Welcoming New Fedora Program Manager Robyn Bergeron

Paul W. Frields stickster at gmail.com
Tue Nov 16 02:26:37 UTC 2010

On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 03:44:19PM -0800, John Poelstra wrote:
> Jared Smith made an announcement in his blog [1] about some upcoming 
> personnel changes in Fedora.  I wanted to make a specific announcement 
> to the Fedora lists as well.
> Through the end of 2010 and a little bit beyond, I will be working along 
> side Robyn Bergeron to transition my official Fedora responsibilities to 
> her.  This will include getting the Fedora 15 team schedules into shape, 
> feature wrangling, bugzilla maintenance, and any number of other things. 
>   Robyn and I are committed to making this transition as smooth, 
> complete and timely as we can, and expect the transition to be completed 
> before the Fedora 15 feature submission deadline.  Said a different way, 
> if you've already been working with me on something, I'll continue to 
> help you with it.  For all new topics, please contact Robyn directly and 
> we will work together as necessary to get them done.
> One of the luxuries of my position was keeping tabs on most of the teams 
> in Fedora via their mailing lists.  I won't have as much time for this 
> going forward so I'll be scaling back the number of mailing lists I 
> watch and contribute to.  If I posted to a list in the past, please 
> don't assume I'll automatically see your message there in the future. 
> Also please don't hesitate to contact me directly if you feel the need 
> to do so.
> Fedora, it's been a great ride. We've made great progress in the past 
> three years and I'm thankful you let me be a part of it. Here's to 
> wishing only the best to Robyn in her new role serving the Fedora community!
> John
> p.s. I'm still looking forward to and rooting for an on time Fedora 15 
> release. :)
> [1] http://www.jaredsmith.net/2010/11/10/changing-of-the-seasons/

I'm excited to see Robyn joining Red Hat to carry on the great work
that John's done.  Let's all do our best to make her transition
smooth, and work toward a great F15 release.  I especially like John's
plug in the postscript -- let's go for on-time!

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