We've been admiring your article in Fedora Marketing - do you happen to
know whether it's released under an open license (or if it'd be possible
to do so, or at least to allow reprints)?
--Mel and the Fedora Marketing crew
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Subject: Re: [in the news] Virtualisation Enhancements in F12
Date: Thu, 7 Jan 2010 07:56:57 -0700
From: Robyn Bergeron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Reply-To: For discussions about marketing and expanding the Fedora
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To: For discussions about marketing and expanding the Fedora user base
Not sure on the license - I didn't upload it.
It would be awesome to also find out if the publisher allows reprints
(in the event the article is not appropriately licensed).
On 1/7/10, Paul W. Frields <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Wed, Jan 06, 2010 at 04:14:23PM -0500, Mel Chua wrote:
On 01/06/2010 02:59 PM, Robyn Bergeron wrote:
>Actually, I suppose that perhaps [in a magazine] might be better...
>In any case, I saw this via a facebook friend, thought I would repost
>the link here. The article even referenced Mel's virtualization
>feature profile from F12!
I wonder if we can do anything to support engineers writing articles
for publications on the features they've worked on (which is what
happened in this case - "By: Amit Shah - The author is part of the
virtualisation team at Red Hat and is excited to be a part of the
technology thatâ€™s rediscovering commodity x86 servers.")
Probably something to bring up at the FAD (reminder: get cost
estimates for plane tickets!) especially when we get a chance to sit
down and talk with some of the aforementioned engineers in
Fedoraland (both @RH and @other-places).
First and foremost, GREAT article!
Second -- is this article licensed appropriately for our wiki? I
couldn't find any copyright statement on it, so I'd like to ensure the
publisher licensed this for our use. I'll check with the uploader to