The Increasing Importance of Community

Rahul Sundaram sundaram at
Tue May 2 12:20:59 UTC 2006

On Mon, 2006-05-01 at 14:08 -0400, Max Spevack wrote:
> 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.

A related article with some interesting references to Fedora


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