Re: What we're forgetting . . .
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> David Eisenstein wrote: > > As we continue to talk over where Fedora Legacy is going, and what distro's > > should or shouldn't be maintained by us, it occurs to me that we are > > forgetting some important things .... > > > > * How many contributors do we have now that get the work of Fedora > > Legacy done, and how many of those will still be around when we make > > any changes to the distros we maintain? > > > > * How many new contributors might we get onboard when we make (or > > perhaps decide not to make some) distro changes to do the work of > > Fedora Legacy? Will such new people be experienced in submitting > > patches, rolling packages, or will there need to be a ramp-up time? > > > > * Will the proposed infrastructure changes make it easier to be a > > contributor to the Legacy project? > > > > * Do we need more contributors involved to help us continue to get > > our work done? If so, how do we go about getting them? > > > > In short, "How can we plan for Legacy's continued vitality and usefulness?" > > > > Jesse Keating and I have done some collaboration on a starter document in > > Fedora Legacy's wiki looking at some questions like these, with some > > proposed answers at <http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Legacy/Status>. The > > document discusses (1) What (resources) do we have? (2) What do we need?, > > and (3) Where are we going? > > As an "occasional 'verify' QA tester for FC1, my interest and > involvement with FL stops at the moment FC1 is dropped. I am, in > fact, testing my migration options right now for the one remote box > on which I > (grudgingly) accepted FC1 (it seemed a lesser-of-evils choice at the > time). > > Tres. For my case, I have one FC1, one FC2 and one FC3 (firewall) left. I've migrated everything else to a RHEL derivative. The FC1 will be rebuilt soon, the FC2 decommissioned after that and the FC3 already has it's replacement server, I just need time to "flick the switch". Although I like and highly respect the communities (both Fedora and FL) I find these days I have little time to contribute and "play" with distributions - life gets in the way :P - so my involvement with both Fedora and FL will cease when I've migrated those last 3 machines and I'll unlist myself from the mailing lists. Michael. -- fedora-legacy-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-legacy-list
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