The complete approach, the way the skills and task were written, are done
as is it would be a paid position, yet it's not. I would recommend just
answer "It's a communitary position as every other at Fedora" and not
mention RedHat or make any comparison at all.
As someone with 10 years of community work with Fedora, I would highly
recommend just talk about the "helping" part and that Fedora is trying to
focus more on those who need more advice and help, instead making this
another flame about "why does people have to work for free".
2015-07-02 8:45 GMT-04:30 Tyler Golden <tgolden(a)redhat.com>:
Well, we've got our first complaint about the fact that this is
Thoughts on how we should respond?
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