Matthew Garrett argues for a clearer focus for the Fedora project. "Bluntly, if you have a well-defined goal, people are more likely to either work towards that goal or go and do something else. If you don't, people will just do whatever they want. The risk of defining that goal is that you'll lose some of your existing contributors, but the benefit is that the existing contributors will be more likely to work together rather than heading off in several different directions."
August 22, 2013
Garrett: Default Offerings, Target Audiences, and the Future of Fedora
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