Author: Matthew Miller

A proposal: Ambassadors and Fedora strategy

Fedora is big. We are a huge community of people with diverse interests. We have different ideas for what we want to build, and we want different things in return from our collective effort. At the same time, we are one project with shared goals and limited resources. We are more effective in this competitive world when we agree on common goals and work towards those, rather than everyone going in the direction each person thinks is best individually.¹

The Fedora Council is tasked with taking community input and shaping this shared strategy. As part of this, we’ve written a new mission statement and have a draft overview page presenting it. We’ve said for a while that we want the work of Fedora Ambassadors to align with this mission directly. We’re getting feedback, though, that this is easier to say than to put into practice, which is understandable because, by nature, mission statements are high-level.

So, I have a proposal. As part of the Fedora Council’s charter, we have Fedora Objectives:

Continue reading

Fedora Cloud Base Image has a new home!

When the Fedora Board (the precursor to the current Fedora Council) set up the three-edition strategy for Fedora, we chose three broad areas, and asked interested people in our contributor community to develop focused editions aimed at a target in each area. These were server, desktop, and emerging computing — resulting in Fedora Server, Fedora Workstation, and Fedora Cloud Base Image.

Continue reading

Submit a Fedora talk to DevConf.cz 2017 — by Friday, Nov. 11

DevConf.cz is a free annual conference for developers, admins, and users of Linux and JBoss, sponsored by Red Hat and held in Brno in the Czech Republic. This year Devconf .cz will be held from January 27 – 29, 2017. As always, we will have a Fedora track and significant Fedora community presence. I hope you will join us there!

I’d like to have as many high-quality and useful talks about Fedora or about other technologies on the Fedora platform as possible. Talk submissions are due in less than a week — Friday, November 11 at 11:59PM (UTC +1!). We’d love to hear from familiar experts and new voices, so if you have an idea, submit a talk here.

 

 

Copyright © 2017 Fedora Community Blog

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑