First of all, I'm not a developer or a packager, I just try to help with
the little things I know to do. One thing I try to do is to check news,
forums, ML and places where people talk about Fedora.
A thing I noted is that a lot of people in magazines and news sites like
phoronix, hacker news and other sites follow this list to get news about
the project and it started to worry me that a big part of the traffic
follow orphaned and retired packages, but nothing is never
revealed/published when a new package enter the repositories or nothing
similar, maybe a review swap but it's not enough.
Trying to market the number of packages, the amount of free and open source
software that we offer, how this could be measured and published? Is that
something that require to much work?
GNU/Linux User #589060
Ubuntu User #8749
Fedora Marketing Representative