Someone can blog about it, and we can push it to linux.com distroblogs
I can't believe we didn't even consider this as a Talking Point
possibility. I'm not sure that it should or should not be, I'm just
sure that we should have discussed it.
Maybe we just need to have Community Talking Points - what we're doing
with each release that isn't necessarily directly tied to the distro,
but Features / Enhancements we're making to the community. SOPs,
rawhide, FI, etc, etc. We're giving people a compelling list as to why
they should be trying out Fedora 13; why should we not have a
compelling list as to why they should try out our community?
On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 11:21 AM, Mel Chua <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 02/24/2010 01:04 PM, Kara Schiltz wrote:
>> Fedora Splits and Goes Faster
>> By Sean Michael Kerner
>> The bleeding edge of Red Hat's Fedora Linux community has long been the
>> branch of Fedora code known as Rawhide. New contributions land in
>> Rawhide first, marking the tip of new Linux development for Fedora,
>> though activity there slows down during Fedora release cycles.
>> As a result of a new move taken by Fedora developers this month,
>> however, Rawhide is evolving to ensure that even when new Fedora
>> releases are coming, the bleeding edge of Linux development won't grind
>> to a halt.
>> Full post:
> Thanks, Kara!
> Question to the list: What's the ideal way to communicate this sort of
> news to the broader public?
> * a Fedora Insight article? (/me looks at zikula - moving along, moving
> * should it have been a Talking Point?
> * are the current mailing list/Planet discussions enough (in other
> words, "everyone who should know about this is already reading the
> places it's discussed in"?)
> * should we mention it in the F13 video?
> * etc.
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