab / Stream9 And I would echo the "non-Red Hat" item here. While it makes sense that our content has strong Red Hat participation, I'm always doubly-pleased when we get presentations from outside of Red Hat.