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Brian (bex) Exelbierd

Share Fedora: Measuring Success

Last week the Fedora community was asked to share ideas about difficult conversations. Opensource.com collected many great responses. This week the blogging challenge continues with ideas on how to measure success.

FCAIC in the House, part III

Hello, it’s me. Ok, not that “Hello”. I’ve been writing quarterly updates on what I’m working on to help the Fedora Community. If you’re new to the party, welcome. I have the privilege of being the current Fedora Community Action… Continue Reading →

Share Fedora: Difficult Conversations

Last week the Fedora community was asked to share ideas for maintaining existing community. Opensource.com collected many great responses. This week the blogging challenge continues with ideas on how to have difficult conversations. These kinds of conversations happen in every… Continue Reading →

Share Fedora: Maintaining Existing Community

Last week the Fedora community was asked to share ideas for encouraging new contributors. Opensource.com collected many great responses. This week the blogging challenge continues with ideas on how to maintain existing community.  his is another critical issue for Fedora on a regular… Continue Reading →

Share Fedora: Encouraging new contributors

The Fedora community is much more than just a distribution of Linux. We are a vibrant large community encompassing many different viewpoints, goals, and ideas. Opensource.com is running a blogging challenge to collect information about how communities function and grow…. Continue Reading →

FCAIC in the House, part II

As you may remember from part I, I became the cake-man (that’s FCAIC or Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator) about three months ago.  It has been an exciting adventure moving from an engineering role into one where I work… Continue Reading →

FCAIC in the House

The who in the where? On 3 October I officially1 started my new role as the Fedora Community Action and Impact Coordinator2 (abbreviated to FCAIC, pronounced “F-cake”). The job is like many other roles called “Community Manager” or “Community Lead.”… Continue Reading →

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