Ask Fedora is one of our primary user-facing support resources. It's
reasonably successful, with over 18,000 questions, with almost 80% of
those having at least some answer. It has a small but active and
On the other hand, I've heard from the infrastructure team that it's
taking an increasing amount of time just to keep the service running,
and making improvements is out of the question. We're having trouble
keeping up with things like keeping the software on the recent version,
let alone advancing new ideas.
Since this is such an important thing for users, I think we need an
improvement. I asked the community what to do
and the top-voted response is from the upstream author, who has offered
to host the site for $250/month, including 6 hours of development time.
Assuming we can make the money work out, what do you think about this?
Fedora Project Leader