Defaulting to open.

One of the fundamental principles I think our community expects from Fedora is that we default to open wherever possible. In other words, unless carrying out a process in an open and transparent way would be impossible (legal reasons, for example), we should do it. And by and large, we …

Insight into Insight.

As you may remember, Gentle Readers, not too long ago I changed roles in Red Hat to work more on management and administration within the platform engineering department, where I work for Tim Burke. Even if you haven’t run into Tim at one of our Fedora Users and Developers Conference …

Criteria and documentation.

John Poelstra wrote in his blog about how objective criteria support sustainability in an open source project. It was insightful and I wanted to follow up about how that extends to process documentation as a whole. Lots of people talk about documentation as “that thing you do when you’re finished …