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Re: Fedora and "Red Hat Enterprise Linux"

2008/4/30 Jeff Spaleta <jspaleta gmail com>:
> On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 9:50 AM, Greg DeKoenigsberg <gdk redhat com> wrote:
>  >  Personally, I would like to see Jon rework his message and take point on
>  > this.  Learn the lesson, apply the lesson.
>  And he needs to find a way to reference url's to Fedora global usage
>  and contributor maps.
>  More generally speaking.... with the 1000 to 1 value of pictures to
>  words in mind.  What sort of useful things can we show laypress about
>  our project in the form or pretty graphs?
>  The maps answer the question concerning the global nature of our usage
>  and contribution..succinctly.  Are there other important concepts we
>  can get across to the laypress by data mining our own historic and
>  on-going processes and then prettying up into a useful graphic?

What about graphs charting growth? I know we don't have loads of
accurate information on this, but I heard talk a while back about
being able to go back through the account info and find information
about when people signed up...maybe something based around number of
active contributors would be good?

Best wishes,


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