Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 08:51:43 +0100
Subject: Re: [Ambassadors] HowTo run a successful Release Event?
A very useful and appropriate blog indeed. I like it!!! :)
Max Spevack wrote:
> Thomas Canniot wrote a *brilliant* blog post that everyone on this list
> should read.
Maybe this could be linked from the main Ambassador Wiki?
I strongly think that the blog's content is a definite review for our upcoming release
in two weeks. :)
Relevant questions from the blog as well as appropriate answers! :)
What questions you may be asked
I have ran some Release Events and stood on booth. The most frequent questions which falls
into my ears are the followings:
* What is Fedora? I have not heard about it before.
* What is the difference between Fedora and the others Linux distro… because, you’re
all doing the same thing aren’t you?
* Why a 6 months release schedule? It’s so fast, I can’t get use to a release that the
new one is already out!
The first question is not a tricky one. However, one can easy be
trapped by answering the two other questions. Keep in mind to always
stick to the Fedora Project objectives. We are not doing the same
thing, we are working on Fedora to make the software stronger and
enhance its development. That’s why we need a 6 months release
schedule. It helps and motivates us a lot to go as fast as possible to
improve the user experience through Fedora.
I am complementing the above blog url with the following two references for those in need
of Fedora 11's good stuff. :)
F11 Talking Points -
Release Notes -
Please have a great day! :~)
- David -
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