10th Anniversary of the Fedora Project
robyn.bergeron at gmail.com
Thu Sep 5 12:20:43 UTC 2013
I have a few ideas on data- I've seen most of the info over and over and
I like this idea a lot - I think we could probably do something that would
be awesome to the point of people wanting to print it out and frame it :)
Do you want to break this idea out into a separate mailing list thread so
it doesn't get lost? I've got a couple of things I can share just in the
way of "how to make awesome infographics" as well as data points. I don't
know that total # of versions/commits is going to work as sanely as it
would for other (smaller, more self-contained) projects, but I think there
are plenty of other data points to make use of.
On Wed, Aug 28, 2013 at 8:16 AM, <jterrill at redhat.com> wrote:
> Something else to think about:
> An infographic for the November anniversary could be pretty cool, with
> representations of total versions/commits/etc. Any thoughts on that or
> what numbers/stats could be included?
> John Terrill
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> On 08/28/2013 10:43 AM, Joe Brockmeier wrote:
>> On Wed, Aug 28, 2013 at 10:10:44AM -0400, Ruth Suehle wrote:
>>> I talked to John Terrill, our new PR contact at Red Hat about this
>>> just yesterday. We'll definitely get the word out, but if anybody has
>>> ideas for things we can do at this point, speak up! The team originally
>>> talked about doing 52 weeks of interviews with Fedorans new and old,
>>> but I have no idea where the people who were working on the plan have
>>> gone. (Are you there? ...out there? ...out there?) That also may have
>>> been overly ambitious. But we could resurrect that plan with the renewed
>>> interest in the marketing team, and rather than 52 leading up to the
>>> anniversary, we could do one per month during the next year /starting/
>>> with the anniversary. Thoughts?
>> I like the moxie, but 52 weeks might be a bit much. I don't know that
>> we'd hold people's interest with a new interview each week, even
>> assuming we get them completed and published.
>> A monthly retrospective would be good, I think. What if we focused on
>> different teams in Fedora, major milestones, etc.?
>> e.g. - September: FPL retrospective w/interviews; October: Major
>> technical achievements that landed 1st in Fedora; November: How Fedora
>> got its four Fs
>> I think those would have some social media value and interest. Thoughts?
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