Speaking as one of the editors, I'd love to see this. Zach, I think
we can approve this as a pitch at tonight's editorial meeting -- you
should be OK to start drafting, because my gut instinct is that Ryan
and Justin would also be +1. In case you're not aware of what to do
Also I'd like to say it's nice to see you around Fedora again! We met
at the Design FAD a couple years back, and look forward to working
with you again.
On Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 10:20:03PM +0000, Zachary Snyder wrote:
> Just so others see it because Im apparently incompetent with gmail on my
> phone and accidentally only replied to Matt instead of the mailing list.
> I'd love to tackle this project as I use vultr as my primary hosting
> On Wed, Jul 26, 2017 at 12:32 PM Matthew Miller <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org>
> > I recently worked with Fedora Legal and the people at hosting/cloud
> > company Vultr https://www.vultr.com/
to make sure their Fedora offering
> > meets our trademark guidelines. Good news is that it does now! I love
> > to see Fedora offered to users in this way. We've previously done
> > articles about Fedora in Digital Ocean and I'd like to do a similar one
> > for Vultr. Any takers?
> > Key information:
> > - Link to https://www.vultr.com/servers/fedora
> > - SSD-backed servers in 15 locations worldwide
> > - The installation image is based upon Fedora 26 Server Edition.
> > - In order to maintain consistency with other Vultr images, the default
> > login and SSH key location will be for the root user.
> > - The firewalld service is enabled to secure new instances. Its default
> > configuration will allow incoming SSH connections and ports will need
> > to be opened for other listening services.
> > - You can also upload custom ISOs if you want to use a different Fedora
> > spin or create your own
> > Also, they are willing to provide complementary access to a writer so
> > you can try it out and write from experience rather than just ad copy.
> > (Contact me for details.)
> > Anyone interested?