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Fedora Goes to a Community-Dominated Board

Apr 22, 2008, 17:15 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paul W. Frields)

"Since the Fedora Board originally formed in 2006, the Fedora Project has changed quite a bit. We now have about two-thirds of our packages maintained by volunteer community members. Our technical steering committee, FESCo, is made up of a roughly even mix of volunteers and Red Hat employees. This community has developed and enforced its own high standards and done it in an open and transparent fashion in the best tradition of open source.

"And through all of these efforts, we've helped build a community of contributors -- not just people who *use* Fedora, but people who *give back* to the open source ecosystem, and their fellow human beings..."

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