The Increasing Importance of Community

Max Spevack mspevack at
Mon May 1 18:08:58 UTC 2006

A reasonably interesting read -- a bit fanboyish toward Ubuntu in places, 
but here is one part that jumped out at me regarding Fedora:

"It is evident that with a strong community behind these distributions, 
they can indeed become better in terms of engineering and adoption. Fedora 
is a classic example of this - as it has become more and more community 
driven, the quality has grown further and further. It is now a very 
impressive distribution and one that has a comprehensive backbone of 
developers, documentation writers, translators and users."

Continuing to build a strong community around Fedora is one of the most 
important things that we can do.  We've made good progress in the last few 
months.  Gotta keep the momentum going.

Max Spevack
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