Data for Red Hat's conference & talk page
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README.md

Red Hat Events

This is the data for Red Hat's event website at: http://community.redhat.com/events/

The information in this repository is intended to cover Red Hat presence at conferences, tradeshows, and other events — ranging from Red Hat employees giving talks at a conference to a Red Hat specific event (sponsored event, Internet hangout, IRC session, etc.) to simply having a booth or even people representing Red Hat at an event in some manner.

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Adding and modifying events

To add or modify conference and talk data, please see: https://github.com/OSAS/rh-events/wiki/Adding-and-modifying-events

If you'd like to learn about the formatting of events, with plenty of examples and explanation, read the document on formatting: https://github.com/OSAS/rh-events/wiki/Formatting

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Validation

To validate events, you must have Ruby and Bundler installed.

Setting up Ruby and Bundler

On RHEL & Fedora, install both by running:

sudo yum install ruby rubygem-bundler

After dependencies are met, run:

bundle install

Running the validation script

Once everything's set up, it's easy to validate events.

./validate.rb

The result will either inform you of success or list errors that need to be fixed.