The exact content of the meeting was shaped by the participants, these were the main goals:
- Update & exchange about the status of reproducible builds in various projects.
- Improve collaboration both between and inside projects.
- Expand the scope and reach of reproducible builds to more projects.
- Work together and hack on solutions.
- Establish space for more strategic and long-term thinking than is possible in virtual channels.
- Brainstorm designs on tools enabling end-users to get the most benefits from reproducible builds.
- Discuss how reproducible builds will be usable and meaningful to users and developers alike.
There were participants from Alpine Linux, Arch linux, bootstrappable.org, Bazel, coreboot, Debian, F-Droid, Google, GNU Guix, GNU Mes, Huawei, IPFS, in-toto, Microsoft, MirageOS, NetBSD, NixOS, openSUSE, OpenWrt, pantsbuild.org, Qubes OS, Tails, Tor Project, and more…
- A number of reports have been published:
- Meeting report by Aspiration (HTML version)
- Meeting report by Aspiration (PDF version)
- Bernhard Wiedermann wrote a report on his experience.
- Jelle van der Waa published a blog post with a brief report of the event from an Arch Linux perspective.
- reports from the Nix developers zimbatm, Profpatsch and lewo.
- Lukas Pühringer posted a report from the in-toto project's participation.
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The summit was held from 10 AM until 6 PM on December 11th to 13th 2018.
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