Request for help with Fedora Personas
robyn.bergeron at gmail.com
Wed Feb 24 01:32:52 UTC 2010
Is this something that could be turned into a FAD? Thinking similar to
what happened at SCaLE, or FOSDEM - a bunch of people are going to be
somewhere -anyway-, this would be a great task to work on / make a FAD
Red hat summit, Linuxcon come to mind, Linuxfest NW, see infinite list
of awesome events. Would be great to see this wrapped up :)
On Sat, Feb 20, 2010 at 8:47 AM, Paul W. Frields <stickster at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 05:21:43PM -0800, John Poelstra wrote:
>> As part of the Board Strategic Working Group (SWG), I volunteered to
>> track down the status of the work done on "Personas." I summarized my
>> findings on this wiki page:
>> Some initial work has been done and more work remains to be be
>> completed. The SWG needs to make a recommendation to the Board about
>> using and relying on the personas work. No one on the board currently
>> has the time or expertise to lead this effort.
>> Without a volunteer to lead and own the personas effort to its
>> conclusion, the SWG is uncomfortable making them a central part of the
>> Target Audience evaluation work.
>> Is there someone interested and willing to lead and complete the
>> Personas project? If so, please let us know by next Wednesday, February
>> 17, 2010.
> Since we haven't heard back, the Board's working group recommended
> that the Board shelve this work for now. We'll proceed as best we can
> in the meantime.
> However, I wanted to recognize Mo Duffy for all the help she gave us
> earlier on this project, and to say thank you. I know that she is
> busy with a huge number of projects both inside and outside Fedora and
> I'm grateful she's able to help out as much as she can.
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