On 11/28/2012 01:03 AM, Ruth Suehle
On 11/27/2012 07:28 PM, "Jóhann B.
I'm pretty sure if she actually was participating in the Fedora
community she would not have made this *mistake*
Have you ever been new in a community? Have you ever done
something you thought better of later?
Yes and then I do what is in my power to fix it will Red Hat do the
honorable thing and contact all the media it sent that to and have
those that got it wrong correct that mistake?
( Not that they can once the digital wave is on the move there are
few if any that can change it course )
why did not you your self as the FPL, Jaroslav Reznik as the FPM
or anyone from the market community follow the beta announcement
sop and send an announcement instead of having Red Hat disgrace
the community, the community's hard work and cast shadow to all
those Red Hat employees that go that extra line to make Fedora
as awesome as it is with an subject line where it claims to
Disgrace the community? Really? You're caught up on an email
subject line that you never would have seen if it weren't for the
way lwn posts such things rather than the actual content that
lauds the community.
Yes when it gets sent to one of it not the most technical online
news site in the world and I also notice headlines like these "Red
Hat's Fedora 18 "Spherical Cow" Beta Now Available"  which should
say "Red Hat's sponsored Fedora 18 "Spherical Cow" Beta Now
Available" or something more along those lines cropping up all over
When that happens I feel our community and our community members
aren't getting the credit they deserve for their work within the
s"ponsor the project that's it,
And as sponsor, they do awesomely helpful things like support us,
whether that's by paying an FPL to do a hard job or by sending out
press releases to a long-standing press list with a Red Hat name
behind it, which gets more eyeballs. That's a nice thing. And it's
not ownership, and there's nothing about the announcement that
"The post you point to is nearly a week old, not a release
announcement for the beta. Perhaps there is a better choice for a
community-generated release announcement (though I didn't see one in
a quick look), but what you point to is not it, I'm afraid. We
generally prefer those kinds of announcements over press releases
(with proper or improper subjects), fwiw."
jake one of LWN editors.
In short if we would have made an announcement they would have
published it over the press releases ( which says even more about
the quality of the news site ) so why was our FPL first and foremost
not focusing on getting our own announcement out the door instead of
Who is ultimately responsible for ensuring release announcements go
out the door?
Will we be seeing the same thing happening again with final?