On June 3, Matthew Miller was named as the new Fedora Project Leader, succeeding the outgoing Robyn Bergeron. Over the last several months, Miller has settled into his role of running Red Hat’s community project and is overseeing one of the biggest changes in the project’s history.
In a video interview with eWEEK, Miller details what’s currently going on at the Fedora project and how it is changing. Miller noted that there has been a cognitive dissonance within Fedora for years in that Fedora’s original user base was typically server system administrators coming from Red Hat. In contrast, Fedora itself has somewhat of a desktop operating system perception.