On 09/06/2016 10:24 AM, Stephen John Smoogen wrote:
I have a hard time seeing the difference between most mission and
vision statements. The previous mission statement seemed something
that could be clearly accomplished and measured against. The straw man
That's fair. As I said, it was a Straw Man (something we could start from and
get into shape).
seems to be something that could both always be met and never be
[My autistic filters are very high today so if I am seeing something
obvious I apologize.] Here is my straw man which I can better parse
but realize it needs a lot of work or can be thrown away.
Fedora Server is the common base platform for tested service roles
meeting the needs of old and cutting edge computing.
One thing I feel like this is missing is that part of our mission is to
collaboratively develop this solution as well. I don't want to lose that
Maybe something like
"Fedora Server Edition provides a platform for the creation and deployment of
assured service roles meeting the needs of both traditional and leading-edge
(Yes, that is a mouthful...)
The goal of this is to say that we realize that our customer base
services are wanting things that fit older technologies but also
cutting edge paradigms. They may want a print server (old technology)
but working with newer style printers and configurations (docker for
some reason) that a slower enterprise Linux isn't hitting. They may
want an email server but also a microservice controller for IOT