Have put up the page for talking points for this release:
What we want to get to is a coherent story for Fedora 22 so marketing
can weave that into the beta and final announcements, plus Ambassadors
can use the talking points when they're at events (etc.), and for
anybody who's talking to press about the F22 release.
Cross-posting to working group lists to get feedback on the Cloud,
Server, and Workstation editions.
Joe Brockmeier | Principal Cloud & Storage Analyst
jzb(a)redhat.com | http://community.redhat.com/
Twitter: @jzb | http://dissociatedpress.net/
My name is Mohammad Matini. I live in Damascus, Syria. My Fedora Account
System user-name is "mohammadmatini", and you can find me on IRC as
I use Fedora everyday, as my main OS. I chose it after around two years
of distro hopping. I liked it's philosophy I guess. It just felt right.
I write things. A lot of things. Mostly for myself. Journals, notes,
I like writing, so I thought I should write more.
I've been visiting the Fedora Magazine frequently since I started using
the operating system. I thought there has to be some way to contribute
to it. After looking around, I found the Marketing Team.
So I came here.
I'd like to help Fedora by contributing articles to the Fedora Magazine.
Although I'm not exactly sure what I should be writing about. Maybe
software highlights, or instructions about doing something? I think I
could use some help in figuring that out.
I never worked on any serious marketing projects before. This is also
the first time I join a major FOSS project.
Besides writing I have an interest in the visual arts (mainly digital
painting), and programming (currently learning C++).
I'm also into organization and planning.
I already created an account in the magazine's website using my Fedora
Please direct me to what needs to be done next.
Thank you for your efforts in making Fedora a great operating system.
I'm looking forward to being part of the effort.