On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 11:10 PM Link Dupont <link(a)sub-pop.net> wrote:
Believe it or not, this is just a few short weeks away. We discussed
this article in the Editor's meeting today, and decided to split it out
into a few articles.
This article will become a "Fedora Core 1 Tech Review" article. And
we'll add two more: one about the artwork, and one about the
community/people. For the article about the people, we need to identify
and contact a few members of the community who've been around for a
long time. Our plan is to ask them a few small questions in the hopes
of getting a few anecdotes about the Fedora Project of 15 years ago.
Here's my take on the questions. Please suggest any changes, as we need
to get these out to people soon.
* How did you get involved with the Fedora Project?
Maybe "How did you *first* get..."? (Full disclosure: I think I
drafted all these questions and any bad wording is my fault.) ;-)
* What's the most fun thing you've done for Fedora over the
Or... "What's one lesson you learned working in the Fedora Project
that still resonates with you?"
* Are you still involved now? If so, what are you doing for the
"Are you still involved now, and if so, how?"