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Re: Offer to help editors?

>  > Do we notify (potentially) interested parties and explain to them the
>  > impact of some of the announcements we are making and why they are
>  > important/relevant etc?
>  >
>  > Let me give a specific recent example here:
>  >
>  > https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-announce-list/2008-April/msg00011.html
>  >
>  > Without a solid understanding of the governance model of Fedora, how Red
>  > Hat has participating historically and how this is changing over a
>  > period of time, the higher relevance of this announcement might just be
>  > lost.
> Increasing our number of elected seats makes the project feel more
>  democratic, and recognizes our community makeup.  I'm curious to whom
>  outside our community that has a higher relevance.

Whether this is entirely relevant, but one of the editors I've heard
back from already has commented that besides the technical information
and features of each release, they are interested in our community and
the issues facing it, and so I think this sort of information does
interest some outside :)

Specifically, this was one of the people from linux.com who mentioned this.



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