Thilo Pfennig schrieb:
I would like to take the chance to try to convince on a last attempt the
Fedora project to change its path. The problem starts if you try to find
the right list to post such an article. There seems to be no list for
discussing the Fedora project!?
Well, there are to many lists these days and here it there is a bit
chaos. This will probably cleaned up sooner or later (it was discussed
on fedora-advisory-board slightly already). Someone just has to work out
a scheme what to do, but nobody stepped up to work out something in
There are the more or less readonly or readprotected lists,
Only fedora-advisory and fedora-maintainers have a readonly variants
IIRC. Most other lists are open iirc.
there is a
general fedora-list, one for martketing,... - This list is the best
guess I could make although I assume desktop means desktop enviroment.
Anyway, I just want to post this now.
fedora-devel would have been the better place probably. I'd suggest you
send it there again.
My general criticism is that Fedora is not a real community project.
This can clearly be seen by the mailing list structure (as the future of
Fedora can not really be discussed by the users). Fedora has stated to
be a meritocracy (
). There is a system of Ambassadors. Different from Ubuntu one can say
that it is generally not wanted that users take the distribution into
their own hands and make their own marketing. Who is ambassador?
"Ambassadors program is a meritocracy, so the ones who have shown that
they are actively doing the right thing will be best candidates."
There is work underdone to change this -- your were pointed to the
Summit-Pages already. A lot will change and we can need any help with it.