On 9/12/18 11:10 PM, Link Dupont wrote:
Believe it or not, this is just a few short weeks away. We discussed
this article in the Editor's meeting today, and decided to split it out
into a few articles.
This article will become a "Fedora Core 1 Tech Review" article. And
we'll add two more: one about the artwork, and one about the
community/people. For the article about the people, we need to identify
and contact a few members of the community who've been around for a long
time. Our plan is to ask them a few small questions in the hopes of
getting a few anecdotes about the Fedora Project of 15 years ago.
Here's my take on the questions. Please suggest any changes, as we need
to get these out to people soon.
* How did you get involved with the Fedora Project?
* What's the most fun thing you've done for Fedora over the years?
* Are you still involved now? If so, what are you doing for the project
On Fri, Apr 20, 2018 at 9:52 AM, Matthew Miller
> On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 09:46:43PM -0700, Link Dupont wrote:
>> On Thu, 2018-04-19 at 23:12 -0400, Matthew Miller wrote:
>> > I entirely forget what I said, but I could go back and listen. :)
>> I could go listen and write a summary too, but it might be neat to have
>> an article like this be a collaborative effort from a few people in the
> Yeah, definitely. I'm in for it. :)
Somewhat related for the fifteenth-year anniversary, an announcement is
coming next week on the Community Blog for Fedora Appreciation Week,
which will run during the anniversary week.
It would be cool to cross-promote content for it on the Magazine if
More info in the pending draft:
Justin W. Flory