On Tue, Sep 18, 2018 at 1:22 PM, Paul Frields <stickster(a)gmail.com>
On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 11:10 PM Link Dupont <link(a)sub-pop.net>
> 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
> 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
> 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
> 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
> 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 years?
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?"
Those seem like good modifications. Enough to prompt people for some