On Tue Mar 15 2016 09:36:43 GMT-0600 (MDT) Justin W. Flory <jflory7(a)gmail.com>
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Viorel. Curious, did you also have
ideas on ways that non-academic professionals in academic settings can
contribute? I'm assuming this might be like a system administrator at a
school, or a similar type of position.
I'll have to start with a disclaimer: These are my personal thoughts and do not
represent the views of my employer.
I do believe that we need to educate the young generation about the values of
open source and as a professional (I'm not sure if that's a term used across
all educational institutions or only at AU) I can do that by connecting the
academic and professional open source advocates with the community  and by
sharing resources as I come across them . Where Fedora could come in is by
being *the* platform to make this happen: technically, socially and culturally
-- more than just a Fedora Ansible-ized OpenStack lab. The logistics of how to
get there is what most of us technical people may be missing.