Not why but why not.

When you’re working on any project that’s Fedora related, and you need to ask questions of a team, the default should be to communicate the question on a public forum. If the conversation isn’t open and transparent, there needs to be a good reason why not. “Default to open” is …

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 …

FAB reprint.

I was asked to reprint here on my blog a posting I made to FAB last week regarding the status of the target audience discussions and their place in the wider scope of improving the Fedora distribution. The Fedora Board’s discussions about target audience are meant not as an end …