On Wed, Oct 27, 2021 at 01:49:09AM +0200, David Kaufmann wrote:
This escalated a bit more than planned, and most of it doesn't
anyway, but maybe this is useful nonetheless.
Yeah, I think it's definitely useful. What I'm hearing is:
* sysadmin / ops folks looking for Fedora Server are probably going to most
appreciate a no-nonsense approach to getting images and getting working,
without a bunch of apparent marketing fluff.
As a former sysadmin, this definitely makes sense. I do think we need some
place to clearly articulate "why Fedora Server?" — including, I think, how
to get involved in this SIG to make a difference.
I'm quoting out of order here, but:
Everyone I know who uses fedora has gotten a recommendation from a
colleague and a short verbal explanation already on how to replace an
operating system and where to get the necessary files, usually then also
assistance for the first steps in the installed system.
... unless we can get _every colleage in the world_ to recommend Fedora
Server and do these first steps, we need some kind of stand-in where those
other colleages are for some inexplicable reason failing. :) How can we do
this, without getting in the way of the above?
Fedora Project Leader